A diligent acolyte’s struggle with the ever-shifting Deathspell Omega.
Svartidauði offer mind-warping sacraments in the Flesh Cathedral – destined to be one of the finest black metal albums released this year.
Catharsis, surrealism and yet more indie rock abound on the latest from Bosse-de-Nage.
Drawing blood for Satan on the front line.
With the advent of Burzum’s new album Umskiptar, LURKER looks back on how the project has developed since the Count’s release and considers some of the flak he’s taken in the process.
As the world prepares to burn in an economic firestorm, Acherontas stands strong in the epicentre.
An unsung Norwegian horde deals a perfect blow to all sensibilities.
Supernal arte from the obscure cult.
Lose yourself in the qliphothic corridors of Belgium’s Adustum, whose stunning debut is out now on World Terror Committee.
In the footsteps of Volume II comes a glimpse into one of the most prolific European black metal labels that has consistently avoided the limelight.
Three practitioners of ascendent death metal devastate Kentish Town’s Bull and Gate.
In this four-part series, LURKER gains unprecedented access to one of rock n roll’s great minds – Rob Miller of Amebix. Join us as we delve far beyond the music to uncover a gripping philosophy and way of life. Part I explores Amebix’s influences.