Marking the 20th anniversary of Prurient, Rainbow Mirror proves another immersive listen from the project.
2017 has been a strange year at best – overshadowed by a sense of impending doom, it was inevitable that music’s dark side would rise again this year. And rise again it has.
We talked cats, creative processes and learned about complex musical concepts with Anthoney Cooley.
Ahead of their new LP, we caught up with vocalist Andrew Trevenen to discuss narrative in metal, cinema, and the delicate politics of listening to Burzum.
Having emerged seemingly from nowhere, without the aid of social media, or any of the trappings of today’s status-driven musical economy, Gilman Mom’s music speaks for itself.
Morbid Evils are not brooding post-metallers or experimental doomsters tinkering with notions of subtlety and slow-building tracks – they’re gut-punching metal heavyweights exploring every sonic definition of hatred.
Whilst synths and artificial programming are increasingly developing a healthy partnership with droning extremity, it’s still a rare thing that bands utilize these as primary instruments. Boobs Of DOOM, hailing from the frozen Caledonian wastelands […]
It can be hard to pin down what it is exactly that listeners appreciate about bands like Omahara, and harder still to do so without sounding pretentious.
An excerpt from our in-depth interview with Dragged Into Sunlight.
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 continuous themes of darkness, sludge […]