Reflections on “post-black” through a founding text.
Song From A Broken World: A look at the tumultuous musical career of Gary Numan
A retrospective looking at the eighteen releases that have brought the renowned artist to where he is today.
Proceeds the Weedian: The Enduring Legacy of Dopesmoker
On Sleep’s infamous third record, the band took the genre’s tropes to their most logical and illogical extremes.
How Cirith Ungol’s Second Album Dodged Trends to Help Define Doom
With multiple generations of subsequent doom bands citing them as a major influence, Cirith Ungol have begun to take their rightful place as metal pioneers.
Albums of the Decade: Black Peaks – Statues
Black Peaks have done much to prove that artistic, classy and fearless modern music is capable of making a huge impact beyond the underground.
Albums of the Decade: Batushka – Litourgiya
Heavy with melody, and making good use of dynamics and contrast, Litourgiya possesses something which only the best black metal has…
Albums of the Decade: Thou – Magus
The Summer of Thou may now be in the past, but we won’t be forgetting Magus anytime soon.
Albums of the Decade: Primitive Man – Caustic
The heaviest album of the decade? Quite possibly.
Albums of the Decade: Body Void – I Live Inside A Burning House
A monument to pain, but also a manual for survival.
Albums of the Decade: Marissa Nadler – Strangers
Marissa Nadler finds nuggets of poetry in the humdrum of everyday life, turning doom and gloom into something ethereal.