A diligent acolyte’s struggle with the ever-shifting Deathspell Omega.
Otrebor of Botanist reveals the secrets of the Verdant Realm and drags LURKER deeper into his horticultural nightmares.
“Pulsating hypnotic ecstasy” seems to aptly sum up composer Mario Diaz de Leon’s new album.
Lurking in the heart of the Netherlands, another faceless unit rises to rend black metal’s corpse asunder.
Good things come to those who wait. Asva’s latest album, Presences of Absences, was brewed to perfection over three years and it’s their most daring effort to date.
Our favourite band Kayo Dot returns. We say favourite with good reason. Listen to Gamma Knife.
Experimental French outfit Nooumena leave this LURKER speechless with their debut venture into the realm of experimental, avant-jazz/rock. Stream the album here.
Anyone who has ever felt an affinity for the minute elements of nature, the incessant hype of an insect or the fleeting beauty of the garden flower will find Botanist mesmerizing.
Ulver offer up their most compelling work since their Black Metal days.
During a month of music-induced delirium, one lurker gazed a little too deep into where rock has been and where it is going.
The story behind ‘Trvth’, the bands influences and some interesting anecdotes. Our interview with Servile Sect and review of their genre-defying, project defining opus ‘Trvth’.
Our interview with Shawn Sambol of Antithetic Records and competition to celebrate the release of Kayo Dot’s Stained Glass on vinyl. Join the party!