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So we all collectively agree that 2020 sucks, right? I don’t think I need to go into much detail why, but I can safely tell you that the death metal scene has never been better. Right now, the hip and cool thing is old school worship, but with a modern vibe. We’re past the point of ripping off Morbid Angel and being an angrier thrash metal, because now’s the time for nasty-ass riffs, vocalists that sound like they’re choking of vomit, and blast beats to make all the grind kids lose their damn mind.  

Your favorite Marvel heroes are currently embroiled in an epic crossover with the amazing world of Fortnite via new character skins, weapons, and even in-continuity stories in some of Marvel’s most popular titles. To celebrate this amazing teamup, Marvel Comics has debuted a series of stunning variant covers by the industry’s top artists.  

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Burton C. Bell, long time lead singer and frontman for Fear Factory has officially left the band.  

On October 2nd, Six Feet Under will release their seventeenth full-length, Nightmares Of The Decomposed, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of Nightmares Of The Decomposed, a video for the new single, “Blood of the Zombie”  

As the Earth of 2020 continues to revolve in a puzzling singularity, three of the world’s most powerful men have harnessed their collective capabilities for nuclear and musical power into a quest for world peace. On October 30th, this trio of explosive musicians/personalities will unleash their debut EP, A Clear and Present Rager.  

Bestselling writer Dan Watters (Coffin Bound, Lucifer) reteams with fan favorite artist Caspar Wijngaard (Star Wars, Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt) for an ongoing series in Home Sick Pilots. The new ongoing horror comic will launch from Image Comics this December.  

In the darkest of years, MOONSPELL have announced that they will perform a special live Halloween show, taking place in the South of Portugal in an ancient town named Beja, on October 31, 2020!  

Lovecraftian metal is something I’ve always been about. Eldritch horrors and savage, jagged riffing seem to go hand in and, and throw in some spacey reverb and you’re sure enough conjuring the Great Old Ones with your odd fascination with Cthulhu and Azathoth. Deathcore, on the other hand, doesn’t really delve into that territory too often, so when I stumbled on Carcosa and immediately clicked with what the band was basing their music off of, I decided to give it a try. I’m not one for the genre anymore, but every now and then I find a band that’s really cool and doesn’t sound like diet Dying Fetus or early Job for a Cowboy.  

With their new single and subsequent music video for “Blackened Eyes”  

Two-time GRAMMY-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater are back with the latest live installment to their impressive thirty-one-year catalog of releases. Scheduled for release on November 27th, the band is set to unleash their ninth career live album Distant Memories – Live In London.  

Death Metal Legends OBITUARY announce a live stream series beginning October 17th and features full performances of Slowly We Rot, Cause of Death and rare classics! The first two streams will be live from the ESI Streaming Studio in Tampa, FL. The third stream will be broadcasted live from OBITUARY’s Recording Studio in Gibsonton, FL.  

Image Comics partner and CFO Erik Larsen is voting Biden/Harris this election season with an alternate cover of Savage Dragon #253 revealed today.  

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