Researchers applied a cosmological tool to archaeology for the first time, revealing “invisible centers of gravity” across a vast funerary landscape.
Egyptian officials called the finds “just the beginning” as excavations at the ancient burial ground Saqqara continue.
Cannabis residue was found in braziers at an ancient high-altitude cemetery.
Scientists unveil new insights about the 6th century 'Prince of Prittlewell.'
The King Userkaf pyramid complex at Saqqara is the final resting place for cats and scarab beetles—and it still contains unopened tombs.
The cheese, made from both cow and sheep/goat milk, is contaminated with infectious bacteria.
The NYC trio has returned with a muscular, destructive new full-length (out June 16 via Metal Blade Records).
Stream an exclusive acoustic demo version of the title track from the new reissue, and read our interview with the noisy metal trailblazer
“For too long death has been owned by funeral directors, hidden behind dusty net curtains and plastic flowers.”
Get tickets for our June 9 celebration of dark, evil heavy music.
Inspired by the geometries of Islamic stonework, researchers at McGill University created a stretchable material that is reversible.