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Earlier this week, Mötley Crüe found themselves a “trending topic” for the first time this millennium when they announced they would break up next year — after some three and a half decades as a band — following, naturally, a lengthy farewell tour. Even accounting for Mötley Crüe’s contemporary relevance (or lack thereof), this i… More »

Before the quibbling starts: I didn’t include YOB’s Atma because it isn’t out until August. It would be way up there. I’ve also been listening to Dragged Into Sunlight’s Hatred For Mankind quite a bit, but since it has an original release date of ’09 before Prosthetic’s 2011 reissue, I didn’t include that either. O… More »

Blasted Chicago doom quartet Indian’s Sanford Parker-recorded third full-length Guiltless is one of the heaviest records of 2011. It’s also one of the best. The guitars are sturdy, droning, down-tempo, desolate, and exceedingly catchy, but it’s the crusty details and exhilaratingly bleak, strangulated vocals of guitarists Dylan O’Toole and Middian/Wolves In The Throne Room/Nachtmystium multi-tasker… More »

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Lord Mantis – “Negative Birth” (Feat. Indian’s Dylan O’Toole) (Stereogum Premiere)

There’s already a clear narrative for the year in metal, and we’re only three months in. This came up once already when we wrote about the band Indian in January’s Black Market (coincidentally, that band’s singer, Dylan O’Toole, offers lead vocals on this track) and again when we covered the amazing new Thou album last… More »

By: Aaron Lariviere / March 27, 2014 - 12:06 pm