With a new album out and the launch of a new business, Author & Punisher brainchild Tristan Stone had plenty to talk to us about recently.
The best thing about Sleepwalker’s latest post-metal release, Monument from the Void, is that it immediately reminds me of…
Deeply personal, intensely revealing, and profoundly forthcoming, Wilderness Hymnal and Duncan Evans are operating at a whole other level on their new single “Three Tempers.”
Warm and inviting in some parts, equally cold and crushing in others, ‘Celestial Blues’ is a journey of poetic and grandiose proportions you do not want to miss
Drone metal quartet Lords of the Drift invite listeners to travel the vast emptiness – or the vast possibilities -…
Montréal-based saxophonist, Jason Sharp is no stranger to the local experimental/improv scenes, mainly exploring eletcro-acoustic and durational music, plus…
With 2017’s Caustic album (their second full-length), Primitive Man proved without a doubt that they are more than capable…
Released via Southern Lord Recordings, Pyroclasts is extremely heavy, bold, and the record that Sunn O))) have been working towards over the past decade.
ISON has easily produced the celestial ambient, post-rock album of 2019 with Inner – Space (Avantgarde Music), an astral journey that begs to be grasped and experienced.
By exposing her hurt, Kristin Hayter aka Lingua Ignota reassures others who have similarly suffered. Out via Profound Lore Records on July 19th, her new album CALIGULA is a fucking masterpiece.
Beastland evokes a nostalgic response through its use of industrial tropes and inspires through its unique instrumental approach but Author & Punisher ultimately rely too heavily on novelty of approach in a woefully disinterested, uninformed musical climate.
With the release of Mineral Bearing Veins, From the Bogs of Aughiska discuss their native Ireland and its rich history, both in the band’s dark ambient scene and in the ancient art of storytelling.
The latest Apocalyptic Witchcraft-released album from Ireland’s From the Bogs of Aughiska, Mineral Bearing Veins is not a safe or simple record: its evocative ambient black metal musical content may be easily accessible, but the themes it deals with are anything but.
We can say with certainty that Ommadon understand the true meaning of heavy music, and demonstrate it on End Times. The finest drone-doom awaits.