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Atheist, ‘Jupiter’ — Album Art of the Week

Legendary progressive death metallers Atheist make their comeback with their fourth album, 'Jupiter.' The cover -- reminiscent of their past album covers which feature strong circular elements -- was done by Eliran Kantor, who we featured at the beginning of the year for his work on Sigh's new album.

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Pestilence Tour Dates With Warbringer

Following a 12-year hiatus, Dutch technical death metal veterans, Pestilence, reformed in 2006 and now they're finally making it back to North America to tour for the first time in 16 years. The band will launch a 17-date trek with Warbringer, Vital Remains, Enfol

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Book Publisher Ian Christe Discusses His Upcoming Titles for 2010

Ian Christe is a heavy metal renaissance man. Not only has he written for everyone from Spin to Metal Maniacs, he's also released music as Dark Noerd and in 2007 he launched his own book publishing house called Bazillion Points. Since then he released Daniel Ekeroth's 'Swedish Death Metal,' the

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Crematorium Bid Farewell to The Knitting Factory as It Heads for Nevada

The Knitting Factory's Hollywood location, a fixture on Hollywood Blvd. since 2000, closed its doors in the wee hours of Oct. 26 after the three-stage club held its final shows Oct. 25. In attendance were supporters of the Los Angeles metal scene, industry personnel and Church of the 8th Day, vehement supporters of the local and national metal scene, and promoter/booking agent for many of The Knitting Factory's extreme metal shows since 2005.

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Your iPod Is Showing: Dimmu Borgir’s Silenoz

The second participant (i.e. victim) for our new column, 'Your iPod Is Showing,' is Dimmu Borgir guitarist Silenoz. One of the most commercially successful Norwegian black metal bands, Dimmu play pummeling songs suffused with enticing melodies and Wagnerian keyboard swells. As such, we pretty much expected to see Carl Orff's 'Ave Formos

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White Noise: Marylin Manson, Kiss, Septic Flesh

Some people call it "hump day." We just call it Wednesday. Have you seen something awesome out there on the web? Let us know.

+ Florida SXE/HC warriors Until The End are reuniting for a show in June.

+ Track by track review of the new Marylin Manson album, 'High End Of Low.'

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From the Depths: Wolves in the Throne Room, Nachtmystium, Infernal Stronghold



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Black metal iconoclasts Wolves in the Throne Room have announced their first headlining US tour. Support will come from the likes of Krallice, A Storm of Light, Thrones, and more. Their latest album, 'Black Cascade',

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