Tag Archives: Glen Benton

Metal Review: Belphegor: Conjuring the Dead (2014)

Belphegor: Conjuring the Dead

Austria’s Belphegor is back with their tenth full-length release, “Conjuring the Dead,” mixing their blasphemous style of death metal with black metal and anything that they can get their hands on. If you are looking for heavy, you know that Belphegor provides it and “Conjuring the Dead” is no different. Opening with Gasmask Terror, the

Metal Review: Deicide: In the Minds of Evil (2013)

Deicide In the Minds of Evil

It has been nearly ten years since founding guitarists Eric and Brian Hoffman left the death metal legion known as Deicide. Since that time, mainstays Glen Benton and Steve Asheim have been pretty hit or miss with the quality of their output. There is no denying that 2006’s “The Stench of Redemption” was an important

Deicide Working on New Album

Death metal giants Deicide have stated that we can expect new material from the band as Deicide are working on the follow-up to 2011’s “To Hell With God.” Little is known about the new album so far but the recording is underway. Main man and vocalist Glen Benton sends the following update: “We’ve been recording

Metal Review – Deicide – To Hell With God (2011)

Deicide is a legendary Death Metal band probably best known for their earlier releases and their Satanic / Anti-Christian themes and imagery. Deicide’s sound has dramatically changed within their past few releases due to line-up changes and the departure of the Hoffman brothers. Deicide, along with Morbid Angel and Obituary, put the Florida Death Metal