Devil’s Witches is a one man band who is trying to remain anonymous. What we know so far is that his first name is James. He has created an album that has been critically acclaimed (in our small world of underground critics). His vinyl is selling out, and he has
Exhumed’s front-man Matt Harvey is gracing us with his musical genius for yet another project. His newest band, Pounder, is the traditional metal influenced album we will all be blasting this summer from our t-tops while driving to the beach in our trans-ams (we can wish, right?). This time, we
2017 was a great year for metal. I don’t think I could settle on a personal favorite release or even settle on what label had the best run. However, there’s no doubt in my mind that Fólkvangr Records had the strongest DEBUT year for a metal label. Not only did
Bloated Subhumans recently released Execution 3, a live 6-track session recorded at Strange Matter during Queer Bait Ball last year. This is easily my favorite release of theirs so far. While Commemoration is perfect for dissociating to, Execution 3 manages to encapsulate a powerful, even dance-y energy that studio recordings
Emma Ruth Rundle is one of the best singer-songwriters and guitarists around. Marked for Death, her last album, was released via Sargent House in September 2016. Recording Marked For Death was such an arduous process for Emma and one year later, in Berlin, I talked with her about what has changed since its release.
Matthew Finner interviews Death Bells Antonin Artuad said that “life is a burning up of questions.” What questions does Standing At The Edge Of The World concern itself with? Remy Veselis: I take away a lot of open ended questions with this record that I don’t know if I will