Trepaneringsritualen Perfection and Permanence Main

Harvest’s Yield I: Trepaneringsritualen – Perfection & Permanence CD (Cold Spring Records)

We’ve never offered any sort of “contest” or giveaway before, but we can’t think of a better time to do it than now as we’re able to offer up a ...

Rome Jerome Reuter

Exclusive: Premiering Rome’s New Track “One Fire” off of “A Passage to Rhodesia”

A Passage to Rhodesia is Rome‘s tenth album, but it’s safe to say that it’s one of the project’s most important releases in its long-standing career. The album unites instant ...

Andrew King

Live Report: Knotwork / Andrew King / Fire + Ice in Moscow, Russia

KNOTWORK  |  ANDREW KING  |  FIRE + ICE Live at ДОМ in Moscow, Russia on July 3rd, 2014 A personal memoir by Andrew King ___ Getting the 7.30 Gatwick flight ...

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“Lugubrium Encumbrium ” Cody Drasser’s  Sophmore Release Now Available 

Cody Drasser‘s second solo album, ‘Lugubrium Encumbrium‘ is now available once again ...

Annihilvs Power Electronix: Auditor, Murderous Vision, Martin Bladh, Theologian & More

Auditor –  Form Destroyer This summer, ANNIHILVS finally presents the first full-length release by Auditor. ...
Microcosmus Melothesia

[Art News] Benjamin A. Vierling Summer News, Works on Display and For Sale

Two original Vierling works will be on display at the Clement Art Gallery in ...

Zero Kama – “The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H.” Reissue on Athanor

The long awaited reissue of the legendary album by Zero Kama, ‘The ...

Raubbau and The Epicurean present: Der Tag der Befreiung ist nah!!! (19) & Epicurean Escapism Festival

Raubbau and The Epicurean present: Der Tag der Befreiung ist nah!!! (19) & Epicurean Escapism Festival ...

Dais Records: New Tor Lundvall, Maurizio Bianchi, Sissy Spacek, York Factory Complaint, more…

Dais artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is featured in a new documentary by label friend Hazel Hill ...

Just Harvested

Seven that Spells Acid Taking and Sweet Love Making

Seven that Spells – Acid Taking and Sweet Love Making

With an album title such as Acid Taking and Sweet Love Making, it’s a no-brainer as to what kind of stylistic approach–as well as subject matter–that Seven that Spells is cascading towards. Indeed, this Croatian psychedelic experiment leaves little room for guessing, and have pinned down a rather notable cult following within the underground with an […]

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Empyrium The Turn of the Tides

Empyrium – The Turn of the Tides

Empyrium… my beloved Empyrium… our beloved Empyrium. They had been but a bygone phase of excellence, their presence committed to memory and their creations perfectly committed to tape. Four vital albums, each having taken a different approach – from the sombre doom metal of A Wintersunset… and Songs of Moors and Misty Fields through to […]

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Fragment. Home

Fragment. – Home

Fragment. is just one of those projects that never seems to be able to extend itself beyond the cusp of obscurity. Arranged and composed by the French native Thierry Arnal, there is very little information regarding the project and/or any relatable information used to help add greater perspective to the music’s own artist. Having released […]

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Swallowing Bile Secluded

Exclusive: Swallowing Bile Premiers New Track “Never Again” Off of New Album “Secluded”

From the Label: Crafted by an isolated upbringing and drawing direct influence from the rural environment that has consumed the entirety of his natural life, Swallowing Bile presents Secluded, a violent testament of true experiences and haunting urges bred from a lifetime within desolate confines. Recorded in rural Western NY and mastered by M. Ibarra […]

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Tibi et Igni

Vader – Tibi et Igni

As a way to open an extreme metal album, nothing quite beats the tactical manoeuvre of disarming serenity followed by the eruption of total carnage. Vader‘s “Tibi et Igni” – the Polish troupe’s eleventh full length outing in over thirty active years, in addition to who-knows-how-many EPs – begins with an iteration of this age […]

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Blood and Sun – White Storms Fall

Blood and Sun are a relatively new neofolk act from the United States. Having gotten their start around 2011, they have released a fairly limited self-titled demo tape which was only available in a strict pressing of 100 copies. White Storms Fall, as well as a number of other tracks, was also released on the […]

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Nietzsche's Coming God... by Abir Taha

“Nietzsche’s Coming God or the Redemption of the Divine” by Abir Taha

Of all the ideas philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is known for, perhaps his most famous is the proclamation that God is dead. The meaning of this statement is often debated. Atheists have taken it as a simple acknowledgement of the truth. Devout monotheists take offense when hearing Nietzsche’s words as evidenced by the occasional t-shirt or […]

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Supernatural Horror in Metal: The Whisperer in Darkness

.:.THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS.:. A Treatise on Supernatural Horror in MetaL by Henry Akeley ___ The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. These facts few psychologists will dispute, and their admitted truth must establish for all time the genuineness and dignity […]

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Heathen Harvest Exclusive Preview: Andrew King – ‘Leipzig Recessional’

To mark the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War Andrew King is issuing two releases this year, the first, a 12” called “Leipzig Recessional” is coming out in the next few weeks and Heathen Harvest has two exclusive extracts from this sombre recording. A full album, “The Proud Tower” will be issued […]

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Jex Thoth

Live Report: Jex Thoth at the Media Club, Vancouver British Columbia, May 24th

.:.Jex Thoth.:. Live at the Media Club in Vancouver, British Columbia May 24, 2014 By Ian Campbell ___ On the evening of May 24th, 2014, I departed Squamish:  a small town located in a sort of purgatory between the cityscape of the lower mainland of British Columbia and its vast northern rural regions, to see […]

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