What do you get when you blend the volatile jazz of Dead Neanderthals, the spiralling black metal of Celestial Bodies and the esoteric songcraft of Kees Peerdeman? That’s right; the woundingly charred sounds of Cryptae.
A discussion on creativity, Amen Ra’s namesake and alternative mixes.
Transcending their genre through intelligent experimentations that seldom miss their mark, Blut Aus Nord offer up increasingly more punishing sonic stylings as they obliterate the notion of genre on Deus Salutis Meae.
The third instalment in the New York outift’s experimental discography continues to delve into challenging aural territories, blending their twisted interpretations of various metal subgenres to explore only the most torturous forms of musical extremity.
Whilst obfuscation and internet-based escapism are part and parcel of Russia’s forward thinking club scene, so too, is a strong spiritual ethos. Russian collective CELES7E – who have spent 2017 pushing […]
As Neurosis’ second album gets a reissue, we take a look at its importance in their musical progression.
Listening to a good post-metal release is much like taking a long walk in nature or reading a compelling book: cathartic in an entirely non-violent fashion. Whether its black metal’s […]