Bands and musicians reveal their worst moments on stage and the reasons why. This episode features Toby Driver, N. Imperial and Johan van Hattum.
This triptych of Canadian black metal might just lay claim to some of my favorite EP’s of 2011.
Australia. Home to some of the most aggressive, belligerent and under appreciated metal bands of our time. Last year we ran a feature on Australian death metal and…
Albín Brunovský’s lithographs, chalk works and linocuts inspired a generation of Slovak children. Majesty… behold!
Yeehaw! It’s a demo round-up. Sludge, crust, death metal… Take your pick; all are available for download.
During a month of music-induced delirium, one lurker gazed a little too deep into where rock has been and where it is going.
GOG rank above what we have come to expect from the drone genre. Michael Bjella’s project lingers long after the album end and serves as a great catalyst to reflective thought.
Volume I of Beau’s compendium on raw, cold black metal. Collecting some of the best gems released over the last year, including unheard and under-appreciated myths from the underground.
Time to review the most underrated records of the year. In only 100 words.
Come with us on a journey through time and space as we seek out that rarity that is decent cosmic black metal. Have any recommendations? Our list is rather short..
Although the Netherlands has a wealth of metal oddities plying their trade throughout the country, it’s difficult to identify a cohesive scene. Many bands seem to bury their noses in their work and pay little heed to what others are doing. As a result, the Dutch scene has exploded in a torrent of originality.
Deathspell Omega is the most relevant band in black metal. This is non-negotiable. They have received as much criticism as praise for their challenging take on the genre but remain untouchable and transcendent. Now with the final part of the trilogy Paracletus impending, LURKER looks into Deathspell Omega’s past and the journey they’ve made to this point.