Tag: nuclear blast

29 November 2021 / Metal

It’s six years since Exodus released a record with 2014’s Blood In, Blood Out. Delayed by Gary Holt’s involvement with the Slayer farewell tour and Tom Hunting’s cancer diagnosis, Persona…

26 November 2021 / Metal

Danish blackgaze quintet, MØL, are the most unusual artist on Nuclear Blast’s roster. They formed in 2012 and released their debut album in 2018 after a run of EPs. The…

18 November 2021 / Metal

Detroit, Michigan’s Snafu have been hammering away at their thrash-punk sound since 2006 and got their break last year by signing to Phil Anselmo’s Housecore Records. Now on their third…

9 November 2021 / Metal

Despite once claiming to be from Chonqing in China, North Dakota’s Ghost Bath play a brand of music that puts them somewhere between Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room…

19 October 2021 / Metal
16 October 2021 / Metal

Ministry are one of the most influential bands of the last three decades on heavy music and experienced major commercial success in the 1990s as Lollapalooza darlings and industrial metal…

1 October 2021 / Metal

Few bands have the distinction of inventing two sub-genres of metal, but gore-grind and melodic death metal owe their origins to the pioneering sounds of Carcass. The legendary debut from…

17 September 2021 / Metal
24 August 2021 / Metal

The Austro-German metallic union known as Oceans have an impressive array of releases under their belts since forming in 2018. Three standalone singles and two EPs helped to land them…

28 June 2021 / Metal