Interview: Dymbur [India] Fuse Folk Music and Metal to Battle Society’s Evils, Child Abuse, Rape Culture, Etc.

There’s been a few shocking stylistic shifts in the metal community: Opeth trading in their prog-death metal for 70’s rock, deathcore pioneers Bring Me the Horizon hittin’ the pop radio, and Deafheaven‘s blackgaze identity turning fully post-rock. Now, Dymbur join that list as they ascend to folk metal, away from their progressive / djent roots. … More Interview: Dymbur [India] Fuse Folk Music and Metal to Battle Society’s Evils, Child Abuse, Rape Culture, Etc.

Best Metal Around the World: May 2022 (Decapitated, Ignea, Ou, Solum…)

There is so much heavy, extreme, and beautiful metal music being conjured all around the world that it can be overwhelming. Fortunately, Metal Has No Borders has curated the best of the best, from Poland and Ukraine to Kazakhstan and China as well as everything in between. Enjoy our hand-picked favorite albums, singles, and videos … More Best Metal Around the World: May 2022 (Decapitated, Ignea, Ou, Solum…)

Best of Metal Around the World: April 2022 (Et Moriemur, Demonic Resurrection, Aarlon, Windrunner…)

There is so much heavy, extreme, and beautiful metal music being conjured all around the world that it can be overwhelming. Fortunately, Metal Has No Borders has curated the best of the best, from Czech Republic and India to Costa Rica and China as well as everything in between. Enjoy our hand-picked favorite albums, singles, … More Best of Metal Around the World: April 2022 (Et Moriemur, Demonic Resurrection, Aarlon, Windrunner…)

Interview: Bloodywood [India] Discusses Writing Hindi, Punjabi, and English Lyrics in New ‘Rakshak’ Album & Socio-Political / Universal Messages

There’s been a decent amount of buzz surrounding this New Delhi-based folk metal project the past few years. And such hype is absolutely, well-deserved as their humble beginnings of creating YouTube covers gradually evolved into the international genre-bending beasts they currently are. Multi-instrumentalist Karan Katiyar, vocalist Jayant Bhadula, and rapper Raoul Kerr have found harmony … More Interview: Bloodywood [India] Discusses Writing Hindi, Punjabi, and English Lyrics in New ‘Rakshak’ Album & Socio-Political / Universal Messages