Despite its strengths, Drudkh’s new offering is impossible to love.
Northward surprise with their ability to channel the fuzzed out euphoria of Forest and Branikald through the blasting melodies of Ukraine circa 2003. Mandatory.
Mirai Kawashima speaks about Sigh’s upcoming album [In Somniphobia], his relationship with saxophonist Mikannibal, and growing into ones 40s in the metal scene.
Join us as Wintherr, herald and sole wanderer behind Paysage d’hiver, waxes on the sublime, art, upcoming releases and his own personal meditations.
Otrebor of Botanist reveals the secrets of the Verdant Realm and drags LURKER deeper into his horticultural nightmares.
Three more weeks of excellent listening.
Lurking in the heart of the Netherlands, another faceless unit rises to rend black metal’s corpse asunder.
My seven picks for the first week of 2012.
An interview and feature concerning the art of Anthony Roberts, whose work has graced the output of Electric Wizard, Urfaust and Unearthly Trance.
Shards of blinding white light gather in the black flame. Sutekh Hexen’s noise-fuelled assault reaches new levels of catharsis.
Exclusive to Lurker’s Path, stream the astonishing debut album from Cape Town’s Wildernessking.
Excellent ambient black metal that bends the blueprints of the genre from this Australian horde.