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Tag Archives: Temple of Void

Metal By Numbers 4/8: Sales weigh a Gigaton

Posted by on April 8, 2020

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   At first, I wasn’t going to include Pearl Jam on here because, well, they’re not particularly metal. But we write about so many of their peers (Soundgarden, Foo Fighters, Stone Temple Pilots) […]

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Kerrang! share their ‘Top 50 Greatest Death Metal Bands Right Now’

Posted by on February 21, 2020

Lists are never easy to make, especially when it involves the best-of list. However, they are always an important starting point to discover an artist or listen to an album you didn’t get a chance to hear yet. With that being said, Kerrang! has created a detailed list with their ‘Top 50 Greatest Death Metal […]

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Under the night sky and wilderness: A look inside Shadow Woods Metal Fest 2016

Posted by on September 30, 2016

In its second year, the latest Shadow Woods Metal Fest took place a few weeks back deep in the wilderness of Maryland. A 3-day open-air camping festival that brings together some of the best American metal acts in the current scene, it proves once again to be an excellent newcomer to the festival world. Metal Insider […]

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Shadow Woods Metal Fest announce full lineup for 2016 edition

Posted by on April 6, 2016

We usually talk about more mainstream festivals across the US with big headliners like Megadeth, Five Finger Death Punch or Disturbed; we also talk a bit about more underground fests like the well-known Maryland Deathfest or Hells Headbash but if we wanna go deep in the true underground, we need to talk about Shadow Woods Metal Fest. […]

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Amplified: Temple of Void

Posted by on October 3, 2014

Hailing from the depths of Detroit, Temple of Void are nothing if not a product of their environment. Although it’s a debut record, Of Terror and the Supernatural sounds like a band that’s been dropping its crushing hammer on listeners for the last 20 years. It’s no surprise, either, when you take into account the […]

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