In the next installation of our arts and culture column, one metalhead explains what being in a band with his other half has meant to his life.
The Dutch heavy music fest continues its tradition of collaboration with a new commissioned piece showcasing the Dutch black metal scene.
This year's edition of beloved Dutch metal fest Roadburn was about something bigger than music, which only added to its magic.
With a DIY mentality and a diverse and robust musical output, the Dutch city's black meal scene is steadily growing in stature, and rightly so.
We spoke to Roadburn curator Walter Hoeijmakers, Oranssi Pazuzu's Toni Hietamäki, and Misþyrming's Tomas and Dagur about their big plans for the Dutch festival's 2018 edition.
Stream the debut album, and read our conversation with the patron saint of hardcore about his foray into raw, emotional experimental rock
The industrial machinist has also just announced his Relapse Records debut (due out in 2018) and a string of tour dates
Stream a brand-new song from the experimental hip-hop collective, catch them on tour in North America and the UK, and REMEMBER TO VOTE.
When she’s not writing high-profile comics like 'The Punisher' or drawing Batman, the Texas-based artist is creating art for bands, music festivals—and even Black Sabbath.
Herder is still harder.
Filmed by Pit Full of Shit's Frank Huang, this video shows how the metallic hardcore legends brought Roadburn 2016 to its knees.
The final day of Roadburn featured Neurosis, Chaos Echoes, and a marvelous amount of doom.