Minneapolis folk/black metal duo, OAK PANTHEON, are back with their second full length and it’s a stunner. Like their sonic cousins in AGALLOCH, OAK PANTHEON excels at creating melancholic soundscapes […]
For a band that have only been together 8 months, Virginia’s UNSACRED certainly have their act together. They play a melange of old-school hardcore, crust punk, black metal, and a […]
Cultfinder’s debut EP Black Thrashing Terror is pretty much what you’d expect based on it’s title – eleven minutes of crusty blackened thrash. If you’re a fan of Kvelertak or newer […]
Blut Aus Nord have always pushed the boundary of what black metal is, but 777-Cosmosophy strays so far from the genre’s rotting carcass that it can scarcely be considered black metal […]
I have something published on Invisible Oranges! Click this link to read my live review of Woe, Anicon, and Skullshitter ripping the shit out of Saint Vitus in Brooklyn. This […]
It’s been a good year for heavy music. There were an overwhelming amount of amazing releases in 2012, and I was fortunate enough to have access to many of them […]
If you’re in the mood for some angry, putrid filth, then this split EP is probably right up your alley. Read my take on it here.
I’ve got another review up in Hails and Horns Magazine. This time it’s for the fantastic Appalachian black metal band HUNTER’S GROUND. Click this link to wallow in 175 words of sheer […]
There’s a reason I spend a substantial amount of time combing the extreme music underground for obscure bands instead of listening to the latest boring ALL THAT REMAINS or SUICIDE […]
In honor of what would have been Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s birthday, I decided to take a listen to the new album from France’s THE GREAT OLD ONES.