American heavy metal

Exodus: Something In The Water.... Or The Weed

"I joined the band on a Friday, the world found out on the Sunday and by Wednesday I was in the studio".

Whilst Australians were all preparing for umbrella drinks, Christmas hams and the annual blood bath at the mall Exodus wrapped up a string of shows on the west coast of the USA dur

Zero Down - No Limit to the Evil (Minotauro Records)

Helpless and out of control, Zero Down only know one way to rock...
Release Date: 
11 Dec 2014 - 11:30pm

If it wasn’t for bands like Zero Down, I’d probably have given up on heavy metal years ago.

Mastodon Australian Tour Announced for 2015!

First Full Headline Tour!

Heavy music is typically a battlefield upon which the uninitiated dare not tread, but Mastodon unifies the tribes unlike anyone else.

2014 in Review: Whore of Bethlehem's Ryan Sylvie - "I'm just waiting for Chris Barnes to rejoin Cannibal Corpse"...

Austin, Texas is well known as something of a hipster Mecca, but there's a big underground metal scene there too...

Greetings! For the benefit of the tape, please identify yourself, your band and your role in that band. "Ryan Sylvie, Whore of Bethlehem, guitarist".

Black Veil Brides - Black Veil Brides (Lava/Universal Music)

Comfortingly familiar - or same old same old? You decide...

“Give the public what they want – then give it to them again”. 

Blue Snaggletooth - Beyond Thule (Own Label)

Old school, and proud of it...
Release Date: 
12 Nov 2014 - 11:30pm

There’s gratifyingly little in the way of fucking about with Blue Snaggletooth.

Unearth's Trevor Phipps: "It's time to shit or get off the pot"

Six albums into their career, there's still no time for laurel resting...

Unearth's new album, Watchers of Rule, is magnificent.

Unearth - Watchers of Rule (3Wise Records)

A metalcore tour de force...
Release Date: 
30 Oct 2014 - 11:30pm

After a deliciously Judas Priestesque three quarter minute intro, it’s business as usual for metalcore veterans Unearth for the rest of this, the

Tommy Victor of Prong: Hardwired Prongisms

"Australia is a nicer Los Angeles I’ve heard"

Australian fans are frothing at the mouth for Prong’s first Australian tour, lead by none other than Tommy Victor; the face of Prong since its inception in 1989.