The final Isis record is lush and sad, a far cry from their jagged, formless early work. Immediately it’s obvious that there’s a change in the water; their structures are notably clearer, the synergy between musicians is stronger and the tracks are clearer, warmer and more melodic. It’s understandable that
RAKTA is a band from Brazil that we have been into for years! They have a new album called Falha Comum that will be coming out on April 5th via LA VIDA ES UN MUS DISCOS. They will also be kicking off a European tour with Deaf Kids in April,
Otherworldly and mind expansive are words that come to my mind as I listen to the new LP by BONG RA entitled Antediluvian that will be released today via Tartarus Records. This record has me saying – what the fuck, this band is so next level, because it truly sounds like nothing
There’s nothing more captivating for me than a doomy, dreamy sound that perfects the balance between heavy and and ethereal. The UK’s LATITUDES do just that with their sweeping sound that could almost be described as gothic doom. Right now I’m being carried away on the crashing waves of their
The Bridge by Terremoto Buzz or Howl Sessions by Adrenochrome Tessa – Bass The Chameleons – John Peel Sessions Am I allowed to pick an album that isn’t technically an original studio album? The Chameleons three 1980’s era studio albums have to so many amazing tracks but each album just
Tension, Power, Awakening, Movement, Nature – are some of the words that come to my mind as I listen to the new NUR song “Trader.” Their self-titled album comes out on Feb. 2nd via Suicide Records. Check out the exclusive that is taking place below!