I have only been recently exposed to the virulent strain of flesh-eating aural violence that is Hagazussa‘s music. I’m happy I have encountered this music, as it has taught me a severe lesson on how the human brain can be subdued and battered into total submission just through the sheer force
TEN – ZEAL and ARDOR Devil Is Fine This collection of genre-bending songs entitled Devil Is Fine was created by Zeal and Ardor hailing from NYC. To put this project into a box would be doing the creators of this music – and you – a great disservice. What I LOVE
Night Profound is a Vancouver, B.C. neofolk duo who have played with the likes of King Dude and Death In June. This began as S.P. Hache’s (Mitochondrion, Auroch, ex-Havoc) solo project in 2010, but R. Scythe Bearer (ex-Pestkreuz, ex-Havoc) joined him in 2012. They actually played a legendary show with King
If you’ve seen King Dude perform his haunting Luciferian ballads live, you know that his audiences are always in for a treat. Having been present at his most recent show in Vancouver, I can attest to this fact. So listen up Chicago, we’ve got a pair of tickets to his Dec.
David Eugene Edwards, main man of Wovenhand, made quite an interesting turn with his previous full-length, Refractory Obdurate. Having signed at the time with Deathwish Inc., it felt fitting to produce a slightly heavier, more aggressive album. That is not to say that he left behind his musical roots, but
It seems as if Detroit-bred and Brooklyn-based artist Nathaniel Shannon has no limits. As a photographer, his work has not only graced CVLT Nation, but also Metal Injection and various other music sites, blogs and art shows across the country. With an ever expanding reputation for capturing the essence of