More (Metal) Guitar In The Monitor – August 2017

It’s at this point I’m supposed to write something about how even though summer is winding down, the metal releases are “heating up” right? Say what you will for terrible cliches, there’s some truth to that statement. For your listening pleasure, here’s a handful of metal releases that you should put in your ear holes … More More (Metal) Guitar In The Monitor – August 2017

More (Metal) Guitar in the Monitor – February 2017

The return of our monthly series looking at recent metal releases we’ve been digging…   The Ominous Circle – Appalling Ascension Completely brutal. Completely unrelenting. Portugal’s The Ominous Circle unleashed a hellish torment of death metal blasphemy back in January through one of our favorite labels, 20 Buck Spin. Combining a hammer-to-the-face approach with malevolent … More More (Metal) Guitar in the Monitor – February 2017

The Metal Dad’s Favorite Metal Albums of 2016

2016 may not have been the best year we’ve experienced for a host of reasons, but there’s no denying that 2016 produced some truly amazing metal records. All over the metal pantheon there were some stellar releases. As with the ‘non-metal’ version of this list, this is not to be considered a “best of” list. … More The Metal Dad’s Favorite Metal Albums of 2016

More (Metal) Guitar In the Monitor – December 2016

As we continue to trudge towards another year end (and year end list) we offer our final 2016 installment of our monthly metal albums round-up…   Bethlehem – Bethlehem In 1996, Germany’s Bethlehem released their Dictius Te Necare album. It was then, and still is one of the greatest black metal album ever released. (Or … More More (Metal) Guitar In the Monitor – December 2016

More (Metal) Guitar In The Monitor – November 2016

Continuing our monthly series focusing on recent metal releases that are rocking our world…   Ulcerate – Shrines of Paralysis In 2013, New Zealand’s Ulcerate showed up with a record that pretty much obliterated everything in its path and set everyone’s year-end lists ablaze. So three years later what do they do for an encore? … More More (Metal) Guitar In The Monitor – November 2016