Hello, Metalheads from around the world! Not wasting any time, here's this week's top picks. P.S - It's all death metal this time!!
The lucid collective - Archspire
If you love the technical sugarcubes in your cup of death metal, and do not know these guys; you, my friend, are living under
There are just two good lines in the film ''Dee Snider's Strangeland.'' One is when Robert Englund, best known as Freddy Krueger, appears in a crowd of reporters and protesters outside a supposedly rehabilitated mass murderer's house and mutters, ''Somebody's got to take that boy out.'' The other is the
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark 'Reign In Blood' album, US Thrash giants Slayer have announced a very limited release of plaques commemorating the release of the album back in 1986.
The plaques are limited to only fifty worldwide – once these have sold, no more will be pressed
British Metal legends Saxon unleash their tenth live album, 'Let Me Feel Your Power', today and MetalTalk are very proud to deliver the premiere of the new video for 'Battering Ram', just one of many highlights from this superb collection from a truly immense live act.
The sixteen track album was
After announcing back in 2014 that they were on permanent hold, Dutch tech death metal legends Pestilence are back together again, and announced on their Facebook page that they will play some shows in 2017.
The band writes: "Just for the FANS! Due to numerous requests and wanting: The black Plague
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Often cited in books as an originator of heavy metal, aligning themselves with satanic iconography long before it was commonplace. Jinx was sighted using the Sign of the Horns on stage since 1968 and the band can be seen on the cover of their ‘69 release, Witchcraft Destroys Minds and
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MHF Member of the Month for September is Jenelyn Dañucop Ablania.
Jenelyn is 28 years old and lives in Hong Kong, where she works at a hotel.
She has a wide taste in metal. Among her favourites bands are Slipknot, Testament, Hollywood Undead, Bullet For My Valentine and Linkin Park. She also
Winterhearth began back in 2008 when Andrew Marsh and Robbie Butler were still in high school, students living in Bonavista. The two musicians shared a huge passion for fast, extreme Heavy Metal music and wanted to show the world that Newfoundland isn’t just Folk and Irish traditional music. It took