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.
Bristol’s genre-scorning visionaries offer up a horrific portrait of past, present and future on their finest album by far.
An obscure American industrial compilation yields a few pearls in the muck, and serves as a foggy window into a (justly) forgotten moment in the evolution of extreme music.
Gorgeous industrialized post-punk from the nightside of Brooklyn.
Deeply original black metal for sleepwalkers, specters, and swordsmen. From the German scene that brought you Nagelfar, Lunar Aurora, and Ruins of Beverast.
Treasured British composers Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury invite you to be the Judge in Mega-City One.
“Pulsating hypnotic ecstasy” seems to aptly sum up composer Mario Diaz de Leon’s new album.
An unlikely duo turn out to be the perfect pairing as they explore the downward spiral together.
More obligatory pitch-black ambience from these Mancunian peddlers of the occult.
Witness the birth pains of blackened noise’s favourite son. The 2006 debut has been made available once again by Ominous Silence.
An exploration of the themes at play in the 777 trilogy and the ideological background of this acclaimed entity.
Allow the wild, atavistic and primordial manifestations of pan-european myth to envelop you.