These bands bring a little darkness to the Sunshine State
From underground infamy to becoming one of metal's most revered bands, Behemoth have one of the most interesting back catalogues in metal. Here are 10 of their best infernal gems
It was one of the great anthems of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal – so why didn’t it carry Angel Witch to world domination?
Ice-T, the original gangsta, is back with Body Count's latest record, Carnivore – and he's hungry as f**k
When Airbourne decided it was time for something different, the Aussie rockers relocated to the home of country music for an almighty reset
Canadian enigma Devin Townsend’s catalogue spans extreme metal, sublime prog-scapes, colossal riffs and extra-terrestrials. Where to begin?
Death and thrash metal stormed into the 90s in rude and bloody health. So why did that decade see both scenes nearly come off their rails?
During punk Captain Sensible's penchant for the proggier side of things remained undisclosed. Not any more
Beyond death metal's best-known albums lies a quantity of unsung classics. Here are 10 of the best examples of underground extremity
From death metallers to progressive rock-metal torchbearers, Opeth's 25-year evolution is as impressive as it is surprising
When Corrosion Of Conformity’s classic line-up reformed in 2014, they realised they still had a spark.
Steve Harris's British Lion are back with second album The Burning, and this time they're a band, not an album title
Since picking up the progressive rock baton from Genesis in the 80s, Marillion have recorded one of prog’s most impressive catalogues. These are their best albums
Dimebag Darrell had class. He had groove. Tony Iommi and members of Five Finger Death Punch, Trivium, and Alter Bridge break down the essence of a genius
We spoke to modern-day axemasters Zakk Wylde, Phil Demmel, Matt Heafy and Gus G to find out who the lords of the riff really are
When a large part of North America was plunged into darkness in the 60s, many predicted disaster. They probably didn’t predict a future Saxon banger
When Robb Flynn made a teary announcement on Facebook Live last September, it looked like Machine Head were done. Oh, how wrong we all were...
Metal’s history with horror movies goes back decades. We count down the 20 greatest anthems inspired by the screen, from the gruesome, to the grizzly, to the straight-up glorious
In honour of Judas Priest's 50th anniversary, we decided to count down their 50 greatest songs of all time, chosen by a panel of bands, Hammer staff and you...
Primus might be an acquired taste, but at their best this musically unique and gloriously oddball trio made some truly compelling records
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