Looking back into the introduction to the EOY list I wrote around the same date in 2013, I realize how little things have changed…
Black metal is a genre blessed with unending variety. Even more so than most other subgenres, it is extremely apt to be infused with…
A very raw review of volume VI of the zine Black Metal of the Americas. Trigger warnings: That asshole from Black Ivory Tower.
Classical Chinese instrumentation meets Western classicalism? Jesse of Black Ivory Tower investigates…
Death metal totality. Fast. Explicit. Unrelenting. No hostages. No mercy.
Breaking the stereotype of one-sided split releases, don’t ignore P.H.O.B.O.S. just because this is Blut aus Nord’s best work to date.
Wolverine Blues tempered with Boston hardcore sounds as good as you’d expect.
Bristol’s genre-scorning visionaries offer up a horrific portrait of past, present and future on their finest album by far.
Hellenic hellraisers return.
Two legends, one record.
Bergmetal, the book, explores the correlation between metal, mountains, and mysticism.
This album SHOULD be the future of grindcore. Luckily we have it now.