“We just wanted to smash together all these different sounds and see what happened.”
“All of us have loved Britpop for years!” – in Conversation With Deafheaven.
As a genre that has long held ties to life’s more sinister subjects, be they theatrical applications of satanic imagery or quite literally using the art of serial killers as […]
From post-rock and funeral doom to vaporwave and noise, we delve into the depths of Bandcamp.
“Sometimes I don’t even think we know what our next move will be.” Pagan on surprising listeners by defying convention.
Nothing says metal like autoregressively generated music made by a recurrent neural network.
HAAN discuss the amalgamation of styles that birthed their music, and why genres are limiting.
Part The Stranger, part The Haxan Cloak, part Distance, we take a dive into the world of Hounfour.
KEN Mode discuss their new LP, from the creepy-ass cover to the inside jokes that line it.
“It’s all personal. It makes it hard to talk about in some ways.” Emma Ruth Rundle Discusses On Dark Horses
An expose on the trials and tribulations that birthed Emma Ruth Rundle’s latest album.
A detailed look at the meticulous planning that goes into Skullcave’s blend of doom and shoegaze.
A new monthly column, wherein we blindly check out releases from the “new arrivals” section of Bandcamp.
Why simply review Magus when you can review the entire Thou back catalouge?
Brexit, Jerry Cantrell, and the Tower of London: A Track-by-Track Look at Allfather’s Fiery New Album
Heavy fucking metal and hard-hitting political lyrics collide on Allfather’s latest LP.
They’re known for some of the most revered material in the history of metal, but they can’t all be winners.
Dan Jackson talks donating to charity, DIY metal and black metal politics.