Progressive leanings merge with a tough blackened death sound.
A challenging album of misanthropic, agonising sludge.
The boundaries of black metal are pushed ever further on this powerful release.
Dark, eerie atmospheres and ferocious riffs lace this dynamic and promising debut.
A restless and relentless blend of genre hallmarks.
“I’m Not Mad That Nazis Make Metal, I’m Mad That Nazis Breathe Air”.
Twenty years on, we revisit a ’90s death metal classic.
Thrilled by the immersive and imposing power of Mire, we had an in-depth conversation with Conjurer to find out about their origins, the creation of their debut album and how they found their signature sound.
So often are metal acts defined as “crazy” or “frenzied” that such descriptions often mean little in the grand scope of the genre, but if one band are deserving of such titles, it’s Pyrrhon.
It’s a testament to the absurdity of metal that an album called Tchornobog is one of Bandcamp’s best-selling albums from the genre in recent weeks.
So, what exactly does “astrogrind” sound like? Well if the third album from Greek outfit Dephosphorus is anything to go by, it’s a noisy and suitably eclectic style of music infused with smatterings of punk, various subgenres of extreme metal and, you guessed it, grindcore.
An excerpt from our in-depth interview with Dragged Into Sunlight.