It was fast, heavy — and on occasion, gnarly and ugly, as metal should be.
Not bad for a bunch of old dogs who aren’t supposed to have any bite left.
After eight years between releases, Roger Glover says “we can’t wait that long.”
This is not how I want to remember a band that was so important in my life.
The addition of Alissa White-Gluz leads to one of Arch Enemy’s best overall efforts to date.
“We were so full of ourselves,” he says, “that we forgot why we started making music.”
10 early favorites, plus some great stuff to look forward to later this year.
Something Else! Interview: Ted Nugent on his new music, the great outdoors and the state of the union
Could we possibly see … Ted Nugent for president?
This long-awaited follow up is, in some ways, superior to their debut album.
Will Alestorm’s pirate metal schtick ever get old? Man, I hope not.