Modified Ghost Festival II May 25-28, Vancouver, BC Hosted by the Red Room Ultra Bar and The Rickshaw Theatre It’s beyond satisfying to admit that this was – without a doubt – a triumph. To see an event as ambitious as this succeed against the odds is a testament to what can
2017 has been an insane year for festivals so far, with both Modified Ghost Fest and Covenant Fest absolutely decimating Vancouver with varying shades of pitch-black audio. But the year isn’t over yet, and we’re so happy to be sponsoring a doomedelic celebration of riffage this August – the first
Tucson’s GODHUNTER covered “Walking With A Ghost” by Tegan and Sara, and have just released a video for the track directed by Mitch Wells from Thou, which we’re excited to be sharing with you today. The song deals with suicide awareness, and if you’re someone who’s lost a loved one
When I was a kid, I dreaded every Sunday being dragged to church to sit there bored out of my tree for three hours. If I was lucky, I would get shuffled out to Sunday School, and then I would have to listen to the holier than thou suck ups
OATHBREAKER are a band that have graced these pages countless times over the course of our existence. They consistently blow away audiences around the world with their breathtaking and soul-crushing sound. Here’s a live set of them performing in the Audiotree studios, which is available for purchase and download below
Maniacal thrash metal comes to you straight from the heart of kvlt country, Cvlt Nation – The band is Bütcher. Their album is entitled Bestial Fukkin’ Warmachine. Let me get this straight. Thrash is supposed to be dead? Uh-uh, it isn’t. Take this band of lunatics from Bütcher, for example.
Germany’s KAVRILA have a new album coming out via Backbite Records, Breathe Plastic Records and Medusa Crush Recordings entitled Blight. Today we’re excited to be streaming Blight in full below…if you’ve ever wanted to know what a blight would sound like in audio form, this is it! Punishing, scathing and heavy. Make sure
Reading Michael Griffin’s prose and listening to his ambient/drone compositions achieve similar ends: the effect on the reader or listener is calmly disconcerting. “Calm” might seem an odd word to attach to a horror writer’s prose, but it’s the sort of uneasy calm of a David Lynch set piece. In