Triumvir Foul’s Spiritual Bloodshed seems to hint at a soundtrack for civilization’s imminent end. Whether that be a result of a natural calamity or a result of some catastrophic feat of violence, Triumvir Foul sends shockwaves throughout the foundation of society as we know it. The pillars are tumbling down,
Since the very beginning, these wolves (ulver in Norwegian) were always moving, shedding their skin from one record to the other, from the black metal days and the folk inclusions, to trip-hop dystopias, deep electronica, neo-classical leanings and krautrock routes. Ulver have been defying genres, chronically refusing to be pigeonholed.
Galloping black metal, thrash influences, blastbeats anyone? Iron Bonehead Productions has an interesting release for fans of raging, uptempo black metal with a mix of elements, namely a self- titled cassette tape release by a band called Mouth of Madness. Always headbang-friendly, never boring, rampaging like a rhinoceros on steroids,
From the Sutekh Hexen Bandcamp page and Grey Sun website: Salem is an occurrence of allusions, devotion and result. “…On May 30th, 2014, Sutekh Hexen performed with several other bands at the Wisp House, a former nunnery located in Salem, Oregon. It was early the next morning; sleep had settled
Sometimes you know that an LP will be perfect before even hearing a single second of it. Sure it’s rare (at least in my case), but when I heard that Philadelphia’s dark punk anti-heroes Blank Spell were going to be releasing an LP, I knew I was going to be
Gloomy Swiss band Future Faces have just dropped my latest obsession, Revolt – their very first EP, and it’s blown me away. This is what I want to show people when they ask to hear what modern goth rock is. It’s what fans of gothic metal should be listening to