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Ireland’s EORÐESLAJYR just released their debut album HÄXAN on the witches’ sabbath this year, which makes perfect sense, seeing as the album was created as a soundtrack to the Benjamin Christensen 1922 silent classic Häxan. Their album brings the hysteria of the witch hunts to life in an avant doom industrial cacophony. I

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“If the radiance of a thousand suns Were to burst at once into the sky That would be like the splendor of the Mighty One […] I am become Death, The shatterer of worlds.” – Robert J. Oppenheimer, Los Alamos, New Mexico, July 16, 1945, quoting the Bhagavat Gita after witnessing

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“You know Kelsey Schwarz, right?” “No,” I replied. “Who’s that?” “You have to know her,” my friend said. “If you don’t know who she is, you’ve still seen her art.” I turned and looked in her direction, bemused by her response. At the time I didn’t think that it was

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Unholy Triple Beast FUCK! We all know that the VERMIN WOMB LP Decline is off the meat rack when it comes to being brutal! This sonic clinic in rage is out now on vinyl via Translation Loss Records // Throat Ruiner Records, plus out on cassette via Sentient Ruin Laboratories //

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Your last record, People, when you see the smoke, do not think it is the fields they’re burning (2015), has a really different sound, much less “conventional” than your first albums (Monologue and the splits), sounding like an evolution of Har Nevo (2012). Do you agree with that? And was this a conscious decision,

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Relatively new to the black metal scene, Ultha do not rest. Starting off with their demo in 2015, they soon unleashed their debut full-length in Pain Cleanses Every Doubt the same year, and followed that with their participation in a split Bathory cover, alongside Morast, covering the iconic “Raise the

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