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.
We had a chat with one half of Tronald to get the lowdown on the noisy sludge collective.
Listening to Caustic start-to-finish is much like being dropped into a tomb lined with the bones of previous victims, as your captures go on to torture you in increasingly new and painful ways. Except, this is metal, so it’s enjoyable.
With four years of experience under his belt, Dean Lloyd Robinson – the tortured genius behind KnifedOutOfExistence – is one of the UK noise scene’s most distinctive propositions. Comfortable playing everywhere from crust punk all […]
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 […]
We caught up with Herd Mover’s Jake Burgess (Guitars) to discuss the band’s origins, obscure covers, and politely getting rid of the notion of genre.
We caught up with Ghold in the aftermath of their UK tour with Bongripper to chat temporary housing, Ritual Productions and blown amps.