Europe's biggest, baddest horror-punk band unleashed their latest studio album "The Devils You Know" this month, and to mark the occasion frontman Rod Usher spent some time filling in FEARnet on all the devilish details. Check out the interview and some tunes too!
07/27/2012 - 3:02am
Oakland's wicked wizards of "string metal" are back, this time with a mainly acoustic offering. But even without the distortion pedals, they still bring the heavy. Check out our review and watch a clip of the band in action...
07/24/2012 - 12:42am
Cinematic cyber-rockers Celldweller have released their first-ever live DVD chronicling their 2010 and 2011 tours... check out our review and find out if it's worth the wait! (Hint: it totally is.)
07/23/2012 - 2:39am
Masked metal marauders Slipknot have released a retrospective package that goes beyond your typical "greatest hits" collection. Check out our complete breakdown of this massive three-disc set, including tons of clips...
07/19/2012 - 2:03am
Brooklyn metallers Natur have scored international acclaim for capturing the essence of old-school metal, and their debut album "Head of Death" is a riff-heavy ode to "the macabre, the monstrous and the mad." Check out our chat with their lead singer, who shares some of his favorite horror inspirations.
07/17/2012 - 1:00am
Check out our interview with dance-rock unit Family Force Five, who bring the concept of fan participation to a whole new level in "Zombie"... a crazed music video funded by their fans, who also appear onscreen as the hungry undead horde.
07/12/2012 - 1:48am
Creepy beats, zombie trains and sheep heads are just a few of the subjects we chew through in this round-robin session with the UK's one and only "electro zombie punk" band.
07/10/2012 - 1:33am
You have to figure that any band which describes their style of extreme metal as “Ithyphallic” (a word which apparently refers to a certain part of the male anatomy) is probably going to be a challenging listen
07/09/2012 - 1:00pm
While we've covered hundreds of metal bands who incorporate horror and occult themes, it seems that the slow, deep and heavy riffs of doom metal are most often paired with lyrics involving witchcraft, secret rituals and summoning dark forces. This is largely due to the profound influence of Black Sabbath and the guitar style pioneered