Experience Godstopper’s monolithic debut album.
Lurkers come to blows in this new series, kicking off with an unrestrained dissection of Panopticon’s Kentucky.
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.
Drawing blood for Satan on the front line.
With the advent of Burzum’s new album Umskiptar, LURKER looks back on how the project has developed since the Count’s release and considers some of the flak he’s taken in the process.
In the footsteps of Volume II comes a glimpse into one of the most prolific European black metal labels that has consistently avoided the limelight.
The finest propagators of the noise rock movement, hand picked by LURKER.
The virtual mountains and glaciers of Skyrim are made all the more imposing by the grand soundtrack that accompanies the Dragonborn’s adventures. LURKER puts the video game to one side to discover the artist responsible for these battle anthems.
Titans of melancholy, together in London.
Join us on a twelve-song journey through a long forgotten scene.
Three more weeks of excellent listening.
My seven picks for the first week of 2012.