Reviews

Solar Infinite…
Blood Bright Star
Album Review & Stream

Blood Bright Star are definitely an intriguing enigma. The entity helmed by Reuben Sawyer conjures a strange but beguiling sound that explores the realms of ambient, drone, and folk. With releases on Florida label Ivory Antler, including their split LP

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Bone Sickness – Alone in the Grave Album Review

It’s another album in a sea of death metal. The renaissance of underground death metal in the last few years has been exhilarating to witness as it furrows its way out of the ghastly depths, with allegiances firmly aligned with

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MOSS – Horrible Night Review

Despite being together as a band for nearly thirteen years, the UK-based MOSS are only now on the cusp of releasing their third full length. That’s not to say that this trio have been resting on their laurels, heck no,

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Surf Nazis Must Die!
GORESHACK Review

Death Metal and Grind mixed with Surf Rock???? Yes, you heard right. Here we have a group of five foul mouthed surf zombies hailing from the decrepit sands of Wormwood Beach, CA.. (Fresno, CA to be exact) entitled GORESHACK and

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Datura wrightii…
DOTH – Review + Stream

Enigmatic avantgarde-black metal outfit convey a sense of writhing, lurking doom in Datura Wrightii. It seems that Tagobella have their hands full with fresh, and at times, mysterious talent. There is an air about Doth that is both heavily elemental and

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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  the punk canon in the form of hardcore ferocity of the 80’s and some pop sensibilities of the early 90’s. New Brigade,

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CULT OF ERINYES & ZIFIR SPLIT REVIEW

About a year ago I was highly excited about Cult Of Erinyes’ first full length album, so when I got their new split tape in the mail, I was eager to give it a spin. Not only because it was

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VIT – The Dry Season
Review

Doom / black metal band Vit’s recent album The Dry Season is perhaps one of the genre’s most interesting releases this year. The Dry Season feels like an innately looming album; it has an aesthetic that is truly moving and

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The Underground Resistance…
Darkthrone Review + Stream

You really have to commend Darkthrone. Never ones to pander, the hellish duo of Fenriz and Nocturno Culto have long left the cold black metal sound behind, the sound that brought them to the ball and have since traversed different

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