Gatecreeper Shares a New Single for “Masterpiece of Chaos”- New Album Incoming


Gatecreeper’s Dark Superstition is leading a new wave of American Death Metal. Their sprawling third full-length, and label debut for Nuclear Blast, is more concise, melodic, and memorable than anything they’ve ever done. It’s a pivotal moment which sees vocalist Chase H. Mason, guitarists Eric Wagner and Israel Garza, drummer Metal Matt Arrebollo and bassist Alex Brown—carving out their own path. Check out the new single and video for for “Masterpiece of Chaos” and pre-order the album below.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: New Rock and Metal Releases for 4-19-24


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INTERVIEW: Jason Evans of Ingested Discusses “The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams” and UK Death Metal


In this episode, Ghost Cult Keefy chatted with Jason Evans of Ingested! Their new album “The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams” is out now via Metal Blade Records! Jason reconnected with us after some years to catch us up on the band, the new album, the many talented bands in the UK right now, and more!

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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases for 4-19-24


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CONCERT REVIEW: Folterkammer – Witching – Sarmat – Viserion Live at The Kingsland


The great thing about metal shows in NYC is you never know what kind of metal it will be, but probably all the kinds: Black Metal, Doom Metal, Jazz Metal and more graced the Kingsland on the night before Easter.Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Replicant – Infinite Mortality


Okay, I openly confess, I may have dropped the ball. But what do you mean, you ask? Well, there’s a long laundry list of brain farts on my part so I should clarify. Apologies to a couple of ex-girlfriends beforehand as said list includes my lack of communication. That out of the way, I’m shocked that it took this long for Replicant to come to my attention. This Garden State unit has been around for 10 years so you would think that my decades-long travels on the heavy music highway would have warranted a listen or two. But thankfully on Infinite Mortality (Transcending Obscurity Records) I’m correcting the oversight.Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Necrot – Lifeless Birth


 

Despite crust death metallers Necrot forming in 2011, the Oaklanders’ newest slab is only the trio’s third full-length in their brief-yet-inviting discography.

Essentially, the band doesn’t rush to put out a record, nor do they seem to want to release something before every “i” is dotted and “t” crossed.Continue reading


INTERVIEW: Luca Indrio of Necrot Discusses “Lifeless Birth” – Riffs and Growing a Monster


Ghost Cult Keefy once again chatted with Luca Indrio of Necrot to discuss their new album “Lifeless Birth” – due out on April 12th, 2024 via Tankcrimes! Luca discussed the rise of the Bay Area death metal band, working with Tankcrimes label, details about the new album, and the opportunities the success of the band has brought the band! Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Ingested – The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams


11Deathcore stalwarts, Ingested, once again release into the world their own blend of pig squeals, breakdowns, and hypnotizing guitar leads. This collection of slamming tracks makes up their eighth full-length album called The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams (Metal Blade Records). While the subgenre has fallen far from its once prominent standing in the heavy music world, the UK natives put together quality deathcore without trying anything too experimental. Ten tracks hit you right in the face for forty-five minutes before finally letting go.Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: The Monolith Deathcult – The Demon Who Makes Trophies Of Men


Avant-Garde Death Metal mentallers with serious swagger and a slew of crazed ideas, Netherlands-based wild bunch The Monolith Deathcult are back.

The Demon Who Makes Trophies Of Men (Human Detonator Records) is an imaginative, irreverent slice of noise that screams “Attack! Attack! Attack!” for much of its grim, punishing but seriously rewarding running time.Continue reading