American heavy metal

Abigail Williams: New Full-Length Slated for Autumn Release

"The songs are the most personal to date with the themes mostly being about living shitty, addictions, sex, loss and failure all through the eyes of a nihilistic occultist shithead." -- Ken Sorceron

American black metal legion, Abigail Williams, will release their first new full-length in three years via Candlelight Records this October.

Fifteen Albums that Shook the Twentieth Century: King Fowley

In which the Deceased/October 31 frontman reveals his thoughts on our list of lists...

Hello again King – it’s always a pleasure to have you stop by at Metal as Fuck and give us the benefit of your huge metal knowledge… You’ve had a look at our list

Disturbed - Immortalized (Warners)

Really? You were expecting surprises?
Release Date: 
20 Aug 2015 - 11:30pm

‘’AWAKAKAKAKAAAAHHH!!’’

Wülfhook - The Impaler (Divebomb Records)

Largely exciting stuff that bodes well for the future!
Release Date: 
17 Jul 2015 (All day)

At the minute mark in opening and title track The Impaler, Wülfhook vocalist Jeff ‘Sling’ Schlinz lays it down in no uncertain terms, unleashing a banshee

Enertia - Piece of the Factory (Divebomb/Tribunal)

Enertia emerge from a decade of silence with a solid, enjoyable piece of work.
Release Date: 
17 Jul 2015 (All day)

There’s something timeless about Enertia’s music that is undeniably comforting.

Fifteen Albums That Shook the Twentieth Century?

A little while ago we put together a list of records we thought were key releases for varying reasons, all of which came out in the last century - It was by no means a definitive list, just a discussion document... After a while we decided to throw the list out there to see what some of our MaF-friendly musicians thought of it, starting with BIRTH AD's bassist/frontman, Jeff Aidie...

Hello! Long time no chat! Anyways, thanks for taking part in the latest Metal as Fuck Q&A!

Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic (Metal Blade)

Epic, wondrous stuff...

Forget the lazy prog references you’ll read elsewhere in reviews of Coma Ecliptic, the seventh studio full-lengther from North Carolina’s Between the Bu

Corners of Sanctuary - Prelude to War (The Japan Demo) (Own Label)

Earnest stuff, but nothing you've not heard before.

‘’Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, Corners of Sanctuary formed in 2011 to breathe new life into heavy metal’’.

I Am The Trireme - Gnosis: Never Follow The Light (Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)

Almost there...
Release Date: 
29 Jun 2015 - 11:30pm

Melodic death, symphonic black metal Philadelphian rockers I Am The Trireme refuse to be pinned down to any particular genre with their debut Gnosis.