Building arcs in your work is not easy. Yellow Eyes are returning two years after their excellent third full-length, Sick With Bloom, an album radiating with a fiery take on black metal, dense layering, animalistic attitude and atmospheric tendencies. For each minute of that album Yellow Eyes felt completely comfortable
Mike Scheidt’s return to the stage at Northwest Terror Fest last month was a seemingly long-awaited event for YOB fans. Nearly five months after a sudden, emergency hospitalization followed by a live-saving surgery earlier in the year, Scheidt was eagerly preparing to once again play to a sold-out Seattle crowd.
Dazed Digital’s Radar Radio has a new episode up featuring an interview with a couple of our favorite punks – TheOGM and Eaddy of ho99o9. Although I haven’t seen them live yet, Sean came home from their Vancouver show preaching the word of HO99O9! Check out this rad interview below…
Life is thrilling and dangerous, but also mundane. Olivier de Sagazan pulls inspiration from his African birthplace as well as his perception of human beings disguising the strange condition of our lives. In his words, we are “focusing on daily tasks, perhaps forgetting the poetry of this strange world,” and
For those that give sacrament to CVLT NATION on a regular basis, you’ve probably already seen our stream of Pig’s Blood’s new S/T. For those who haven’t, get the fuck off whatever trendy music site you’re currently following and devote your eyes, ears, and all other mortal tendencies to us!
A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky to get the chance to premiere the new video for the track “Stranger (feat. SAMMUS)” off of SEEMING’s upcoming record on Artoffact Records, SOL. Seeming blends post-punk, industrial and pop in a witty, addictive way, and the intense atmosphere that drew me
I FUCKING LOVE HARDCORE PUNK and have for many decades. I don’t see myself not digging this type of music anytime soon, because when it’s done right, it becomes a part of my core! Case in point is MONTREAL’s GAZM. Damn, this FUCKING band RULES on so many levels and