doom metal

To Hell And Back

How A New York Hardcore Show Reminded Me Not to Forget My Roots

Seeing Minority Threat in Brooklyn took me back to my years as a reluctant Jersey hardcore kid (plus dope tunes from Terminal Nation, Sick Shit, Space Vacation, and more).
Kim Kelly

German Label Prophecy Productions Wants to Conquer the American Metal Scene

The extreme metal-focused label just opened a new U.S. office, a daring move in a changing industry. Will their gamble pay off?
Kevin Stewart-Panko

Ursa's Members Went from DIY Darlings to Doom Dragonslayers

The trio behind prog-black metallers Cormorant started a new traditional doom band. Stream their wizard-bearded debut ‘Abyss Between the Stars’ now.
Alex Deller
To Hell And Back

Chicago Is For Doom Lovers

Some thoughts on doom and friendship in Chicago, Indian's return, and new tunes from Cliterati, Dispirit, Infernal Coil, and lots more.
Kim Kelly
To Hell And Back

Introducing 'To Hell And Back,' Noisey's New Underground Metal Column

This week, Noisey metal editor and lifelong hesher Kim Kelly digs into new tunes from Thou, Resistant Culture, Blood Sacrifice, and more.
Kim Kelly

Witch Mountain Is Still Reinventing Itself After 20 Years

The Oregon doom metal institution's self-titled new album is its first with firebrand vocalist Kayla Dixon, and perhaps its most crucial.
Nilina Mason-Campbell

YOB's Uplifting New Single Is a Meditation on Life, Death, and Doom

Stream the mammoth title track from the Oregon doom gods' upcoming new album, 'Our Raw Heart' (out June 8 via Relapse Records).
Cody Davis

Grave Lines Blur the Boundary Between Doom Metal and Gothic Folk

Stream the UK quartet's brilliantly gloomy, doomy, hard-to-pigeonhole new album, 'Fed Into The Nihilist Engine.'
Kim Kelly

Utah Doom Duo Eagle Twin Are Apocalyptic Mythmakers

Stream the SLC doomsayers' new album, 'The Thundering Heard,' and dig into its naturalistic, literary-inspired mythos.
Margaret Welsh
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The Guide to Getting into Electric Wizard

Gaze into the depths of the British stoner doom titans' hazy catalogue, and marvel at what awaits as you descend into the Crypt of the Wizard.
Harry Sword

Oceans of Slumber's Cammie Gilbert's Voice Proves Everything Really Is Bigger in Texas

For anyone crying out for a female-fronted Opeth, look no further. We spoke to Gilbert ahead of the band's new album 'Winter.'
Louise Brown

PREMIERE: Watch Full of Hell and The Body's Tense, Atmospheric Video for "Fleshworks"

They've distilled their upcoming record 'One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache' into one haunting, strange video.
John Hill