GIVEAWAY: Win a Music and Merch Bundle from Necrofier, Kicking off The Decibel Tour This Week


Ghost Cult has teamed up with Houston’s Black Metal legion Necrofier to give some lucky fans killer music and merch from the band! The band released their killer full-length album Burning Shadows in the Southern Night via Season of Mist in June of 2023 and it’s full of bangers! The band joins The Decibel Tour this week, with Hulder, Worm, and Devil Master! Enter to win at our post on Instagram, with bonus entries on other socials. Make sure when you enter you use the hashtag #necrofierghostcultmag and tag some friends! Winners will be chosen at random on March 1st and notified via DM on Instagram only! Enter to win and buy your tickets to the Decibel Tour before it sells out!Continue reading

Extortionist Drop Single and Video for “Devoid of Love & Light” and Announce New Album

Extortionist have announced that they will release their new album, Devoid of Love & Light, on Friday, May 17th, via Unique Leader Records. They band have also shared the title track as a single and video. It follows their Devoid EP (the precursor to the forthcoming full-length) which included the tracks “Out of Touch”, “A Grim Disconnect” and most recently released, “Drained of Life”. Extortionist will also be hitting the stage across North America from April, alongside Born of Osiris, Attila, Traitors, and Not Enough Space on The Angels & Villains Tour 2024. Keep reading below for the new video, live listings, and more.
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Cantervice Share Their New Single “Into The Dark”

US electro-rock project, Cantervice, have unveiled their single “Into The Dark,” coming with a visualizer video. Released through the independent, multi-genre record label FiXT, it follows the band’s previous standalone single, “The Masquerade.” Head into the article below to watch the visualizer and find out more about Cantervice.
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Myrath Share Single and Video for “Candles Cry” – New Album Out Soon

Tunisian prog metal band, Myrath, have just revealed their brand new single “Candles Cry,” along with a video, directed by Raf Reyntjens, and shot in Belgrade, Serbia. This is the last track to go public from their upcoming album, Karma, before it is released on March 08th, via the earMUSIC record label. Check out the “Candles Cry” video below and find out more.
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Linkin Park Shares a New Single and Music Video “Friendly Fire” – New Album of Singles and Rarities: “Papercuts The Singles” Coming Soon

Linkin Park has shared a new single and music video for the previously unreleased song “Friendly Fire!” The track comes off their upcoming album Papercuts 2000-2023 The Singles Collection due out on April 12th 2024 via Warner Music. Pre-orders are live now at the links below. “Friendly Fire” is an outtake from the band’s final album so far, One More Light (Warner Music) released in may of 2017, exactly two month’s prior to the death of Chester Bennington. The video is a compilation of the band in the studio recording One More Light and other scenes. Watch the clip, stream, and pre-order the album now!Continue reading

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – Rock and Metal Releases 2-23-24

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical 168 – Steve Scavuzzo of Clouds Taste Satanic Talks New Album and Doom Metal

Time for a “chaser” episode to cleanse the palette from all of this Thrash Metal! Steve Scavuzzo of Clouds Taste Satanic chats with us about their new album “79 A.E.” coming soon from Majestic Mountain Records, instrumental metal bands, Doom Metal, and more! Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Morta Skuld – Creation Undone

Metalheads are suckers for nostalgia. The very root of its subculture is framed as defenders of a faith that upholds a purity of metal. This did not begin with neckbeards arguing in the comment sections or message boards about what metal is true or false, it came from the earliest days when bands were hosting “anti-disco” shows into the eighties when Thrash bands set themselves against the glam rockers of the Sunset strip that spilled over into parking lot fisticuffs. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Hypoxia – Defiance

Technicality, brutality, and a comforting display of aggression without being overproduced or artificial is the name of the game for Hypoxia.Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Timelost – Drained

It’s easy to get lost in the minutiae of music genres and what defines a band; what they can and can’t be, are and are not, and what makes them “good”.

Strangely, subjectivity has taken a backseat to this artform. If it’s not pristine, perfect, polished, and full of impressive instrumental or vocal acrobatics, it’s boring. Worse, it’s bad. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: See You Next Tuesday – Relapses

In recent years, it seems there has been a heightened embrace of electronic music within Metal that is becoming increasingly at the forefront. From the likes of Perturbator and HEALTH sitting on Metal and Rock lineups so fluidly with the likes of LLNN capturing dystopian and pounding soundscapes in their John Cxnner project, it is seemingly becoming a more prominent and welcome aspect within the more extreme fringes of Metal. Continue reading