The Brvtalist is proud to present the new release from Houston-based industrial outfit Spit Mask. Out now on Glasgow’s Clan Destine Records, Swallow is a punishing amalgamation of Zoth Ommog, early 80’s punk, power electronics and dark, dungeon fetishism. While just being active since 2015, Spit Mask has quickly plowed
Check out episode 25 of Favorite Records featuring Heather Gabel waxing poetic about her love for Rudimentary Peni’s Death Church. It’s pretty cool to hear someone you respect talk passionately about a record that changed your life as well. Rudimentary Peni fucking RULES, and Death Church is a classic…now watch the video!
Text: Mike Hill I’ve known Aaron Turner for two decades, which sounds like a very long time; time flies on broken wings, I suppose. During that time, I’ve observed him, along with a shortlist of other like-minded individuals, transform the landscape of heavy music, propelling it forward into the new
This stop at Psycho Las Vegas won’t be your first United States appearance, but one of your first festival ones; are you excited to be playing to such a massively stacked festival crowd? USA is always exciting. Especially for a little German band like ours. Our first US gig ever was
In recent times, you’ve toured alongside other boundary-dissolving acts such as Chelsea Wolfe and Marriages, as well as been a part of some prominent festivals (such as Roadburn and the upcoming Psycho Las Vegas) that are known for their diverse lineups – how does it feel to be able to
TJ Kliebhan interviews Mike Scheidt of YOB Yob seems to tow the line between making aggressive music with portions that are very beautiful. Is this something you are conscious of during the recording process? Mike Scheidt: This is something that happens more in the songwriting process. Once we’ve arrived in the studio to