According to their bio page on the Retro Futurist Records website (the label founded by legendary experi-metal band Kylesa), South Carolina’s Darkentries offer a “post-genre take on modern heavy music”. As ambiguous as that sounds, it’s the closest description possible for what you’ll hear on The Make Believe, Darkentries’ latest
“I was born to lose / I won’t have this form forever.” Jenks Miller opens Piedmont Apocrypha with this, an elucidation of shape-shifting and impermanence and maybe even reincarnation. And unlike on previous Horseback records, Miller delivers this line without mask or growl, just clearly and precisely over acoustic guitars
Text & Photos by Jorge Silva Just a mere three weeks after Scott Kelly played in that very same room, it was time for Michael Gira to grace the stage at Passos Manuel (a venue that once was a cinema and that maintains its’ seated places). The rain that had
NINA SIMONE was an artist who changed the world with her voice and views. Without screaming or heavy riffs, this sister was punk rock and doom metal in her own right. With lyrics that spoke about revolution and a singing voice that painted the pain of the downtrodden, she was
Hands down, one of my favorite bands of all time is AMEBIX! This is why this download of them live in 1986 is freaking golden…NO GODS NO MASTERS! Arise and enjoy this killer AMEBIX gig!
1985 to 1986 was a strange and cool time to be a part of the underground music scene in Los Angeles. I remember during this era you had punks getting into hip hop, country, deathrock, classic rock and industrial. Places like the Scream and the Fetish Club were the shit