The new-look Machine Head has released their first new track since the departure of long-standing members Phil Demmel and Dave McClain. "Do or Die" features recently recruited guitarist Vogg Kiełtyka and drummer Matt Alston and continues the Nu-Metal vibes of 2018's Catharsis.
Get your Friday started with some brutality from WORMED!
Hailed as one of the most influential and groundbreaking bands in the Death Metal genre OBITUARY will be heading to Australia in 2020!
Cover shot VULVODYNIA South Africa's VULVODYNIA have made a huge impact on the heavy music scene with their brutal...
On Friday night we made our way through the gloomy Melbourne weather to The Corner Hotel in Richmond for a night of musical debauchery in the form of Combichrist, with support from Brisbane’s Darkcell and a last-minute addition of Melbourne’s own Sirus. As expected, I arrived to find a sea of long black coats, PVC, face/body paint, dreadlocks, piercings and buckle heavy platform boots.
Get ready to headbang! Technical death metal monsters Allegaeon have released a brand new video for their track "Metaphobia" from the 2019 record "Apoptosis"
Cover shot JINJER After playing a sold-out show in South Carolina, Jinjer’s bassist Eugene Abdiukhanov chats with EM's Mitch about the...
As anticipation grows for the upcoming release of their debut full-length record, Melbourne's THORNHILL has released the atmospheric new video for their track "Where Do We Go When We Die".
In 1993 Helsinki, Finland, a group of young classically trained cellists came together to form the orchestral rock band Apocalyptica. Tonight, at Hamer Hall at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, they perform their first studio album release from beginning to end, exactly how it was recorded back in 1996.
It appears as though the metal gods have smiled down on us once again by bringing to our shores the newly reformed Dark Angel, the band that established themselves in the early 80's and gained a cult-like status in the thrash metal underground scene.