DOTH – Review + Stream
Enigmatic avantgarde-black metal outfit convey a sense of writhing, lurking doom in Datura Wrightii. It seems that Tagobella have...
ICEAGE – You’re Nothing Album Review
You’re Nothing, the new album by Danish upstarts Iceage is their second offering of dijointed post-punk with nods to...
CULT OF ERINYES & ZIFIR SPLIT REVIEW
About a year ago I was highly excited about Cult Of Erinyes’ first full length album, so when...
VIT – The Dry Season
Doom / black metal band Vit’s recent album The Dry Season is perhaps one of the genre’s most...
The Underground Resistance…
Darkthrone Review + Stream
You really have to commend Darkthrone. Never ones to pander, the hellish duo of Fenriz and Nocturno Culto...
FORESEEN Review + Stream
Start digging in your closet for that multi-colored Anthrax shirt (size XL) you bought in the mid-80ies, search...
The Calendrical Cycle -
Prologue: The Healer REVIEW
The UK is the home of a bunch of awesome, and very promising, bands. If you pay enough...
Perfume River “Concrete Winter” Review
PERFUME RIVER – CONCRETE WINTER CS by curtainfire Perfumer River returns yet again with a tape release through...
White Glove Test…
Streaming + Review
Review Source:Perpetual Strife Power violence’s most forward thinking act are back with their ambitious new album entitled White...
INTER ARMA – Sky Burial
As the evolution of sound progresses ever forward, the emergence of bands who push the boundaries of traditional perception...
Drink My Tears Review
Lord Time’s most recent release Drink My Tears is an interesting approach to avant-garde black metal songcraft. Andorkappen,...
Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, the long standing Fistula have come forth with “Northern Aggression,” a new searing release...
Brazen Bull of Phalaris
– USNEA – Review
Portland is a well known niche for extreme heavy music. It gave birth to great acts like Aldebaran,...
Cough // Windhand – Reflection of the Negative
There’s something about Richmond, Virginia that seems to result in the bands that are born there being, more...
Winnipeg’s KEN mode mean serious business and that business is mean. This band needs little introduction, but to...
I Hold The Wolf… Rest LP review
Cork’s Rest have been absent for far too long, it’s been nine years since their last album Burning...
Abandon All Life…NAILS
Album Review + More
It’s been nearly three years since Nails released their first record Unsilent Death and ringed us all by...
Gay Kiss – Fault LP
Review + Full Set
I’ve been a fan of Gay Kiss for a while, and their first full length entitled Fault only...
Spectral Tombs: Veins As Poisoned Streams REVIEW
Hailing from Portland comes a four-piece who base their art on the mighty black metal. There was a...