In recent years, there hasn’t quite been any black metal band as consistently brilliant as France’s Blut Aus Nord, save maybe for their fellow countrymen and sonic brethren in Deathspell Omega. Their ‘90s output was solid, but 2004’s The Work Which Transforms God is an absolutely flawless piece of avant-garde
Fuzzed Out and Bugged Out decided to have a sonic bastard child and name it BEIGE EAGLE BOYS. These noise-addicted audio freak subhumans have a new album entitled You’re Gonna Get Yours that comes out today via Reptilian Records. So now plug yourself into this full stream below and know
Lincoln, Nebraska isn’t the first place one would go looking for avant-garde prog metal, but that’s part what makes this noise-influenced two-piece such a unique outfit. Though Gnawstic still resides in the depths of the metal underground, the duo of Sam Meints and Marshal Fisher have been recording and playing their abrasive
Fragment King is a band I had little to no familiarity with going into this, and I honestly think that was a boon to my overall listening experience. With no preconceived notions of the band, it was much easier to confront the subtle brand of chaos that Fragment King offers.
When I heard that Wolves in The Throne Room were going to release a new full-length, I was thrilled. And this excitement only increased when it was mentioned that their new album, Celestite, would act as a companion to their previous full-length, Celestial Lineage. And why should I not be?
I think attempting to debate what Mueller has written on the newly-released Death Blues record will get me straight back to where I was with Chrome’s “Feel It Like A Scientist”, so I’d prefer not to go in that direction for the sake of exploring another, say, new dimension instead. To get
Hit play, and let the sinister audio veils of GOG descend upon your mind…”The Lies, They Want to Give You Something” is the first track off their upcoming s/t record, and it takes your mind to a place where a grey mist clamors with beautiful melodies, and the sweetest suffocation
Maxime Taccardi is a human that is creative beyond fucking belief, from creating insane artwork to directing sinister and deranged films. He also knows how to conjure demonic sonic terror in the form of his musical project K.F.R.. His music sounds like you have your ears connected to a dust
There have been two times in my life where I wanted to be a banana slug. The first would’ve been on June 22, 1999, when Oakland California’s Sleepytime Gorilla Museum played their first show to an audience of one small, yellow attendee. About two years later, the group put out
As the new incarnation of ritual-noisic project Cultus Sabbati (less one member), HK8 makes good on the commitment of its remaining members to provide their listeners with aural snapshots of an evolving spiritual journey. Debut album Jihad is ritual music with the desert at its heart: heaving, caustic drones slowly
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Pick up the William Fowler Collins/Daniel Menche split here via SIGE Records. WFC: How did you find the Jean Paul text we used for inspiration for this split? DM: It all started by stumbling on this odd extract from the brilliant blog 50watts that is dedicated to amazing old book