Now settled after after a tumultuous few years, Ba’al are finally ready to play their latest album live.
Iravu’s savage music is a call to arms to join the fight against injustice.
“While a great deal of us suffer the indignities of being a wage slave, the elite has dick measuring contests of who can colonise space first. It’s absurd.”
In the first part of our trilogy on censorship, police violence and the profit motive within the black metal and drill scenes, we examine the commonalities the black metal scene has with the UK drill scene, and what these two things say about censorship and state violence.
Concluding our look at the best video game scores the medium has to offer.
Announcing our new book club, starting with a sci-fi classic.
Part one of our look at the boundless world of game music.
The blackened post-metal outfit talk experimentation, extinction rebellion and the impending apocalypse.
Exploring the hulking dragons and wicked wyverns of MtG.
A philosophical analysis of two EPs from Manchester black metallers Vow.