Black metal has gone through many transformations since its early proto days, with atmospherics and shoegazing elements among the…
A swarm of underground metal and rock bands invaded Leeds University Union once again this month for the fourteenth installment of the UK’s Damnation Festival. PureGrainAudio was there to experience the now-legendary energy and diversity for which the festival is known.
In many ways, A New Kind of Horror is the aptest of titles – a new spin on an old topic. There’s no chance that either Anaal Nathrakh or humanity are done with their destruction yet. Out now on Metal Blade Records.
Napalm Death meets Anaal Nathrakh and Fukpig – three of Birmingham’s finest show they are Born to Murder The World.
Have Anaal Nathrakh eased up with their sonic rage or is The Whole Of The Law another lesson in brutality that you won’t forget? Read our review to find out…
Anaal Nathrakh are now streaming the terrifying new song “Depravity Favours the Bold” from their forthcoming Metal Blade Records release, The Whole of the Law.
UK extreme metal scumbags push the boundaries of their sound back with a devastating display of pitiful hateful rage on their new album, Desideratum.
One-man black metal projects typically have a bad reputation for being solipsistic and goddamned-boring-as-hellishly “old school fuck-modern-metal-esque raw black metal”. Three-man or more however, almost always bring about a conflict of interests amongst band members after some time, or always effectively end up being the frontman’s “solo project” with the other members being there simply to provide instrumental support. What about two-man teams then?