Bristol’s genre-scorning visionaries offer up a horrific portrait of past, present and future on their finest album by far.
One lurker takes a dive into strange, dark waters with English heroes And Also the Trees.
A fantastic release from one of England’s finest Black Metal craftsmen.
The second post in our series on British Black Metal looks at another unsung mastermind, Dorset’s Myrrdin.
A true mastery of melody and aggression makes Fhoi Myore’s debut full length one of the best albums of the year so far.
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.
The Norwegian Black Metal scene deals another surprise blow in 2012 with Vetter’s marvellous, baffling debut.
An unsung Norwegian horde deals a perfect blow to all sensibilities.
Ahab follow some brave musical inspiration in their retelling of Poe’s ‘Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket’.
Philadelphia gives birth to a foul fiend.
Despite its strengths, Drudkh’s new offering is impossible to love.
Join us on a twelve-song journey through a long forgotten scene.