No Boneheads, No Ass-Kissers, No Nazis: It's Time For Heavy Metal Summer Camp
Getting hella stoked about Pittsburgh's Migration Festival and new tunes from Backwoods Payback, Deadbird, Inexorum, Daeva, and more.
Yellow Eyes' New Black Metal Tour de Force Is Inspired by the Siberian Wilderness
Stream NYC quartet's new album, 'Immersion Trench Reveriem,' and read our interview about wild dogs, social media, and black metal as spiritual war.
Scenes from Migration Fest 2016, the Nicest Extreme Metal Fest in America
Photographer David Burke captured incredible performances from Thou, Panopticon, Krallice, Mournful Congregation, and many more.
Migration Fest 2016 Highlighted the Best of the Underground and the Ties That Bind Us Together
Migration Fest 2016 was a feast for the senses, a patch-vested Pacific Northwestern Roadburn cut down to scale and ignited by passion.
Noisey Presents: Tombs, Dälek, Couch Slut and Yellow Eyes at Northside Festival on June 9
Get tickets for our June 9 celebration of dark, evil heavy music.
Yellow Eyes Draws from the Past to Carve Out Black Metal's Future
"If you buy a tape machine and a Fender Squire, there you have the tools to make the coolest black metal record anyone's ever heard in their life. And that can be like $50 in total. There's no financial barrier to making cool, extreme music.”
The Noisey Editors' Best and Worst of 2015: Kim Kelly
From Misthyrming to Blood Incantation, editor Kim Kelly runs down her top 50 metal (and otherwise) albums of 2015.
PREMIERE: Yellow Eyes Achieves Black Metal Perfection on "The Mangrove, the Preserver"
Brooklyn's best black metal band's fantastic new album, 'Sick With Bloom,' is going to shake up a whole lot of year-end lists.