Nathan Tucker interviews Come to Grief In 1994, Grief released Come To Grief, one of the heaviest and slowest albums around at the time. It marked a change in style and speed that only a handful of bands could combat with. After about seven years of silence, original guitar player
Deathrock icon Razor Candi is at long last releasing a high quality photo book to showcase her work after 13 years of professional online modeling. Razor Candi’s DIY career propelled with the popularity of social networking in 2003 alongside the mid-00’s Deathrock Revival period. Raising the bar for and inspiring fashion and
An interview with Geneviève & S. of Menace Ruine By The Brvtalist For the past 10 years, Montreal’s Menace Ruine has defied genre boundaries and ripped through black metal constructs with their powerful, atmospheric output that touches on influences ranging from dark ambient, power electronics and primitive black metal.
Over the Summer of this year, Portland postpunkers Soft Kill embarked on their first headliner tour of the US. The dates with Vancouver-cum-San Diego postpunk act Underpass were a huge success, and the band debuted new material off their upcoming LP, Choke. (That album will be released in November, 2016
When I was a moody teen in junior high, I sent off for the Projekt Records catalogs quite frequently (paper catalogs through the mail, mind you!) – and it was in the pages of those that I first read about unheard-of genres with lush, evocative, and appealing titles like “darkwave,” “dream
This is the fifth iteration of Southwest Terror Fest. How’s the experience been putting this annual fest together for the last half decade? [Laughs] That’s a loaded question. At times it’s awesome, and at times it’s a fuckin nightmare. The payoff has generally been pretty great, we’ve only really had