Album Review: Behemoth – I Loved You At Your Darkest (2018)

Review by: Nick Licata Behemoth is one of those bands, that could literally do anything, musically, and turn it into a Black Metal masterpiece. Although any release that comes after 2014’s, The Satanist, has to really be bold if it wants to hold precedence as a successor to that album. For most bands, that would…

Album Review: Lamb Of God – VII: STRUM UND DRANG

Erik D. Harshman Lamb of God (LOG) have been on their way to being pop stars for a while now. People once said that they were the “new Pantera” and while comparisons were inevitable: both rose from the underground to stadium tour success, both had a similar musician/vocalist setup, with LOG adding a guitarist, and…

Photo Album: Deftones & Incubus feat. Death From Above 1979

  I was fortunate enough to get a photo pass to one of the hottest tours of the summer featuring the Deftones and Incubus. Normally when I get a photo pass it allows me to photograph all the bands, however this time my pass was only good enough for Death From Above 1979 and Deftones. I…

Music Spotlight: Dreadnought – Utopia (2013)

So, St. Louis while most of you were out enjoying the outdoor party that was Incubus and Deftones. . reliving your childhood (we were there too, don’t be ashamed). We metal heads missed out in a pretty epic underground Post Black Metal show by Denver, Colorado’s Dreadnought at Fubar St. Louis! We weren’t really familiar…

Periphery to open for Deftones on March US tour

Periphery have now officially been confirmed to support the Deftones on their March U.S. tour. Confirmed dates which the band will appear as support include: 03/08 Atlantic City, NJ – House Of Blues 03/09 New York, NY – Terminal 5 03/10 Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theatre 03/12 Stroudsburg, PA – The Sherman Theatre 03/13 Norfolk,…

Deftones announce producer for new album

The Deftones have enlisted producer Nick Raskulinecz (Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters) to helm the ongoing recording sessions for their new album. The band previously worked with Raskulinecz on 2010′s “Diamond Eyes“. A release through Reprise later this year is expected for the effort with more details pending. Meanwhile, in case you missed it previously, the…