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.
When machines and music collide the end result is an album like Author & Punisher’s ‘Krüller’ (Relapse Records). Read our review of his ninth album here.
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
Richmond metal horde, Inter Arma has unveiled a cacophonic cover of Nine Inch Nails’ classic tune, “March of the…
The first time I saw Myrkur (aka Amalie Bruun) she was opening for Wolves in the Throne Room, and I…
Eugene, Oregon’s doom metal trio, YOB, continue to support their critically-acclaimed album Our Raw Heart, which dropped on June 8th, 2018, via Relapse Records and today have confirmed 2020 US and European tour dates.
Along with openers Windhand, post-metal instrumental band Russian Circles’ recent concert at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was utterly impressive. Their stark lighting effectively amplified the mood and menace of the material they were performing.
Gatecreeper’s Deserted (Relapse Records) is 100% classic death metal from a modern band bursting with both talent and balls.
Playing their first Connecticut show in years at Hamden’s The Space Ballroom, indie rock band Ceremony delivered an incredibly engaging performance, with support from Choir Boy and Ned Russin’s Glitterer.
Out July 12th via Relapse Records, Admission is the Torche album that will finally get a criminally underrated band the recognition they sorely deserve. It makes you feel all cuddly and snug and still kicks your ass. Like a Care Bear with a bad attitude.
Due July 26th via Relapse Records, Austin, Texas noise rockers Cherubs return with Immaculada High, an album which holds some of the trio’s most potent songwriting to date. You will experience this record, not just listen to it.
Full of Hell return with their new full-length, Weeping Choir, via Relapse Records and it is genuinely terrifying. Weeping Choir is an absolute nightmare, and that’s what makes it so brilliant.
On November 5th, at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern, Richmond Virginia doom giants Windhand stepped on stage to send Toronto into the deepest realms of stoned-out psych-doom goodness.