In many ways, the fusion of black metal and crust punk makes complete logical sense. Both genres purvey frenetic, insane bouts of anger, weaving together instruments into a surging, stinging mass of noise that overwhelms the listener completely – albeit in different ways. Crust punk is inherently far more confrontational
Oh, shackle the devil already! What is this refined black metal art doing toiling in the bowels of obscurity? Fallen Empire Records proudly presents us this band with the letter from God-knows-what alphabet. No, really f*ckers, if you want refined, textured, intelligent black metal art, start here on Mispyrming’s Söngvar
Anytime you hear the cymbal crashes more than the tremolo riffs, you know you’re headed Al Necro’s way. I had to listen to this Intolerant album on headset because I couldn’t hear the jizz that was coming out of my speakers. I’ll come out and say that this album got a
Broken Limbs Recordings has the sonic hate you need to get you through these increasingly warm days! They just released a split from Leather Chalice and GIDIM that will crush all light under its glacial avalanche of audio destruction! The split is out on cassette today and you can pick
It was quite an interesting start for Sannhet when they were putting out their debut album, Known Flood. The band from Brooklyn released their first album through Sacrament Music, a label founded by the Saint Vitus Bar in New York. After listening to just the first few seconds of “Abseclon
Scotland’s Barshasketh have been slowly but surely making a name for themselves on their home ground, with 2013s Sitra Achra gaining them attention and plaudits alike for a record that spoke with a maturity and grasp of the genre, while allowing the young band to evolve and seek new movement.