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.
We talk to Toby Driver about Kayo Dot’s new double album, Hubardo, and his recent obsession with crowd-funded projects.
Horse Latitudes return with a new record full of low end occult doom metal which shrugs off the cliches of the genre and serves up a powerful encompassing listen.
“It’s not all about the black metal, it’s also about books!”
Experience Godstopper’s monolithic debut album.
Crackling chasms of decay from a loose collective of Bay Area stalwarts. A criminally unheralded project.
Daemon Worship Productions is proof that orthodoxy can still be scathing and iconoclastic in this modern age of experimentation.
The undisputed kings of despondency make their long-awaited return.
Stream, experience and be aware of higher echelon drone act GOG’s latest voyage into the indifference of the universe.
Ahab follow some brave musical inspiration in their retelling of Poe’s ‘Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket’.
The innovative Wreck and Reference have flourished since their demo. In an attempt to kill two birds with one stone, LURKER reviews their new album,
Youth, then explores it with Ignat and Felix in an in-depth and exclusive interview.
Quake before the primordial majesty of Bong’s Mana-Yood-Sushai.