Dub Buk is no longer among the living. After releasing its album Tsvyach in March this year, it became known that the band would…
Earlier this summer, VICE – the news website responsible for capturing, among others, Malefic’s autism on camera – published an editorial by Theis Duelund….
On music journalism’s shortsightedness and the problem with reviews.
In the shadows of the Rocky Mountains, LURKER can be found investigating the local music and record scene, on the frostbitten plains of Calgary, Alberta.
An obscure American industrial compilation yields a few pearls in the muck, and serves as a foggy window into a (justly) forgotten moment in the evolution of extreme music.
A reworking of our Schopenhauer & black metal piece. An attempt to elucidate the similarities between black metal and the famous pessimist.
Visual artifacts from Bosse-De-Nage and Sump live in London.
Snaps from LURKER’s first show.
Commit satanic violence to the new Manticore album, streaming in its totality here.
“It’s not all about the black metal, it’s also about books!”
Hidden among my grandparents’ shelves I found a book I would never forget.
The second post in our series on British Black Metal looks at another unsung mastermind, Dorset’s Myrrdin.