Malpais is the vivid tale of a desolate, dying man trapped in a maelstrom on the skull of the earth.
The story behind ‘Trvth’, the bands influences and some interesting anecdotes. Our interview with Servile Sect and review of their genre-defying, project defining opus ‘Trvth’.
Bliss in solitude and isolation. Life in the Dark reaches new highs (and lows).
The latest nightmare from the prolific ambient drone upstarts.
GOG rank above what we have come to expect from the drone genre. Michael Bjella’s project lingers long after the album end and serves as a great catalyst to reflective thought.
A lot has happened since we fell for Conjoined. A re-release, two new albums on the horizon and an accompaniment to a photography exhibit. Catch up with the Ukrainian-American collaboration here.
Who needs guitars anyway? Wreck and Reference from Davis, California, are getting along just fine without them.
We talk to the newly-crowned masters of “doomgaze” about their latest miserable epic, Ain’t No Night.
Low end riffing, spiritual affirmation, hypnotised euphoria; Horse Latitude’s dual bass incantations capture the most surreal, epic and psychedelic voyage into the annals of doom since Horseback raised our consciousnesses with The Invisible Mountain last year.
After one year spent honing skills, refining skull-sludgery and peering endlessly into the abyss that is so vividly captured by these doomophiles, Ohio’s Sabre unleashed their first full length through Pact Ink Records earlier this year.
Gates is one man channelling drone so mesmerisingly apocalyptic in scope, you’d be forgiven for suffocating in its presence. Blackened droning ambience of the highest order.
Minimalist composer Heinali and poet Matt Finney join forces to make some of the greatest ‘doomgaze’ yet. A genius collaboration to the core. Highly recommended.