War Arts Productions is killing the game right now – with each release this label is going from strength to strength! Unholy awesome, their new split by Irae (Portugal) / Moribund (United States) is more deadly than a bag of poisoned razor blades. When you hear the first song from Irae called
There’s no other way to put it: covering a festival is weird and if you’ve ever been to one music festival, you’ve pretty much been to all of them. Sure, demographics and genres vary, but every festival contains universally predictable traits. People get fucked up, bands play, and you take pics
Chris Jarman has had one hell of a ride in the experimental electronic scene. Starting off as a session musician, participating in numerous records through the years, he entered the drum and bass scene first with Raiden and soon enough with Kamikaze Space Programme. In this interview, we discuss with
Pinched from Dazed Digital Four women, known as the ‘San Antonio Four’, spent 15 years behind bars, convicted for gang-raping two young girls in 1998. Now, Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera, Anna Vasquez and Kristie Mayhugh have been exonerated in a case that was steeped in homophobia and the Satanic Panic.
Wistful melancholia? Perhaps not, but Krypts’ very solemn doom/death metal album Remnants of Expansion is just what a ritual needs for sacred music to accompany dark rites. The vocals are some of the deepest I’ve heard in metal. The rung notes lend some dark dysphoria to the mood induced on the
Unholy awesomeness! Greece’s Ruined Families are back with a new LP entitled Education and a HUGE bag of angular raddness! Some of my favorite moments are when the band turns their furious hardcore into knots of emotion that pack pure power! Has this bands sound grown over the years? The answer
Unholy 666 Beastial Fuck! I FREAKING LOVE my Black Metal covered in dirty feral Black Punk!!! The soon to be released split tape between RUACH RAAH and WØMB is one of the most putrid releases of 2016 and I can not get enough. The riffs that you are about to encounter have been
If you are anything like myself, a trip to the dentist is cringe-worthy at best, and utterly terrifying at worst. I had a colleague of mine, a dentistry student, describe this as “irrational, but not uncommon.” Though it is perhaps of little comfort, visits to the dentist, or the “tooth