Hell seems to be a collective assault on the American imagination — the culmination of our entire post-Columbus cultural history and political infrastructure. Ask anyone familiar with it to describe the scene and you’ll likely get the same description across the board — a furnace of torture, suffering, demons and unfathomable pain. Hell is
VRASUBATLAT have four releases that absolutely kill, and we’re excited to share a taste of their horrendous darkness with you today! This label is putting out new LPs from Adzalaan, Serum Dreg and Dagger Lust that will be exclusively available at the upcoming Torment is Flesh fest in PDX this January
SHADOWHOUSE is coming to town this month and I’m stoked! Starting on Friday, they’re embarking on a west coast tour, so if you’re in for a rad night of post punk then make sure you’re at one of this Portland band’s dates. Today we’re very excited to be premiering not only
Matthew Finner interviews Death Bells Antonin Artuad said that “life is a burning up of questions.” What questions does Standing At The Edge Of The World concern itself with? Remy Veselis: I take away a lot of open ended questions with this record that I don’t know if I will
On the real, some of my favorite music comes out as demos that may never be released in any other format. Today we want to celebrate our favorite demos of 2017 – sorry for the lack of reviews. It’s time for you to enjoy this music the way we have!
NINE – THIEVES LP I The boys in Thieves have truly outdone themselves for this release, as each song is infinitely more pissed than the last. This LP is sixteen songs of lament, pain, and tones so heavy you’ll get evicted for playing it past 10:00pm. Fuck your landlord, though,
TEN – DEVOIDOV Here Lies… Remember Pharaoh? Back in 2014, the genius New Jersey-based “depressive hardcore” band released their masterpiece debut full-length Negative Everything on the A389 label to critical acclaim, gifting the world with something unique, harrowing, and unseen which no one in hardcore had attempted before: bending punk rock to
THIRTEEN – DAWN RAY’D The Unlawful Assembly This is not your standard black metal album, and while the band does play homage to the traditional style there are some nice variations. Dawn Ray’d move into the melodic and atmospheric side of black metal, and they are not one of these