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463 Desolus Ripping Thrash Metal from the D.C. Area.
462 Spiter True Vampyric Metal Punk featuring members of SHITFUCKER, DEVIL MASTER & DISJAWN.
461 Spiter True Vampyric Metal Punk featuring members of SHITFUCKER, DEVIL MASTER & DISJAWN.
460 DEAF CLUB
459 DIM For an era, being steeped in the sonic palettes of Basil Poledouris, JYOCHO, Biosphere and Maurice Duruflé, DIM was forged in a bathing, incongruous light. DIM's music began garnering a devoted following within the dungeon synth community with his album, "Compendium I". Ten more would follow, including works written as Satchel Bearer, Atrium of Time and more as a composer for video games.
458 OSSUARY US Death Metal
457 PHRENELITH Death Metal from Copenhagen, Denmark
456 Vampires And Leeches
455 POWERCLOWN
454 DEATH TO ALL
453 Hunting Giants Progressive heavy rock from Vancouver, BC
452 WIND ROSE
451 DIPYGUS
450 R. A. THE RUGGED MAN One of the most fascinating acts in hip-hop, The Rugged Man has been “an up-and-coming star, an industry outcast banished and forgotten, an underground cult hero, an independent success story, and an influential master of the art form”. Hailing from Long Island’s Suffolk County, The Rugged Man has worked with legendary figures such as: Biggie, Wu-Tang, Tech N9ne, Rakim, Mobb Deep, Talib Kweli, Kool G Rap, Public Enemy, Brother Ali, and many more! His music features “ferocious battle rhymes”, deeply personal lyrics, vulgarity, “jaw-dropping flows”, and storytelling that will transport you into another world! He’s also not afraid to “challenge corrupt politicians and corporations”. The Rugged Man recently released “All My Heroes Are Dead”, which features Chuck D, Slug of Atmosphere, Ghostface Killah, Immortal Technique, Vinnie Paz, Ice-T, M.O.P., Kool G Rap, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Onyx, Brand Nubian, Chris Rivers, Inspectah Deck, A-F-R-O, Masta Killa, and more.
449 Nameless King
448 DOPETHRONE
447 La Chinga
446 Metal Battle Wacken Metal Battle Canada
445 DRUID LORD Death Doom Metal from Orlando, FL
444 The Koffin Kats
443 Caligula's Horse
442 Escuela Grind
441 Katatonia
440 Autophagy Death Metal from Portland, OR
439 Armed For Apocalypse
438 Psyclon Nine
437 Gross Misconduct
436 Dawn Of Ouroboros
435 Mondo Drag
434 Oxbow I've always been chagrined that no one understood that our songs were love songs,” OXBOW vocalist and lyricist Eugene Robinson says while reflecting on the band’s output from the last 35 years. Love may not have been the most obvious muse in their earlier work, but the subject has never been more apparent than on their eighth studio album and first new music in six years, Love’s Holiday, due out July 21, 2023 on Ipecac Recordings. “But now listening to a record of exclusively love songs I can see how no one saw that,” Robinson admits. “My problem is how I think about love as this affects how I feel about it, instead of the other way around.” The misconception on the part of the audience is understandable; you won’t find a song in the OXBOW canon that resembles anything like the saccharine ballads saturating pop culture. Part of the band’s allure is the paradox—the visceral embrace of distortion, volume, and foreboding emotional timbres paired with meticulous execution, tension-baiting restraint, and an academic approach to songwriting; On stage, Robinson’s bloodletting unravels against the sound of brutish blues and angular arrangements too nuanced and disciplined for noise rock but too rooted in the carnal impulses of early rock n’ roll for the avant-garde crowd. OXBOW was born when Robinson enlisted the help of Niko Wenner, guitarist and bandmate from the shape-shifting Bay Area punk band Whipping Boy, for a recording project. Robinson had a diaristic examination of the fallout from “a relationship that involved infidelity, attempted murder, robbery, extortion and sex addiction” that needed instrumentation. Harnessing the force of their hardcore and metal past while employing the arch forms of classical music, the improvisational forays of jazz, and the adventurism of experimental music, classically-trained Wenner created a sonic bedrock for Robinson’s anguished howls and seething croons. Further bolstered by the agile and off-kilter rhythm section of Greg Davis (drums) and Dan Adams (bass), OXBOW spent the next three decades fusing traditional music forms with the less refined and often transgressive approaches of late 20th century subterranean movements. The balance of these opposing forces has been continually recalibrated over the years, but the band has never leaned so heavily into the harmonious side of their sound as they have on Love’s Holiday. Previous OXBOW albums found their impetus in a lyrical framework provided by Robinson, with Wenner applying his musical compositions to the singer’s narratives. But Love’s Holiday began with the music. “The music was chiefly inspired by and written for my family. We’ve had two children born and my father died while writing and working on this record,” Wenner says. “The songs are just a collection of music that I sang to my babies and then wrote guitar parts for and brought to the band as OXBOW songs.” Love, the guitarist confirms, was the organizing principle behind these songs, even if they still carry the band’s signature brand of drama and conflict. One of the more apparent manifestations of this new approach is the orchestration on Love’s Holiday. OXBOW has often employed auxiliary instrumentation as an addendum to the guitars on their recordings, but this time around, human voices are the primary addition. Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota) lends her soaring operatic vocals to “Lovely Murk.” The layered choral bed of “1000 Hours” was provided by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Jellyfish, Beck). A fifteen-person choir lends a disarming grace to songs like “Gunwale” and “All Gone.” Strings, oboe, flute, and clarinet also find a place within Love’s Holiday, nudging the band away from the saturation of distorted guitar and towards what the album’s arranger and orchestrator Wenner describes as “piano-like clarity.” For a band with a reputation for making challenging music, moving away from guitar histrionics and knotty arrangements may be their boldest move yet. “It’s more difficult in some ways,” Adams muses. “It's daunting and thrilling to work more directly within a musical palette used for so many decades in some spectacular, much inconsequential, and quite a bit of terrible music and production. We can try to channel the true great creations and have the great freedom to flounder and sink in a much, much deeper sea.” Some credit for this increased sonic clarity undoubtedly belongs to Grammy-winning engineer and co-producer Joe Chiccarelli (White Stripes, My Morning Jacket). Love’s Holiday is the third OXBOW album recorded with Chiccarelli, and the band members uniformly state that their trust in him allowed the album to venture into even more inviting directions. “He pushed simplicity as an idea for us,” Davis explains. “It’s not like we don't have this simpler, clearer side to us musically, but when we’d go off in some odd direction he’d step in and say ‘consider that you have already done this sort of thing before, so the different thing is not to do it.’” Wenner concurs with this statement. "Given all the hours of OXBOW music with excess in all its forms and its sometimes nearly impenetrable sonic density, moving toward clarity and contours of pop-adjacent music was conversely the most transgressive thing we could do at this point in our career,” the guitarist says. For all the differences in the process, Love’s Holiday is still very much an OXBOW album. Across its ten tracks, Love’s Holiday can feel feverish, disorienting, hostile, beguiling, defeated, and triumphant. Eschewing the memoir approach in favor of a nautical narrative, Robinson excavates the past through metaphor. “There are singular themes and overarching themes,” he explains. “If you think about the ocean in a Freudian sense you get the latter. if you focus on the former you're seeing me gathering the tailings of my life since our last album...hence: my deep meditation on love as a process, a destabilizing affliction, and a cure.” Whether the listener walks away from the album with the sense of comfort and peace that comes with love is uncertain. “In my heart, I see myself as Barry White or Teddy Pendergrass,” Robinson quips one moment, only to confess that Love’s Holiday is “an evolution in OXBOW's journey to make the most perfect paean to love ever… a record that loves you but then explains that there's no benefit to being loved by us,” moments later.
433 Thantifaxath Thantifaxath is a Canadian black metal band based in Toronto, Ontario. The band, which is signed to Dark Descent Records, consists of three anonymous members.
432 Slough Feg American Heavy Metal band from San Francisco
431 The Haunted Within
430 Live Wire
429 Dawn Of Ouroboros
428 LUCIFER Since its inception in 2014 In Berlin, the highly prolific band led by charismatic singer Johanna Platow Andersson has released four electrifying albums on Rise Above (LUCIFER I) and Century Media Records (LUCIFER II-IV), as well as and numerous stand-alone singles infused with 1970s hard rock, proto heavy metal, doom and occult rock, with a nod to their main influences such as Black Sabbath, Pentagram & Blue Öyster Cult. They have played over 200 shows in the Europe, Japan, North & South America, including festivals such as KISS Kruise, Psycho Las Vegas, Hellfest, Wacken and many more, most recently supporting the band Ghost on their European tour in spring 2023. Two of their shows have been recorded and broadcasted by prestigious German national TV program Rockpalast. Lucifer, now located in Stockholm, have been nominated twice for a Swedish Grammy in the category 'Best Hardrock/Metal Album' as well as the Swedish Radio Award P3 and several GAFFA nominations. Amongst others, they have graced the cover of the leading US metal magazine, Decibel, before their first album was released. Lucifer is: Johanna Platow Andersson (vocals) Nicke Andersson Platow (drums) Linus Björklund (guitar) Martin Nordin (guitar) Harald Göthblad (bass) More info at www.lucifer.churc
427 Param-Nesia
426 King Parrot
425 Hexvoid
424 The Anchor
423 Special Duties
422 Reverend Ape
421 Signs Of The Swarm
420 Daniel Myer
419 EMPATHY TEST
418 Abysmal Lord
417 CRYPTOPSY
416 Tribunal
415 Blood Star
414 Cerebral Rot
413 MzShellz
412 UADA
411 Drives The Common Man Mi'kmaq pop-punk artist
410 Decent Criminal
409 Terrifier
408 Snake Pit
407 NOTT
406 Psycroptic
405 DEAD REGISTER
404 1000MODS
403 Hippie Death Cult
402 Anciients
401 SamWoy
400 Vintersea
399 BELZEBONG Belzebong are a stoner metal band from Kielce, Poland. Since the band's formation in 2008 they currently have three albums under their belt and have toured Europe on multiple occasions as well as supporting Elder in the US in 2022 with an appearance at Psycho Las Vegas. Along with their weed-themed instrumental doom the band is best known for their "Dude" psuedonyms, keeping their faces obscured whether by hair or fog and tongue-in-cheek nature to their music as implicated in many interviews. All of their music to date, barring samples, is instrumental.
398 Negative Meditation Jackknife Brewing
397 Dalton 149 Yukon Hip Hop sensation Dalton 149
396 Out Of Control Army Out Of Control Army from Mexico City with The Blazing Eraz, Locvhontvs, Jamie Clawsin, and Donna G! Doors 7pm $35 Cover
395 Out Of Control Army Out Of Control Army from Mexico City with The Blazing Eraz, Locvhontvs, Jamie Clawsin, and Donna G! Doors 7pm $35 Cover
394 Out Of Control Army Out Of Control Army from Mexico City with The Blazing Eraz, Locvhontvs, Jamie Clawsin, and Donna G! Doors 7pm $35 Cover
393 Atheist
392 Cynic
391 Without A Crown
390 Without A Crown
389 AngelMaker
388 Soriah
387 Arrival Of Autumn
386 ASCENDED DEAD
385 Space Queen Space Queen is a stoner rock evolution of power trio Jenna Earle (guitar/vocals), Karli MacinTosh (drums/vocals) and Seah Maister (bass/keys/vocals). Space Queen takes the signature haunting vocal harmonies of the trio's former folk project (Sound of The Sun) and and sends them soaring over a cosmic canvas of neo-psychedelic rock. Driving beats from MacIntosh provide an anchor for Earle's heavy distortion and fuzzy 70s-style riffs, while Maister keeps everything grounded on bass, or shoots beyond the stratosphere with spacey synths and intergalactic organ. The band released their debut EP in 2020 which garnered a ton of favourable press and college radio play, including landing on the earshot charts. Space Queen was featured on Nardwuar The Human Serviette's radio show for a month leading up to their EP release. Space Queen has thrived in 2021-2022 from opening for bands such as Blackwater Holylight, The Well, RIP, Black Mastiff and Molton Lava, as well as headlining Tune It Down, Turn It Up Festival and playing virtual editions of Massif Festival and Fallen Fest. Space Queen's EP "Nebula" is set for Release in May 2023.
384 Utility Provider Vancouver prog blues metal.
383 Re-Form Punk band from Edmonton, AB
382 WORMWITCH
381 Blackwater Burial Vancouver death metal
380 Blackthrone Ascension Symphonic Deathcore from Vancouver, BC
379 Atrae Bilis
378 Rhapsody Of Fire
377 CRAZY DIAMONDS Crazy Diamonds are Vancouver's one and only Pink Floyd Experience.http://www.crazydiamonds.band
376 Deathblow Thrash metal from SLC
375 Wolftron
374 Dark Tranquillity
373 RINGO DEATHSTARR
372 Bridge City Sinners
371 ANTICHRIST SIEGE MACHINE
370 Covenant Festival
369 Arkaik ARKAIK is a Progressive Death Metal band out of Central California.
368 Moonspell
367 Wormrot
366 Citizen Rage
365 Bratboy
364 Suffocation
363 Deathchant
362 Spirit Mother
361 VITRIOL
360 Spell
359 I DECLARE WAR Metal from the Pacific North West
358 TBA TO BE ANNOUNCED
357 THE INVISIBLE MARKET
356 Ceremonial Bloodbath
355 VADER
354 Liminal Shroud
353 Mares of Thrace
352 Vessel Vessel is an instrumental progressive metal band from Vancouver, BC
351 Bog Dirty and Dissonant Progressive Sludge Metal band Based out of Vancouver B.C. Canada
350 Within Destruction
349 Mvlgrave
348 Obsidian A multinational metal band from Vancouver Canada, with members from France, Germany & Canada.
347 MAULE
346 Ritual Dictates Ritual Dictates is a new metal band formed by Justin Hagberg (3 Inches of Blood) and Ash Pearson (Revocation).
345 Wednesday 13
344 Backtalker
343 Sleepcircle
342 Donna G
341 OTO Crew
340 Burnt Lung
339 Skin Stripper
338 Organoizes
337 Ape War
336 Atavistia Atavistia is an epic metal band from Vancouver, Canada.
335 BISON
334 Crown of Madness
333 Death Machine
332 Exterminatus
331 GOBLIN
330 KNOLL
329 Raven
328 First Fragment Extreme Neoclassical Metal from Quebec. EST 2007. New album out October 29th!
327 Conan
326 Hyperia
325 Shattered Throne
324 Bit Brigade
323 Kaelan Mikla
322 Iron Kingdom
321 WAKE
320 Korpiklaani
319 Axedra Death metal from Vancouver, BC
318 Fawns Of Love
317 Falsifier Windsor, Ontario based deathcore band founded in 2014.
316 HOCICO
315 Lost Nebula
314 Detherous
313 Marissa Nadler
312 Eight Bells
311 Telekinetic Yeti
310 Mvlgrave
309 Human Issue
308 Batushka
307 Monuments
306 Hell Fire
305 Dayglo Abortions
304 Korine
303 Amorphis
302 The Foreign Resort
301 Liberatia Death/Thrash from Vancouver Island
300 Ozawar Fillipino-Canadian 6-piece metal band.
299 Truent Born in a small town outside of Vancouver, BC, Truent is an exhilarating Canadian metal act on the rise. Combining massive riffs, head-spinning technicality, and sharp songwriting, Truent has crafted a crushing brand of groove-laden progressive death metal that is uniquely their own.
298 Thank You Driver
297 Arrow In The Quiver
296 Alien To The Ignorant
295 All The Time Everywhere
294 Origin
293 D.R.I.
292 Hexis Combining the energy of Hardcore with the desolation of Black Metal and throwing in bits and pieces of Doom and Sludge, HEXIS have crafted two full-length albums, namely "Abalam" (2014) and "Tando Ashanti" (2017), as well as countless EPs and Split-releases. The musicians behind HEXIS are located all over Europe and they have been praised for both their outstanding records and, first and foremost, for their intense live shows that took them to high ranking festivals such as Roskilde, Bloodstock, Roadburn or Ieper Fest.
291 R. I. P.
290 Blackwater Holylight
289 Captured! By Robots
288 Nebula
287 Demon Cleaver
286 Powerglove
285 Hypocrisy
284 Stöner
283 Death Preacher
282 Obscura
281 Khemmis
280 Carcosa
279 Glitter Wizard
278 Haunt
277 Omnium Gatherum
276 KOSM KOSM is a progressive metal band from Vancouver, BC
275 Rotting Christ Rotting Christ is a Greek black metal band formed in 1987. They are noted for being one of the first black metal bands within this region, as well as a premier act within the European underground metal scene. They are also responsible for creating the signature Greek black metal sound prevalent in the early 1990s.
274 Thousand Arrows Power/Thrash metal from Vancouver, BC
273 Of Modern Architecture Progressive Metalcore band from Vancouver, BC
272 The Hallowed Catharsis Progressive Extreme Metal band from Vancouver, BC
271 Pound Progressive Instrumental Extreme Metal from Seattle, WA
270 Carcosa Deathcore band from Vancouver, BC
269 Neck Of The Woods Progressive Death Metal band from Vancouver, BC
268 Anarcheon
Metal band from Vancouver BC sure to steel your heart and soul!
Energetic bass heavy leads, catchy riffs, heart pounding drums and shemonic screams
267 Clan Of Xymox Originally formed in Holland in 1983 as Xymox, Clan of Xymox became one of the pioneers of the dark and moody electronic music that later became known as darkwave.
266 Saints Of Death SAINTS of DEATH are a Four piece Two Bass Guitar Metal band from Vancouver Canada.
265 League Of Corruption League of Corruption are a groove metal band emerging from the primordial ooze of the Vancouver heavy music scene.
264 Antediluvian Black/Death metal band from Canada, formed in 2007
263 FM Attack FM Attack is known as one of the pioneers who helped to create the synthwave movement. Ryan Gosling said it during an interview while promoting the film Drive. It was 2011 and two years since FM Attack released his 1980s-Synth infused debut album Dreamatic in 2009. ”I was listening to Glass Candy and Nic was listening to Kavinsky and Matt was listening to FM Attack” Gosling says. ”All this sort of dark disco, this hyper-romantic electronic music with this menacing undertone, so we were just aligned on a lot of levels." Since his debut album, FM Attack signed a publishing deal with Chrysalis Music which led to remixes for artists such as Tegan and Sara, Trans-X, PNAU, Tesla Boy and Gillian Gilbert from New Order. The sophomore album Deja Vu was released to critical acclaim in 2013 and featured the vocals of KRISTINE. It is hailed by some as a Dreamwave classic. In 2017 FM Attack released the album Stellar which featured more New Wave, Synthpop and early 80s influences. "This updated sound is unique and fantastic, creating a more wistful and nostalgic feel to the signature FM Attack style and is sure to influence artists in the years to come. An instant classic." Andrew Zistler - New Retro Wave. The 4th album 
New World was released in 2019 and features the talents of Vandal Moon & Mecha Maiko. A new album The Never Ending was released in the summer of 2021.
262 Unleash The Archers
Unleash The Archers were formed in 2007 by front-woman Brittney Slayes, together with her partner and the band’s drummer Scott Buchanan, while attending the University of Victoria on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.  After moving to Vancouver in 2010 the band underwent several lineup changes, but were finally able to cement their unique, genre-blending style of heavy metal with the addition of Grant Truesdell in 2011 and Andrew Kingsley in 2013.  By weaving the aggression of the more extreme genres into the intricacies of traditional heavy metal, UTA have created a sound unlike anything else in the industry.  They embrace a commercial appeal that attracts music lovers of all types while maintaining a heavy edge that remains true to their death metal roots.  Since their inception UTA have always put an emphasis on touring, and travelled the roads by van booking their own North American tours for years before being picked up by an agent in 2016.  Their persistent, hard-working, down-to-earth attitude has garnered media attention all over the world, and their constant engagement on social platforms of all types has allowed for consistent growth and a dedicated, positively engaged fanbase that spans continents.

UTA have been described as “show-stealers” and “wildly entertaining” by fans and peers alike, and they strive to put on a show that will stick with you long after you’ve left the venue.  Playing music is a passion for the band and this can be seen in their live performance as well as their music videos and writing style.

UTA are currently signed to Napalm Records in Austria and Ward Records in Japan.  

Vocals / Brittney Slayes
Drums / Scott Buchanan
Guitar / Grant Truesdell
Guitar / Andrew Kingsley
261 Tribunal Tribunal is a doom metal band from Vancouver, Canada that seamlessly incorporates elements of traditional doom, epic doom and death doom.
260 Wilderun Wilderun is based out of Massachusetts USA, playing variations on metal, prog, folk and orchestral music. Their most recent album "Veil of Imagination" was released on Nov 1, 2019. "Veil of Imagination" is an epic, emotional and whimsical odyssey through landscapes of earth and mind.
259 Abigail Williams Abigail Williams is an American black metal band, originally from Phoenix, Arizona, but now based in Olympia, Washington. Since their formation in 2004, the group has suffered near-constant changes to their line-up. The band even disbanded in 2007 for a short time before reforming and writing their debut full-length album. Shortly after an eight-week tour in support of their debut full-length album In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns (2008), vocalist Ken Sorceron would become the only original member remaining.
258 Swallow The Sun Swallow the Sun is a Finnish band founded in 2000 by Juha Raivio. Their death-doom style emphasizes melody and atmosphere, and occasionally steps into gothic and black metal territory. They have released seven full-length albums, one triple album, one EP, one demo, and five singles.