The onset of climate change is standing before us, and we are all its chosen ones…
Tag: global warming
Fades to Greed: An Introduction to the Enchanting Psychedelic Doom of Dirt Woman
“It’s hard to be young and know you’ll see extreme man-made devastation to the environment, animals, and humans. I wanted the lyrics to in some way speak to that fear and loss of hope.”
Giver / Sculpture Of Violence – urgent and timely melodic hardcore on quintet’s sophomore album
Thoughtful and inspired songs from one of Germany’s finest hardcore purveyors.
Old Patterns: SIBIIR on Greta Thunberg, Scandinavian Winters and Fighting for a Better Future
The world’s future looks bleak, and it’s often for that reason that we turn to bands like SIBIIR.
Albums of the Decade: An Inside Look at Bismuth’s The Slow Dying Of The Great Barrier Reef
We spoke to one half of Bismuth for this inside look at their 2018 landmark.
A Geological Anomaly: Discussing the Legacy of Humankind with Synth-Punk Purveyors Curse
Curse on their brand new LP, and how it tackles climate change and humanity’s future.
Review: Curse – Metamorphism
A warning from the future…
Review: Seas Of Winter – Dead Forest
90s style black metal riffs meet urgent and forward thinking lyrics
Review: Sūrya – Solastalgia
An impassioned, post-doom battle cry for our troubled planet.