Genre bending cosmic warlords from Finland release their latest opus. We reflect on the past to make sense of the present.
An obscure American industrial compilation yields a few pearls in the muck, and serves as a foggy window into a (justly) forgotten moment in the evolution of extreme music.
A reworking of our Schopenhauer & black metal piece. An attempt to elucidate the similarities between black metal and the famous pessimist.
Visual artifacts from Bosse-De-Nage and Sump live in London.
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.
Prodigious in output, singular in sound: Mories de Jong of Gnaw Their Tongues returns with a new sound, a new project and a new album. We catch up with the man himself to see how his landscape has changed since our 2010 interview.
Beneath Dephosphorus's debut album lies a whole other universe of ideas.
The second post in our series on British Black Metal looks at another unsung mastermind, Dorset's Myrrdin.
The first of several posts covering some of the best, and often criminally ignored, Black Metal bands to come out of the UK. LURKER is proud to begin by introducing Oubliette, a dead but thankfully not forgotten project, to a new generation of fans.
Drawing blood for Satan on the front line.
With the advent of Burzum's new album Umskiptar, LURKER looks back on how the project has developed since the Count's release and considers some of the flak he's taken in the process.