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6 Essential New Metal Albums That Are Steeped in Darkness

Metal is dark. There are perhaps other qualities we can attribute across the board to metal, but one that I think we can probably all agree on without much in the way of dissent or debate is that darkness is one of its defining traits. There are naturally exceptions, and those exceptions can be pretty goofy (e.g. Cannabis Corpse), but when we look at the bands we tend to uphold as those whose influence runs the deepest throughout metal at large—Black Sabbath, Slayer, Morbid Angel and so on—we inevitably find a willingness to delve into the places that popular music most often doesn’t care to tread.
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comicyears.com

Nubia And The Amazons #1 Begins The March Towards A Wonder Woman Comic Event

One of the many reveals during DC Fandome was an upcoming comic book event, Trial of the Amazons. Somehow, this is the first major Wonder Woman-centric crossover event. Sure, she’s been the main character in other events, most recently Dark Nights: Death Metal. But even Death Metal was a sequel to the Batman-centric Dark Nights: Metal event. The event has a great lineup of writers, including Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad, Vita Ayala, Stephanie Williams, Joelle Jones, and Jordie Bellaire. But it all kicked off with this week’s Nubia and the Amazons #1, a brilliant comic that echoes generations of Wonder Woman stories. And if you didn’t fall in love with Nubia during Future State, you will now.
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toysmatrix.com

Nocterra Vol. 1 Fires on All Cylinders

Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel’s Nocterra Vol. 1 lights up the apocalypse with a blend of sci-fi, mythology and daring thrills. What would happen if the sun went out? In the world of Nocterra by Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel, a mysterious event causes the sun to vanish, leaving the world overtaken by a darkness that mutates anything caught in its path. Now available in a six-issue collection, Nocterra is a gripping thriller that blends sci-fi, horror and mythology elements to make for perfect reading during the spookiest season of the year.
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HEALTH Pull in Poppy for Darkly Hypnotic New Song ‘Dead Flowers’

Electro-industrial outfit HEALTH continue to dip into the hard rock and metal world, this time pulling in Poppy for a collaboration on their new track "Dead Flowers." Poppy's ethereal vocal floats along as the perfect complement to HEALTH's hypnotically dark and moody soundscape that evokes imagery a desolate landscape. It's a moody slow burn track that hits all the perfect dark moments. The choice of Poppy for the track is a fitting one, given the versatility that she's show throughout her career to adapt to different styles of music.
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Deicide to embark on 30th anniversary tour for 'Legion' album

Death metal legends Deicide have announced plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1992 Legion album with a full tour during which the group will perform said album in its entirety each night. Further details have yet to be announced beyond the promotional graphic pictured below.
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HEALTH Pull in Poppy for Darkly Hypnotic New Song ‘Dead Flowers’

Electro-industrial outfit HEALTH continue to dip into the hard rock and metal world, this time pulling in Poppy for a collaboration on their new track "Dead Flowers." Poppy's ethereal vocal floats along as the perfect complement to HEALTH's hypnotically dark and moody soundscape that evokes imagery a desolate landscape. It's a moody slow burn track that hits all the perfect dark moments. The choice of Poppy for the track is a fitting one, given the versatility that she's show throughout her career to adapt to different styles of music.
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HEALTH Collaborate With Poppy For New Single “DEAD FLOWERS”

HEALTH have released a new single, a collaboration with Poppy titled “DEAD FLOWERS.” The new song is set to be featured on the band’s forthcoming album, DISCO4 :: PART II, and it is out now via Loma Vista. Listen below. Earlier this year, the band collaborated with Tyler Bates for...
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