The famed horror metallers unleash their second full-length studio album today, and we've got a track-by-track breakdown, a shocking new music video and some choice comments from frontman Chris Motionless. Don't miss this one!
UK funk-rockers The Heavy channel old-school horror in their animated music video “Can't Play Dead.” Check out the clip and learn more about it!
The world's only “Orc Metal” band is armed, dangerous and bringing the pain in their full-length album debut. Check out our review of this new monsterpiece and listen to a sample track!
The multimedia project based on Joshua Viola's epic sci-fi/horror novel (and featuring the music of Celldweller) has expanded into even more platforms. Find out what's new in this ever-expanding universe...
Electro shock-pop duo Blood on the Dance Floor have followed up their chartbusting album "Evolution" with a nine-track EP that finds the band in an a darker creative mode. Check out our review... and their new video!
Today dark gothic electro duo Collide have unveiled an ambitious new release: a double-disc collection of remixes, covers and collaborations with other acclaimed artists. Check out our review!
Dutch trio Antropomorphia have battled for decades in the underground to finally emerge as a force to be reckoned with in the wide world of death metal, and their new album is their creepiest so far. Check out our review and their new video (warning, NSFW cover art inside)!
This Halloween, epic metallers Cradle of Filth will unveil their tenth full-length studio album, delving into a gallery of monsters from legend, literature, and their own twisted imaginations. Check out our track-by-track breakdown, listen to a couple of solid cuts and watch their new video!
Alt-rock unit The Burning of Rome pay tribute to Hitchcock's movie maniac in their demented music video for “Norman Bates,” a track from their debut album “With Us.” Catch the NSFW clip and find out more about the band...
Like Doc Frankenstein dusting off his old lab equipment, industrial rock icon Chris Vrenna has returned to his eerie gothic side project Tweaker, which represents his twisted musical imagination at its most pure... and dangerous. Check out our review of the new album!