Posts Tagged

hell

DoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

HELL, the doom/drone/sludge entity, one-man project of M.S.W., appears to be in a state of re-discovery. Having released a number of albums since 2009, including their trilogy in Hell I, II and III, and participating in some exciting collaborations, the one with Mizmor standing out in particular, it now feels

Read More
DoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicStreaming

It has come to my attention that my own local act, HELL, a fucking evil sounding solo doom project ran out of  “sleepy Salem” Oregon by the elusive and private man known as MSW, is set to put out their first new full length release out on cassette (disregarding a

Read More
Black MetalBlackened CrustDeath MetalDoomFeaturedFeaturesFilmFull SetsLive RitualsMusicMusic Videos

Melting Across America Tour was an offering of two of the best Underground Death Metal bands in the world presented by Signature Riff and Dark Descent Records, pairing Undergang from Copenhagen(((Denmark))) alongside Spectral Voice from Denver(((Colorado))). This month long hellride through America wrapped up in the Bay Area, strategically planned so that the

Read More
ArtAvant GardeBlack MetalDoomEventsFeaturedFeaturesHardcoreLive RitualsMusicPhotographySludge

Text and Photos: Gemma Shaw   It’s finally that time of year again. What seems like an eternity is now upon us. Roadburn is a high point for many worshipers of the riff and its strange relations. A newly expanded 013 venue with more tickets meant more people adding to the unbridled

Read More
Avant GardeDoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Mizmor, or מזמור, is the absurd brainchild of A.L.N., an obscure darkness-worshipping freak from Portland, Oregon, who also plays (as a live musician only?) in the doom metal misery machine Hell. When you run into such projects, essentially what you are up against is the personality, vision, perversions and sentiments

Read More
ArtFeaturedIllustration

A few months back, I traveled to Praha in Czech Republic, and during my time there I visited the Gallery of Art Prague where they were exhibiting – amongst others – the paintings and drawings of Salvador Dali. He is one of my favourite artists, so I was glad to have

Read More