Writhe - Guide Us To Our Graves

Hailing from the heart of Minneapolis, Minnesota come WRITHE - blackened deathcore not for the faint-hearted. The band just released their brand new, debut EP "Guide Us To Our Graves" on all your favorite music streaming services, and boy is it one hell of a monster these dudes have created. The six-track album is their entry into the beloved dark and brutal blackened deathcore arena, and I gotta give it to 'em, they crushed it with their first release. I've been following these guys patiently awaiting this release and it has not only met my expectations but really raised the bar in terms of quality writing and overall sound. Writhe have this dominating and damning tone to their songs that f

Horror Club: Mark of the Devil (1970)

It's been almost fifty years since the release of Mark of the Devil, and it definitely holds up as one of the strangest yet intriguing and bad but good movies in the genre. It's a pretty violent, torture-based film that speaks on troubling topics like religious hypocrisy and male violence. The storyline is pretty straight forward: there's a witch hunt going down, and both men and women are being accused left and right of creating pacts with the devil and using magic to influence the town. The film leads you to believe that the townsfolk don't necessary know that the convicted were being falsely accused, but it doesn't really matter because once you have been deemed a witch, you essentially h

Obliterate - Impending Death

If this is the first time you are hearing the name Obliterate, consider this your official warning: next to Despised Icon, these guys are some of the most brutal and downright heavy deathcore acts to come out of Canada. While that is certainly a bold statement to make, Obliterate have the proof to back it up in the form of their new album "Impending Death" that dropped on Unique Leader Records last month. I've been keeping a close eye on these dudes for quite some time now: I couldn't wait to get my hands on the new album, and I have to say that it was well worth the wait. Impending Death is the bands second full length record, featuring seven brand new tracks and "I, Cerebus" which was a si

Show Review: Wednesday 13

I've been a fan of the Murderdolls for as long as I could possibly remember; I actually remember going to my local record store on release day to pick up my copy of Beyond The Valley of the Murderdolls. As the band became quieter and Wednesday 13 branched off to begin his solo career, there was no hesitation for me to jump right on in into his first release, Transylvania 90210. Since I first heard Wednesday's unique horror-influenced branch of rock and roll, I instantly fell in love. Ironically, 13 years ago was my first and only time seeing Wednesday perform - I was fifteen years old in an 18+ show at 1:30 in the morning on a school night when Wednesday took the stage, and I lost my goddamn


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