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Artificial Brain & Chthe'ilist

● On being shit-hot labelmates
● The insane challenges of their music
● Life at death metal's creative edge

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It started as the vision of one man Doom fan Sie Carroll – and it’s now a band of committed skyway corsairs. Venus Sleeps have just dropped their new album, and it’s a cracker. Space Lords – Sie & Fergal Sie, you’ve built Venus Sleeps from a one man project into a true band. What […]

It started as the vision of one man Doom fan Sie Carroll – and it’s now a band of committed skyway corsairs. Venus Sleeps have just dropped their new album, and it’s a cracker. Space Lords – Sie & Fergal Sie, you’ve built Venus Sleeps from a one man project into a true band. What […]

Metalireland first came across Devouring Star in January of this year. Their massive sounding black metal inspired Andy Cunningham to hear what they had to say in this interview. At the time, their demo was an incredibly assured piece of crushing black metal. Well – their new material is here, and Metalireland’s got first dibs. […]

Northern Ireland’s death grind veterans Putrefy have raised the stakes to put out their best ever work. Metalireland brings you the exclusive stream of the new album ‘Knelt Before The Sarcophagus Of Humanity.’ The band have moved beyond the gore and guts of previous outings to a much more sophisticated and accessible style of death […]

Metalireland is excited and proud to present ‘Dair’ – the gripping new album from Corr Mhóna. This really is a CD that evokes another time and another world. It takes the atmospheres and timbres from some of black metal’s most influential and lasting bands, and blends them with a melancholy celticism all of its own. […]

It’s here – and we’ve got it. The new album from one of the world most venerated metal bands. Opeth have introduced new sounds into Pale Communion, giving it a whole new dynamic.