David D’Andrea’s art combines 60’s concert posters with ancient religious iconography and various other occult miscellany and ephemera. His sinuous pen and ink drawings are perhaps most recognizable on his posters for bands including Sleep, High On Fire, Om and many more. He runs his own printing company under the
The Sound of Progress is a very interesting Dutch documentary that asks the question, what is pop music? The characters that are featured in this film are spot on. So who are you going to see while watching this? Coil, Test Dept., Foetus and Current 93 all explaining their art
Chaos magick is unlike any other system of magick, mainly because it is not a system of magick. It is a Meta system, serving as a framework to put other systems into. Practitioners see it as being not only a more diverse path, but also one that is more grounded.
Led by husband and wife duo Erin and Katrin Powell (née Katrin X), Awen hail from Dallas, a city not normally associated with neofolk or martial music. Awen’s second LP, Grim King of the Ghosts, recently came out on Old Europa Café, and it showcases a style that ranges from
Native American dark folk act Nechochwen state that they “look to the past, before industrialization, [for inspiration] and always try to picture things before the settlers came to the area. There is a bleakness here that blinds locals to the beauty around them, and eventually that worms its way into
Over two years ago, in my review of Cult of Youth’s Love Will Prevail, I wrote that it “really is one of those rare ‘next level’ LPs that bands always strive to create,” and I think I also called it a “game changer.” These are words that I still stand