Right before soundcheck, it didn’t seem like anything special for a rock show. In a small club on the outskirts of Detroit, a dozen or so requisite black hoodies strolled around, plugging in various cords and tuning assorted guitars. I did not realize that in just a few hours, this
Dissonant, Chaotic, Bulldozing, Apocalyptic Death Metal. Hailing from New Mexico, Dysphotic is making a serious statement with their debut offering, “The Eternal Throne”. Formed in 2015 by Zac The Ripper, a super shredder that spent half of a decade playing in a punishing Doom band called Drought. Around the
Ivar Bjørnson hardly needs an introduction. Founding the legendary black/Viking metal band Enslaved in 1991 alongside Grutle Kjellson at the tender age of 13 years old, the band have since moved from their frosty beginnings to incorporate prog rock, psychedelic, doom, folk and even jazz into their ever evolving sound.
Usually metal either takes itself way too seriously or it doesn’t take itself seriously enough and ends up being an embarrassment. But you can count on the fingers of one hand the times that metal was able to laugh at itself with success and without losing self-respect. Especially Black Metal.
Hissing hail from Seattle Washington and create a frenzied concoction of noise, death, and black metal. Permanent Destitution is the bands first full length, debuting on Profound Lore records. I have to admit that coming into this review I was quite intimidated. Hissing have an extremely complex sound, one of
Inspired by witchcraft and horror movies themes, between doom, sludge, black, grind, death and post metal, a new event for metal maniacs called VVITCH FESTIVAL is coming in Italy. A trilogy of events plus a fourth one, the festival. Three different venues in Milan, 17 bands, some of them for the