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Ancient VVisdom are Damnation with new video

Posted by on April 22, 2015

Today, Austin occult rockers Ancient VVisdom will begin their tour with Solstafir in support of thir third full-length album, Scarificial. While their first two albums were more acoustic in nature, sounding like a much more satanic Alice in Chains, the first song we’re hearing from the new one has full-on electric guitar. “We Are Damnation” […]

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Ancient VVisdom really do “The Devil’s Work”

Posted by on November 6, 2014

From their latest Sacrificial album, the occult rockers of Ancient VVisdom have released a video for, “The Devil’s Work.” This dark and brooding video includes the lyrics, and the depiction of some sort of satanic ritual. Said vocalist Nathan Opposition, on the new record: “Where there is chaos you will find us. Where there is disorder, others find […]

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Housecore Horror Film Fest announces set times

Posted by on August 13, 2013

While we’ve known the lineup for the annual Housecore Horror Film Fest, the band schedule for the Festival has been released, so now you know how to plan your time in Austin. The festival, organized by Philip H. Anselmo and Metal Sucks writer Corey Mitchell, will take place October 24 -27 across four different venues in Austin, […]

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Philip Anselmo’s Housecore Horror Film Festival Music Lineup Released

Posted by on June 7, 2013

The highly anticipated lineup for Philip Anselmo’s Housecore Horror Film Festival has been released and the first-time festival features loads of heavy music. Down, Eyehategod, Goatwhore, Whitechapel, Pig Destroyer, Goblin, Anselmo and his solo band The Illegals, and  Crowbar are some of the most noteworthy names on the bill, but you know you can’t have the […]

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A SXSW Guide To Metal Events

Posted by on March 8, 2013

With the interactive portion of the 27th annual SXSW festival kicking off today, downtown Austin is transforming into a shitshow of epic proportions. Literally thousands of bands, hundreds of vendors, countless other companies, and a four-story tall Doritos vending machine are transforming the usually semi-sedate streets of Austin into nine days of marketing, branding and music […]

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Metal By Numbers 2/13: Coheed Tops Post-Grammys Sales

Posted by on February 13, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Another year, another Grammy Awards Ceremony that most metalheads probably ignored in favor of something that wasn’t hosted by LL Cool J. Inevitably, a huge surge in sales for winners and nominees occured this […]

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New And Noteworthy 2/5: Day Of Reckoning

Posted by on February 5, 2013

Today is a day to celebrate longevity, and I anticipate that such celebrations will be occurring quite often during this decade. As we begin the celebrations of bands that have been around for 30 years or more, it is vital for all of us to band together as a community and recognize the groups that […]

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Royal Thunder Feeling Blue In New Video

Posted by on January 4, 2013

One of our favorite releases of last year was Royal Thunder’s debut full length, CVI. It’s taken them a while, but the band have finally unleashed a video for one of the centerpieces of the album, the sprawling “Blue,” which is available on Pitchfork. The video is hazy, psychedelic, mystical and retro, which is also an […]

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Ancient VVisdom Streaming Title Track Of New Album Online

Posted by on November 27, 2012

Metal Hammer is streaming “Deathlike,” the title track from Ancient VVisdom’s sophomore album. It’s due out in February on Prosthetic.

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Ghost Kick Off ’13 Dates Of Doom’ Tour In New York

Posted by on January 20, 2012

After impressing at the Maryland Deathfest and a small show in New York last summer, Swedish sextet Ghost kicked off their first proper U.S. tour Wednesday night (18) at  New York’s Bowery Ballroom. The band had a lot to live up to: a tour scheduled for last Fall was cancelled,but word had continued to spread about […]

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