Black Tusk

Weedeater Have Nine Toes, and They ‘Suck’
Webster Hall's the Studio in New York City isn't much like the upstairs part of the classic venue. It's your typical basement music spot and not a historical dance hall. Yet this writer has seen some magical performances at the Studio, including a whacked out Zoroaster...
Black Tusk Check in From Tour With Weedeater
Savannah, Ga.'s Black Tusk are currently laying a hurtin' on their current tour with Weedeater. Drummer James May checked in from the road, offering his thoughts on why Georgia has exported some of the best up and coming metal over the past several years, with the likes of Mastodon, Zoroas…
Eyehategod Tour Dates With Nachtmystium, Withered
For years now, the good folks at MetalSucks and SMN News have helped bring some of the most sinister tours around to your town, and this June, they'll be doing it again. New Orleans sludge metallers Eyehategod will be taking to the blacktop starting June 3 in Orlando, Fla...
Black Tusk Finish Album, Play Fests, Tour With Weedeater
The members of Savannah's Black Tusk have a heavy tour schedule this coming spring. After finishing up their February dates with Skeletonwitch, the band will head to Columbus, Ohio to perform at the second Scion Rock Fest. Sharing the bill with them are Cannibal Corpse, Pelican and many other N…
Skeletonwitch Bring a Brutal Lineup on the Road
Back on the road in February and Skeletonwitch's 12 upcoming tour dates were just reported, taking place around the eastern half of the U.S. Shortly after releasing their third studio album, 'Breathing the Fire,' in September, the band shot a bad-ass video for 'Repulsive Salvatio…
Howl In Studio Recording Debut Full-Length
Providence, R.I. metallers Howl recently finished work on their full-length debut for Relapse Records, and the follow-up to their self-titled EP. "The new album is, if anything, more extreme than the EP, moving from aggression to slow doom, through both black metal atmospheres and blues-bas…
Black Cobra Played a Secret Show in New York
Brooklyn, N.Y. venue The Charleston is smelling more and more like a sewer everyday. But that hasn't prevented people from getting wasted and watching some super awesome and angry acts. Bands like Kylesa, Rorshach and Weedeater have played secret shows in the low-capacity venue...