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A conversation with Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt on new album, Jim Carrey, & ‘Stranger Things’

Posted by on September 27, 2019

Today (27th), Opeth’s overall thirteenth studio effort, In Cauda Venenum, has finally arrived (order here). The follow-up to 2016’s Sorceress continues the group’s evolved progressive style. For those who were hoping to hear a return of the heavier 2008 Watershed era and earlier, could potentially be disappointed. However, for those who have adapted and embraced […]

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Top 10s of the year from members of Melvins, Palms, Byzantine, Primordial, Oni, Gozu

Posted by on December 19, 2016

We’ve gotten a lot of great music this year, and while you may have been following along with our list of the best music of 2016 as according to us, the artists that made some of that music should have a say in it as well. That’s why we reached out to a handful of […]

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Richard Christy’s five favorite horror movies from the past five years

Posted by on September 20, 2016

  On Friday (23) Charred Walls of the Damned will release their third album, Creatures Watching Over the Dead. The drummer, who’s played with the likes of Death, Iced Earth and Control Denied, has had his own band since 2009. And as accomplished a drummer as he is, Christy might be just as well known for […]

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Here’s a metal cover of the ‘Stranger Things’ theme song

Posted by on August 17, 2016

Don’t look now, but there are only a few more weeks left of Summer. We’re bummed out about it too, but you’ve still got some time to go to an amusement park, a festival, or somewhere a few hours early on Friday if your work give you Summer Fridays. And when we look back on Summer […]

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Metal Insider Top 5: Songs inspired by horror films

Posted by on August 15, 2016

If you’ve seen the feed on your social media or spoken to your nerdy friends in the past few weeks, you probably heard about this show called Stranger Things. The Netflix show is an homage to all things ’80s, referencing important icons like Steven Spielberg, Stephen King and John Carpenter. In the same way that it’s somewhat of […]

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