Classical Chinese instrumentation meets Western classicalism? Jesse of Black Ivory Tower investigates…
Stream the closing track, “First Night after Death”, from GOG’s self-titled album
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.
Gorgeous industrialized post-punk from the nightside of Brooklyn.
A rare triumph from one of the finest drone ensembles LURKER has heard.
Dis Pater turns his hand to funeral doom with stunning results. Tempestuous Fall has provided the soundtrack to many a solemn night’s contemplation.
Stream, experience and be aware of higher echelon drone act GOG’s latest voyage into the indifference of the universe.
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.
Join us as Wintherr, herald and sole wanderer behind Paysage d’hiver, waxes on the sublime, art, upcoming releases and his own personal meditations.
My seven picks for the first week of 2012.
Shards of blinding white light gather in the black flame. Sutekh Hexen’s noise-fuelled assault reaches new levels of catharsis.
Interviewing James Hamilton (Nebris) and Geneviève Beaulieu (Menace Ruine) about their new project, Preterite.