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The News Wake's New Track Featuring Khemmis's Ben Hutcherson Is A Writhing Nest Of Filthy Death Metal

Exclusive: The latest single from Calgary death metallers Wake is disgustingly delicious.

The News Port Juvee Sweat Out Loud On Their Frantic New Single

Exclusive: The latest track by Calgary alt-rockers Port Juvee will have you shouldering your way to the front row.

The News Canadian PM Justin Trudeau On Rush's Neil Peart: "We've Lost A Legend"

Trudeau pays homage to the late king of Canadian rock drummers.

The News Chron Goblin's New Album Is Rollicking Stoner Metal With A Sinister Edge

Exclusive: On their latest record Here Before, Calgary’s Chron Goblin keep it light — until it gets real, real heavy.

Features How Kobra And The Lotus Vocalist Kobra Paige Overcame Her Hellacious Battle With Lyme Disease

The Kobra And The Lotus vocalist opens up about her years-long battle with Lyme disease after a tick bit her on a hike.

The News Exalt Bash Through Modern Metallic Hardcore With Ferocious New Single

Exclusive: On their new single, Ontario’s Exalt go for the throat.

The News Stream Tomb Mold's New Album In Full

EXCLUSIVE: Stream Tomb Mold’s new album, Planetary Clairvoyance, ahead of its release this Friday.

Features The 20 Heavy Canadian Bands You Need To Know Right Now

Here are the 20 bands from Canada who are causing avalanches in the Great White North.

The News Sleep To Embark On Canadian Tour

Stoner metal titans Sleep are heading to Canada.

The News Montreal Has Declared Itself Metal As Hell

A Montreal city councillor has officially passed a motion declaring it a “city of excellence” in heavy metal.

The News Slayer, Disturbed, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, And More To Play The First-Ever Chaos AB Festival

GWAR, Animals As Leaders, Light The Torch and more fill out the inaugural Chaos AB festival in Alberta, Canada.

The News Exclusive: Youth Fountain Get Heartfelt And Retro In Their New Video

The video for the new song by Canadian emo act Youth Fountain is a shaky-cam look into the past.