Stream the closing track, “First Night after Death”, from GOG’s self-titled album
Death metal totality. Fast. Explicit. Unrelenting. No hostages. No mercy.
Breaking the stereotype of one-sided split releases, don’t ignore P.H.O.B.O.S. just because this is Blut aus Nord’s best work to date.
Bergmetal, the book, explores the correlation between metal, mountains, and mysticism.
Stream the Blazebirth Hall worshipping lo-fi fuzz of Northward’s swansong EP.
Stream some thrashy, melodic black metal from Atlanta based trio, Anfang.
Nauseating psychedelia reaches fever pitch on the new material from H.V. Lyngdal. Black ‘n Kraut ambient all the way down… down…. down.
Discussing Thrall’s third album, Aokigahara Jukai, Japanese culture and its appropriation of death, as well as some token misanthropy.
We talk to Toby Driver about Kayo Dot’s new double album, Hubardo, and his recent obsession with crowd-funded projects.
Taking the Blaze’s trademark repetitive sound to new depths of melody and triumph.
A reworking of our Schopenhauer & black metal piece. An attempt to elucidate the similarities between black metal and the famous pessimist.
Horse Latitudes return with a new record full of low end occult doom metal which shrugs off the cliches of the genre and serves up a powerful encompassing listen.