Posts Tagged

Dead To A Dying World

Dis-beatDoomFeaturesInterviewsMusicStreaming

Dead To A Dying World is an epic-crust/black metal band based in Texas. 2018 saw the band release a re-imagination of their debut record, Reprise. We spoke to the band to get find out what led to this look into the past and what the future holds for them: Let’s start

Read More
DoomFeaturedFeaturesInterviewsMusic

Teddie Taylor interviews Dead To A Dying World Dead To A Dying World is cinematic in scale and even mightier in the tales its many moving parts manage to weave. The seven-piece ensemble concocts a sonic experience that is equal parts sunlight as shadow; they intertwine the heartbreak of the viola

Read More
ArtEventsFeaturedFeaturesLive RitualsMusicPhotography

Text & Photos by Kris T. Therrian Read about Days 1 & Two here. DAY THREE (Saturday) rolled in with a lamentable mistake owing to… not enough sleep, perhaps? The initial plan was to check Skepticism‘s entire set, but in the meantime, there has been so much praise about Yodok III

Read More
Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeBlack MetalDeath MetalDoomFeaturedPost-Punk

TEN – TETRAGRAMMACIDE  Typhonian Wormholes: Indecipherable Anti​-​Structural Formulæ Forget music. Forget anything that resembles it. Now try to imagine the incomprehensible: the complete disintegration of all matter; unit by unit, piece by piece, cell by cell. Much like what takes place in the center of a black hole, the actual experience

Read More
ArtFeaturedLive RitualsPhotography

Text and: Adam Murray On the fourteenth night of October, 2015, Glendale was alive with the sound of thunder, both from the sky and the Complex bar. Missed the first band, Dead To A Dying World, unfortunately, as I had heard of them and was curious. However, L.A. rain and

Read More
Black MetalDeath RockDoomFeaturedFeaturesLive RitualsSludge

Photos: Josh Ford Every October, as the summer sun finally recedes into its own burning torment, the shadows in Tucson, Arizona come out to play for Southwest Terror Fest. 2015 marks the festival’s fourth iteration, with last year’s third volume containing titanic sets from the likes of Sunn O))), Neurosis

Read More