Prog rockers This is Not an Elephant formed out of the ashes of Munich, Germany’s, Tanertill, another heavy, electro-tinged prog group. With This is Not an Elephant, guitarist/vocalist Andreas Krebs
Brooklyn trio Skryptor embody the belligerent swagger of noise rock through a progged-out lens, throwing in some other influences from around the spectrum. Oh, and they do it without words.
Washington, D.C. grinders No/Más are hitting the road with Noisem tomorrow to celebrate the latter’s new album, Cease to Exist, but it’s not just the Baltimore trio who will have new music.
Venezuelan trio Nocturnal Hollow have been a consistent part of the extreme-metal scene in South America for nearly a decade, releasing material at an increasingly-fast pace and playing around
Baltimore doomsters Haze Mage look to old epics and tales of dragons, swords and knights with their forthcoming album Chronicles, due out April 19 on Grimoire Records. Combining the larger-than-life riffage
Photo by Ian Laidlaw. Australian punks Clowns have stepped up to the big leagues for their fourth album. The Melbourne-based band will be releasing Nature/Nurture on punk mainstay Fat
After a series of EPs and a split, US death metallers Filtheater will finally release their debut full length, awesomely titled Blight of Sempiternal Putrefaction. Spanish label Memento
Canadian death-dealing duo Gomorrah found a mighty ally for their second, untitled full-length (NSFW cover art below): drummer Hannes Grossmann, whose impressive history includes current or former stints with Triptykon, Hate
Nekrasov, the long-running black metal project executed entirely by mastermind Bob Nekrasov (also of Rebel Wizard), have announced Lust of Consciousness, their ninth full-length, for an April release on Prosthetic.