Noah: One of the big reasons I wanted to do this interview with you was based on some posts you made on the Intestinal…
For any band that operates under the wing of a major label, the release of a new album coincides with a tidal wave of…
Record label releases record, gets band wrong.
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.
Discussing Thrall’s third album, Aokigahara Jukai, Japanese culture and its appropriation of death, as well as some token misanthropy.
We talk to Toby Driver about Kayo Dot’s new double album, Hubardo, and his recent obsession with crowd-funded projects.
Ever wondered what the Lovecraft mythos might look like? Well, Micheal Bukowski has spent the last three years creating a visual a compendium of the man’s work.
Prodigious in output, singular in sound: Mories de Jong of Gnaw Their Tongues returns with a new sound, a new project and a new album. We catch up with the man himself to see how his landscape has changed since our 2010 interview.
Exchanging words and visuals with The Great Old Ones’ guitartist, Jeff Grimal.
Beneath Dephosphorus’s debut album lies a whole other universe of ideas.
Contemplate the alchemical mysteries of Menace Ruine’s new album, Alight In Ashes. Geneviève answers some questions on the record’s birthing process.
Daemon Worship Productions is proof that orthodoxy can still be scathing and iconoclastic in this modern age of experimentation.