Australian warlord D. Nahum and Milam Records owner Zareem team up for a Bleakwood & Ekadzati split.
A fine slab of orthodox black metal from the Polish masters of misanthropy, mockery and contempt.
Listen to some ‘Napoleonic Black Metal inspired by the cruelty of French history’ featuring Akitsa and Ash Pool members.
The second post in our series on British Black Metal looks at another unsung mastermind, Dorset’s Myrrdin.
Daemon Worship Productions is proof that orthodoxy can still be scathing and iconoclastic in this modern age of experimentation.
A true mastery of melody and aggression makes Fhoi Myore’s debut full length one of the best albums of the year so far.
A run-down of A Pregant Light’s latest EP, Live To Tell, followed by a candid interview with the project’s anonymous mastermind. Don’t you go making assumptions now, you hear?
A haunting swan song for forgotten Albion.
Dispelling some hype only to fuel more.
The first of several posts covering some of the best, and often criminally ignored, Black Metal bands to come out of the UK. LURKER is proud to begin by introducing Oubliette, a dead but thankfully not forgotten project, to a new generation of fans.
Filthy punk-metal that has a problem with just about everything.
The Norwegian Black Metal scene deals another surprise blow in 2012 with Vetter’s marvellous, baffling debut.