In a genre where there are thousands of frightful tracks to choose from, these are 13 of the scariest.
From death-metal masterworks to stoner-doom monuments and Big Four thrashterpieces.
Detroit proto-punks address the climate crisis and incompetent governmental leaders.
Seminal Detroit proto-punks plan to release three more songs before year’s end.
Detroit proto-punk trio Death return with their first new material in over 35 years.
N.E.W. will hit shelves this April.
Detriot proto-punks make their late-night debut.
St. Vincent, Mastodon, Spoon, Thurston Moore, Phosphorescent, and more to play Raleigh Festival.
The review where we relate bands to fast food.
Nine more tracks dusted off from Detroit’s underrated heroes.
A recording 40 years old, but only released 5 years ago.