How to Run 'Doom' on an NES
With a clever bit of modding the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System from 1983 can run a 3D FPS from 1993.
To Hell And Back
Fuck Nazi Metal Sympathy
On North Jersey's Nazi metal problem, and those fighting for a better scene (plus new tunes from Holy Grove, Glacial Tomb, Pijn, and more).
To Hell And Back
There's No Room In Metal for Racists, Abusers, and Bigots
A meditation on enabling oppression, As I Lay Dying, Emperor, and taking accountability for one's own mistakes (plus some sweet new metal tunes).
Khemmis Is Taking a Big Leap Toward Modern Metal Greatness
With the release of its third full-length, 'Desolation,' the Colorado doom outfit has found its footing and developed a powerful sound of their own.
Divide and Dissolve Video Removed from YouTube Amid Controversy
The Naarm-based duo have received threats of death and violence because of their "Resistance" video.
When Metal Festivals Get Political, It Feels Like Utopia
This year's edition of beloved Dutch metal fest Roadburn was about something bigger than music, which only added to its magic.
Grayceon's New Album Is Head-Spinning Doom With Hella Cello
Stream the experimental San Francisco sludge trio's masterfully complex new album, 'IV'—their first new material in five years.
The Body's New Album Is a Slog Through Electronic Misery
Stream the Portland noise doom duo's impossibly heavy, grindingly miserable new LP for Thrill Jockey, 'I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.'
I Feel at Home in the Isolation of Wrekmeister Harmonies' New Album
The experimental doom/drone duo's new LP was created in isolation, and makes me homesick for the once-familiar sound of silence.
Vile Creature's Confrontational Queer Doom Is Exactly What Metal Needs in 2018
Stream the anti-oppressive Canadian doom cult's crushing, crucial new album, 'Cast of Static and Smoke.'
New Zealand Witch Rockers Hex Are Here to Curse the Patriarchy
Stream the eldritch trio's new album, 'The Hill Temple,' which blends doom, psych, and riot grrrl into a divine manifestation of feminine rage.
Agrimonia’s New Album Shows What Can Happen When Crust Grows Up
The Swedish post-metal iconoclasts display deep crust punk roots on new album 'Awaken,' and the way they interpret the genre says a lot about its past—and its future.