Mae Shults’ fourth album of the year is both brutal and poignant.
A multilayered offsetting of experimentation and crushing heaviness.
Industrial sludge from the Steel City.
A bleak album recalling bad choices and worse results.
The best Kenyan grindcore-noise-trap project we’ve ever heard.
A colossal work which constantly changes form.
Musician and artist Jamie Christ on his numerous projects under the Christwvrks moniker.
Haunting, chilling, beautiful, creepy, powerful.
A frighteningly intense new EP from the inventive UK duo.
Chelsea Wolfe and Jess Gowrie combine on new side project.