death metal

Claim The Throne: welcome home show and merch launch

Big night ahead for all you Perth bangers at the Amplifier Bar, kick arse lineup!

Fresh from their recent headlining Forged In Frost Tour of the USA & Canada, Claim The Throne return this March to celebrate victory with their loyal hometown

Former Trivium drummer Nick Augusto forms new band

Streams debut song Machine Says No off the upcoming unnamed EP

Little less than a year after parting ways with Trivium, drummer Nick Augusto now returns with a brand new band called Corrosion, which also featu

Vallenfyre to release exclusive tour 7"

The 7" is limited to 500 copies worldwide: 100 copies in red vinyl only available during the Decibel Magazine tour; 400 black copies available through www.cmdistro.com and select metal stores. The red version will be available starting March 27th at the tour's first show in Los Angeles; the release date for the black version is set for April 6th in Europe and April 7th in North America.

Vallenfyre will release a new 7" single, entitled The Last Of Our Kind, in time for the North American Decibel Magazine Tour with th

Damnation Festival 2015: First band announced, tickets now on sale

Swedish metal legends At The Gates will headline Damnation Festival in their only UK show of 2015.

The melodic death pioneers will top the Jagermeister Stage at Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 7.

The Black Dahlia Murder are coming down under

The bands total wall of sound has pits raging from the instant they take the stage until they leach every ounce of energy from the crowd and hand it back to them ten fold. Leaving fans decimated and euphoric at the same time.

Having dropped five genre-defining albums since forming in 2001 The Black Dahlia Murder have made it impossible to discuss melodic death metal without the mention of their name.

March Mayhem - Eye of the Enemy, Decimatus, Envenomed, Trigger & Requiem

On 21 March 2015, the Barwon Club Hotel in Geelong will be home to March Madness featuring a line-up of epic proportions.

Headlining the night will be Melbourne's melodeath quintet, Eye of the Enemy, invigorated for 2015 with recently recruited vocalist, Mitch Alexander, at the helm.