SILENT AGE from Chicago, consisting of ex-members of Population (see that band’s 2014 CVLT Nation interview with me here), play a kind of darkened minimalist postpunk that fans of The Sound and Modern Eon should check out. The hardcore punk pedigree of the band is still there, but this is introspective
Death Worship is Cvlt Nation Penultimate, the pennant and pinnacle of cvlt music. War metal this brutal doesn’t come often, and collaborations between members of legendary band Blasphemy and Revenge are undisputed for music more than hype or notoriety. And while there is certainly a lot of buzz surrounding this
Footpaths‘ music is like a lonesome descent. Like the slipping away of hope and the tasting on your lips of the second it leaves your grasp. From there, you feel the cold throes of no return clinging to your entire body… You get lost within the labyrinths of your own mind.
Doom comes in many sonic shapes and forms, which is why I can never get enough. I love to hear when bands push themselves out of their comfort zone to create art that really stands the test of time. It’s also very interesting to hear when bands find inspiration in
Jon Edifice is one of the most talented unknown humans creating Post-Punk right now. Not very much is known about him – which is fine with me, because the music he creates is WAY FUCKING BEYOND SICK!!! The sonic textures that this guy explores will melt your nightmares and lock
Photographer Emily Harris has crossed over into a more more expansive medium of film to delve deeper into heavy metal subculture. Her studies first looked at the Atlanta Metal scene, and now find her looking the world over at some of the biggest festivals, from the Tuska Open Air Festival