Relentlessly heavy, UK deathcore mob Bound In Fear, recently dropped their crushing new EP, Eternal, through Unique Leader Records. You can read our
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AMA is Heavy Blog’s monthly community Q&A column, where readers ask questions across the gamut, and we are legally required by the universal
We may have taken a different direction with our overall AOTY list this year, but we still wanted to share what everyone on staff thought were the
In all the years I’ve been a part of this site and helping out with our end of year coverage, I have wanted to conduct a readers’ poll. Alas, we
Doom_et_Al Metal kept me sane in 2020. No kidding. As a healthcare worker, my days were (are) a blur of stress, fear, and sheer exhaustion. The
Things Are About To Change… Just wait until tomorrow and you’ll find out for yourself with the release of The End of Everything’s brand new EP
Connecticut metal crew, Boundaries are set to drop their crushing new album, Your Receding Warmth, through Unbeaten Records on November 13th.
The Acacia Strain (TAS) is an American metalcore band originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts, that formed in 2001. They are currently signed to Rise
Welcome back to Rotten to the Core, fellow pit enthusiasts! This column was kicked around on a more informal basis by our good friend Matt in years
We’re still doing this, huh? We’re still pretending as if this is as worse as it gets, as if it this is rough, sure, but we can do this, we got
Even early on in their career, it was obvious that UK slamcore chaps, Ingested were destined to become a big player in the underground metal scene.
There’s only one band you need in your life at a time like this and that is The Acacia Strain who, after a run of crushing singles, have dropped
Is Summer really half over already? In these pandemic times, everything seems to move so slowly that you don’t realize how the weeks and months ebb
Editor’s Note: Longtime reader Remi VL is a regular guest contributor to our Release Day Roundup posts! He submitted several of the albums listed
“IT FEELS LIKE HELL.” Nothing describes Slow Decay, the tenth studio offering from core titans The Acacia Strain, better than its own opening