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Metal Insider’s Zenae Zukowski’s Top 50 Albums of 2020

Posted by on December 24, 2020

    2020 kicked off with a bang. Beginning with another successful year at 70000tons of Metal to seeing Heilung, Vader, and Opeth live, what could go wrong? The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the music industry to the point that I don’t know where things will stand in a post-pandemic world. This year felt like […]

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Metal Insider’s Bram Teitelman’s Top 10 Albums of 2020

Posted by on December 23, 2020

    What a year. Not worth recapping, since everyone went through a lot of the same shit, but it definitely impacted the way I listen to music. I enjoy listening to music while commuting and/or driving, both of which I did significantly less. Also, the low grade trauma of *gestures broadly at the whole […]

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Metal Insider’s Chris Annunziata’s Top 10 Metal Albums of 2020

Posted by on December 22, 2020

  Even though 2020 was a pretty awful year, a lot of great records were released. In fact, there were so many, it was hard narrowing my list down to just ten albums. Even though the pandemic lockdown halted live music, I was able to discover a lot of new bands and find new music. […]

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Kerrang! share their ’50 Greatest Albums of 2020′

Posted by on December 16, 2020

  As Billboard revealed their top 25 Rock Albums of 2020, Kerrang! Has shared a list of their ‘50 Greatest Albums of 2020.’ While this list has more metal, there’s still a variety to choose from.    Check out the list below and read their explanations here:    50) grandson, Death Of An Optimist 49) […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/12: The wrath of the bungle

Posted by on November 12, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   It’s great to see that Mr. Bungle’s new album has had such a successful debut. But you know, I kinda wish it had beaten Ariana Grande’s album for #1. Actually, I bet you […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/5: Seven deadly dusts

Posted by on November 5, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I, like, many of you, have been tired since about 7pm Tuesday night. I was arguably tired before that, but this is a different kind of tired. In fact, I’m so tired that […]

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New & Noteworthy: October 23th, 2020 – Order of New Releases

Posted by on October 23, 2020

    New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Pallbearer, Mors Principium Est, Fever 333, a new live album from Devin Townsend and more! For last week’s new releases you can check out […]

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Interview with Pallbearer’s Joseph Rowland on new album ‘Forgotten Days’

Posted by on October 6, 2020

    Pallbearer are set to release their new album, Forgotten Days, on October 23rd via Nuclear Blast (pre-order here). We caught up with bassist Joseph Rowland to discuss the record including its challenges and the incredible cover artwork.   I’m sure when writing this album you didn’t expect we would be faced with a […]

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Pallbearer are “The Quicksand Of Existing” in new video

Posted by on September 18, 2020

  Pallbearer have dropped a new music video for their song “The Quicksand Of Existing” off their upcoming album Forgotten Days. The album drops October 23rd via Nuclear Blast records. Bassist Joseph D. Rowland commented on the meaning behind the lyrics: “As we strive to be, the forces of entropy perpetually pull us down into a state of […]

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Pallbearer premiere “Forgotten Days” video, new album arriving in October

Posted by on July 10, 2020

    Pallbearer have announced their overall fourth record, Forgotten Days, will be released on October 23rd via Nuclear Blast. To accompany the new album reveal, the group has released a video for the title track. The album was produced by Randall Dunn (Sun O))) and recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in West Texas. Mark […]

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