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).
A Weekend at Heavy Metal Summer Camp Reminded Us Why We Love Riffs So Much
The bands, the friends, the venue, the city, and even the free bottled water—Migration Fest was the summer weekend of our collective hesher dreams.
To Hell And Back
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.
Live Shows Were Killing My Love for Music
How taking a year off from late nights, loud bands, spilled beer, and forced conversations made me a better music fan.
Zen and the Art of Extreme Metal Production
Dave Otero has worked with everyone from Primitive Man and Khemmis to Cephalic Carnage, so we went to Denver to find out what makes him tick.
The Denver Doom Scene Brings Darkness to the Mile High City
Bands like Khemmis, In the Company of Serpents, Dreadnought, and more balance out the sunshine and stoned hippies with heavy riffs and misery.
Black Sky and Black Rose: The Secret to Khemmis' Slow-Burning Rock'n'Roll
Stream the grizzled, Thin Lizzy-obsessed Denver upstarts' highly-anticipated new album, 'Hunted.'
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.
Craftwerk: Denver's TRVE Is Where Metal Meets Craft Beer
When Nick Nunns and Zach Coleman aren't playing and listening to metal, they're hard at work making beer at their Denver brewery.
Nick Nunns and Zach Coleman
PREMIERE: Khemmis Perfect Doomed Rock'n'Roll on Their 20 Buck Spin Debut, 'Absolution'
Sludgy stoner grooves meet traditional doom and heavy metal thunder on one of the year's best doom records.