Black Hole Gods; an Interview with Cardinal Wyrm

.:.BLACK HOLE GODS.:. An Interview with Pranjal Tiwari of Cardinal Wyrm _______________________ HH: A year after the release of your band’s debut album, ‘Another Holy Trinity’, you are back with ...

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Final Mysteries; an Interview with Clay Ruby of Burial Hex

.:.FINAL MYSTERIES.:. An Interview with Clay Ruby of Burial Hex by S. L. Weatherford ___ An important cycle for post-industrial music is nearing its inevitable conclusion in November when Handmade ...

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Exclusive: Premiering “The Hierophant” by Burial Hex + Circulation of Light Remix

“The Hierophant”, featured below, is the title track from Burial Hex‘s anticipated forthcoming album on Handmade Birds.  Cerebral, esoteric, and aided by another brilliant violin performance from Kinit Her‘s Troy ...

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Ixaxaar Presents: ÞURSAKYNGI – Volume I – The Essence of Thursian Sorcery

ÞURSAKYNGI – Volume I – The Essence of Thursian Sorcery by EKORTU will ...
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View the New Video for Statiqbloom’s “Behind Glass_Second Pane”

Taken from the recent split with Zex Model, which is available in ...

Scarlet Imprint to Publish ‘Reasonances’ by Occultural Pioneer Carl Abrahamsson

Reasonances is ​an anthology of selected essays, lectures and interviews by​ occultural pioneer Carl ...

Bleeps, Blasts, Drones and Noise from Fabrica Records

Sindre Bjerga - Future Jazz Loops  “Cassette player drones and kitchen sink psychedelia, ...

Cyclic Law: Organic Meditations and Dark Orchestrations, New Releases by PHURPA and Desiderii Marginis

“Hypnosis” is the eighth full length album by the long established and ...

It’s Pre-order Time at Zoharum

Orders are now being taken for four new releases. Maninkari return with their second ...

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Tomaga Futura Grotesk

Tomaga – Futura Grotesk

Simplicity is the new complexity. That sort of realization is the essence of my time spent with Tomaga’s brand new LP, Futura Grotesk, which has just been released through the French Hands in the Dark Records. If I am to be honest, from my very first glimpses of Futura Grotesk‘s glitchy and deformed artwork, I was […]

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Against The Post-Modern World; an Interview with Sol Mutti of TSIDMZ

.:.AGAINST THE POST-MODERN WORLD.:. An Interview with Sol Mutti by Yannis  ___ Heathen Harvest: Please provide us with a short background on what motivated you to form TSIDMZ. Sol Mutti: A lot of music since from my childhood, from classical music to electronic music, folk, medieval, ambient and popular music until Pink Floyd, early black metal, techno and EBM music. […]

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Skullflower – Draconis

I have to start by confessing one thing, IIIrd Gatekeeper, one of Skullflower’s earlier works, is one of my favourite albums of all time. It is noisy and psychedelic, raw but with a beat behind it, makes you feel chipper but powerful and is perfect driving music for desert wastes or scum suburbia. Since then, […]

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Kentin Jivek & Miro Snejdr – Voir Dire

Though it has given birth to many moving classics, neofolk music has always had a problem with repetition and soundalikes. Any standout artist is found after wading through an ocean of Death in June and Sol Invictus worshippers. Even outstanding bands often stick to one well-tread path of their choosing and perfect it in a […]

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20.SV – The Great Sonic Wave

20.SV is one of the many projects of Osman Arabi, a guitarist/noisemaker/sound designer based in Lebanon who has explored different facets of experimental/noise/industrial music and released hours upon hours of music under different names and projects (Kafan, Seeker, Shamanic Death Trance, The Ritual Inclusion of Code, Veinen, Xardas ). His works don’t necessarily fall into […]

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Aveparthe – Landscapes over the Sea

There are two things about collaborations. They either turn out to be a one-off thing, which haunts you during your whole lifetime as something very special and one-of-a-kind, especially if it wasn’t published but only experienced live. The other option is when collaborations become a sustainable practice between artists or even give birth to a whole […]

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Vishudha Kali – Psenodakh

The least ambitious music fools you with emotion. The slightly more adept aims at telling a wordless story. Highest of all, whatever form it takes, music aims for the sublime and in this it is like other art. As such, it reaches for the unnameable, that feeling of lucid solidarity with the universe and although […]

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Askrinn – Hjørleifsljóð

“Hjørleifsljóð,” the self-released debut of the one-man black metal project Askrinn, begins so suddenly that I was taken quite aback – I wasn’t sure if the disc might have skipped, so abruptly does it plunge into its pagan metal, double-kicking and tremolo-picking groove. The brusqueness of this beginning is indicative of the album’s mindset – […]

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We Are The Siamese Twins of Guitar Drone; an Interview with Tim Holehouse and Peter Verwimp

.:.We Are The Siamese Twins of Guitar Drone.:. an Interview with Tim Holehouse and Peter Verwimp By Angel S. “If Peter was living in the same city, or at least the same country, we would have been making music together for ages.” That’s how the one man drone / folk adventurer Timothy C. Holehouse (TCH) described […]

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Exclusive: Premiering New Track From Anatomy of Habit, “Ciphers + Axioms”

Chicago post-metal/noise rock unit, Anatomy of Habit, will unveil their Relapse debut, Ciphers + Axioms, next month. Fronted by noise icon Mark Solotroff of Bloodyminded, Anatomy of Habit, boasts an all-star lineup featuring legendary drummer John McEntire (Tortoise, The Sea And Cake, Gastr Del Sol etc.), guitarist Will Lindsay (Indian, Wolves In The Throne Room etc.), […]

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