The album opens with a sort of discordant strumming and immediately launches the listener into a whirlwind of blasting, furious Death. Altarage waste no time getting down to the matter, and they unleash their hellscape of a record by holding nothing back. Opener “Sighting” is both heavy and slow and
If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we are HUGE fans of TEMPLE NIGHTSIDE. Their ritualistic death metal has spoken to us for years. It has just been brought to our attention that they will be performing at this year’s Never Surrender Fest Vol.
Dani Filth has had a long and storied career, but despite all the controversies Cradle of Filth are in the strongest position they’ve been in years, undergoing a lineup shift that’s re-invigorated their live performance. Just before setting out on an expansive world tour, he took a moment to sit
One of the greatest sources of inspiration when following a band through their inception on to bigger things is when you see a group venture into uncharted waters. Experimentation is how we got to where we are as a musical world. Just think if we got stuck covering Beatles songs
If any UK doom releases pass through the assured hands of Chris Fielding at Skyhammer Studios you can rest assured it almost comes with a quality stamp embedded through its core. The latest release to emanate from the hallowed north west of England’s doom control centre is Yn Ol I Annwn,
Pain and anguish has never sounded so fucking good! I won’t front – I love Sludge as a genre, but in 2019 it’s difficult for bands to create an LP in this genre while creating something new. MOROS have done just that with their soon to be released album Weapon that