So what do we have here? The new Southern Lord sampler features 20 awesome bands from their heavy roster. Now how much is this going to set you bacK? Drum roll please…. One Dollar! Southern Lord Label Sampler by Southern Lord Sampler
11Paranoias is the vessel of Adam Richardson, vocalist and bassist of Ramesses, which was initially founded around the same time Ramesses went into a form of hiatus. At first, the project also featured fellow Ramesses drummer Mark Greening, who was later replaced by Satan’s Wrath and ex-Capricorns member, Nathan Perrier.
Unholy triple fuck… the art and tattoo work of Róbert Borbás (aka Grindesign) is beyond fucking unreal. This is straight plugged into the dark side, and when you look at his work you can see that he is passionate it about it! His lines are so rad and so many of
I am not here to help you. But if something I’ve learned is useful to you, take it and make it your own. Similar words were once said to me by a Druid, whose example was of great help to me when I was transitioning my magick practice from the
Kevin Rhea was the lead singer of the infamous hardcore band NASA Space Universe, a band whose lyrics often read more like a Philip K. Dick novel and who made a huge impact on the current state of American hardcore. Through sonic pulses and his ferocious screams, NSU takes us to another
It seems like these last couple of months of 2016 are too packed with rad shows! Even so, we’re already looking forward to January 2017, when ENTOMBED A.D. hits the North American road with FULL OF HELL and TURBID NORTH! We are so stoked to be sponsoring this awesome tour, which
Eschaton is the resulting merge of a stellar collaboration between Orphx (Christie and Rich) and Ancient Methods (Michael). In this interview, we discuss with all three members of Eschaton how this synergy came to be, the difficulties in collaborating through file sharing and their plans for the future. Dive in!
The first thing that hits me about this New Zealand band’s fifth album is how ULCERATE have returned to the denser sound of their best album to date, Destroyers of All. This might clue you in as to where it falls on the sonic scale. The next question is from a songwriting