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.
The innovative Wreck and Reference have flourished since their demo. In an attempt to kill two birds with one stone, LURKER reviews their new album, Youth, then explores it with Ignat and Felix in an in-depth and exclusive interview.
In this four-part series, LURKER gains unprecedented access to one of rock n roll's great minds – Rob Miller of Amebix. Join us as we delve far beyond the music to uncover a gripping philosophy and way of life. Part I explores Amebix's influences.
The virtual mountains and glaciers of Skyrim are made all the more imposing by the grand soundtrack that accompanies the Dragonborn's adventures. LURKER puts the video game to one side to discover the artist responsible for these battle anthems.
LURKER talks pure black metal and the merits of vinyl with None Shall Defy. The article includes reviews of Deathgate Arkanum, I Shalt Become, Animus Mortis, Akitsa, Horns and Die Toten kehren wieder mit dem Wind.
Deathspell Omega is the most relevant band in black metal. This is non-negotiable. They have received as much criticism as praise for their challenging take on the genre but remain untouchable and transcendent. Now with the final part of the trilogy Paracletus impending, LURKER looks into Deathspell Omega's past and...