Emma Ruth Rundle has paid her dues in bands like Red Sparowes and Marriages and late last year released her solo album Marked For Death. I caught up with Emma after catching her powerfully moving set at Masquerade in Atlanta when she rolled through with Deafheaven and This Will Destroy
Death in June are a band who have been dogged by controversy, but the influence of their music and aesthetic on the underground is undeniable. Today we want to share with you two amazing Death in June cover projects – Sweden’s Down in June and Germany’s Death in Rome. They both
Exclusive CVLT Nation Streaming Common Eider, King Eider – “The Dark Winter (Sing Out Into the Dark Night Sky!)”
Common Eider, King Eider are masters in sculpting absolutely grandiose and mind-bending blackened ritualistic ambience. The San Francisco dark ambient/blackened drone unit have been around since the mid-2000s, never ceasing to amaze in their patient and meticulous weaving of shadows, light, earth, moss, and blood, to create an invisible connecting
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.
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