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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.


Kohti Tuhoa Is a Crucial New Voice in Finnish Hardcore

Stream the rising Helsinki punks' killer new album and read an interview with guitarist Ville Valavuo on black metal, health care, and how to get a record deal.


Listen to Anarcho-Punk Legends Antisect's First New Album in 34 Years

Stream the UK crust punk godfathers' dynamic, surprising, and (of course) extremely political new LP, 'The Rising of the Lights.'


Unsane Are Still As Nasty As They Wanna Be

Listen to the noise rock veterans' new album 'Sterilize' as they reminisce about the good old, bad old days of grimy, bloody 90s New York City.


War Is Hell in Power Trip's New Video for "Executioner's Tax"

Watch the intense new music video for a track off the the Texas heshers’ merciless new album, ‘Nightmare Logic'


Power Trip Wants to Build a New Underground Resistance

The politically-charged Texas thrashers aren't afraid to speak out against oppression—and as vocalist Riley Gale told us, there's a lot of work to do


Sunn 0))) Pull Back the Curtain on 'Kannon'

Stephen O'Malley and Greg Anderson open up about the cathartic nature of music in dark times, the strength of spiritual imagery, and the power of the almighty riff.


BIG|BRAVE Premiere ‘Au De La’ and Talk Musical Patterns

Montreal post-rockers discuss the value of silence, gear-oriented bands and signing to Southern Lord for the release of their second album.


PREMIERE: Accept the Inevitable With Black Breath's 'Slaves Beyond Death'

Seattle's finest are back with a ripping new album and a new lease on the afterlife.


Warhorse's 'I Am Dying' Will Melt Your Face (Again)

Doom metal is a careful and meticulous art, and Warhorse did it right.


Xibalba Is Cheaper Than Therapy, So Wash Away the Holiday Hate with "Invierno"

Happy Holidays from one of the most brutal bands in hardcore!


Talking to Earth About the Occult and Playing in a Doom Band When You're Happy

"I always loved the really slow-paced movies where things culminated very slowly into some sort of huge climax."