Looking back into the introduction to the EOY list I wrote around the same date in 2013, I realize how little things have changed…
Stream the closing track, “First Night after Death”, from GOG’s self-titled album
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.
Contemplate the alchemical mysteries of Menace Ruine’s new album, Alight In Ashes. Geneviève answers some questions on the record’s birthing process.
Crackling chasms of decay from a loose collective of Bay Area stalwarts. A criminally unheralded project.
A rare triumph from one of the finest drone ensembles LURKER has heard.
Stream, experience and be aware of higher echelon drone act GOG’s latest voyage into the indifference of the universe.
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.
Back from a gruelling tour of Europe, Monarch reveal some of the thought processes behind their latest 13bpm black mass, Omens.
“Pulsating hypnotic ecstasy” seems to aptly sum up composer Mario Diaz de Leon’s new album.
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.