Atlas Pain

What the Oak Left By Samuele Faulisi Hi everyone and thank you so much for space first of all! We’ve just closed the production process of our debut album ‘What The Oak Left’ that will be released via Scarlet Records on March 10th. It’s something that we worked on for months and months, even before…

Yugal

The harmony of chaos By Guillaume Yugal is a french metal quintet band rocking since 2010. After a couple of E.P.’s incensed by the specialized french press (Metallian, Rock Hard), Yugal decided to have a break with stages for a year to spend time on their first album composition. Despite a lineup turn on summer…

The Answer

Irish Blues The Answer is an Irish band that is in high demand, their sound and talent are being noticed worldwide and they also have been touring and playing support to AC/DC. Their latest album ‘Solas’ (2016, Napalm Records) has a completely different sound, it moves away from the previous ones and it takes a…

HerezA

I Become Death By Slobodan HerezA formed in July 2014. Their debut album, Misanthrope, was released in February 2015 by PRC Music. Their new album I Become Death, which is set for release in February 2017, will continue and improve the “chunky, HM-2 overdriven, and loud” (Angry Metal Guy review) sound of Misanthrope. ‘I Become…

The Darkhorse

The Carcass of the Sun will Sleep By Daniel Groome ‘The Carcass of the Sun will Sleep’ was recorded in three days at Initiate Audio and Media. Songs were written throughout 2015 and recorded in December. We tried to combine big riffs, big solos, big vocals (including some gang vocals from local musicians and friends). The…

The Satanic Temple’s Salem Art Gallery, with Blood-Painting Surrealist VINCENT CASTIGLIA, Present ‘Sanguine Spring’

Salem Art Gallery – the headquarters and cultural center of The Satanic Temple, Salem, MA (64 Bridge St.) – is pleased to present “Sanguine Spring”, a selection of large-scale paintings, limited editions and sculpture by world renowned artist VINCENT CASTIGLIA. The exhibition is inspired by the idea that Romans viewed February as a time of…

Damned Pilots

In a galaxy far far away ‘Overgalaxy’ features nine songs written by Don Nutz and Sgt Ote and one by Ron Goudie (‘Hell Is Cold’). The style goes from mid-tempo groovy metal to doom metal and psychedelics ballads combined by catchy melodies. ‘Damned Pilots’ and ‘Season of the endings’ are two groovy metal pounding numbers…

Dan Mumford

The Beauty of Storytelling I started out with a healthy interest in comics, scifi and fantasy when I was younger, so growing up the more creative aspects of learning always interested me. That ended up with me going to Brighton university to do an Illustration degree where I explored many different techniques, including film, animation,…

Betraying the Martyrs

The Resilient By Aaron Matts Our latest release ‘The Resilient’ is a record we’re all extremely proud of, the writing process for this album was completely different from that of our previous record ‘Phantom’ but yet similar to that of our first album ‘Breathe In Life’ in the sense that we took over a year…

Soen

Lykaia By Joel Ekelöf ‘Lykaia’ is an album that is based on personal experiences and is very sincere. It is about closure with our former lives. Our past albums were more conceptual, but ‘Lykaia’ was more of a purgation. The recording process was analogue and without unnecessary cutting and editing. In all good music there…

Adam Burke

Awestruck by beauty and imagination I don’t really have much art training. I grew up in and near the woods in Oregon, and always loved studying and being in nature, so that informs my work.  My family didn’t watch much TV, and I would draw to pass time. I stopped making art as a young…

Sinister

The story of ‘Syncretism’ Sinister music can be described as traditional Death Metal, dark and brutal. Blast beats and polka’s and also with slow parts. But most important, Sinister makes real songs with recognizable structures. With respect for the past without capitulation to the commerce or current trends. Of course, Sinister sounds continuously evolves all…

Soil

Rock n’ Roll endurance This year it’s going to mark the 20th anniversary of Soil. These four Chicago metallers have been dominating the alternative music world for years and they have been back in full force since the original line up reunited in 2011, with original singer Ryan McCombs. Their comeback album ‘Whole’ (2013, Pavement…