Stream the closing track, “First Night after Death”, from GOG’s self-titled album
I should introduce this short retrospect by admitting I haven’t been wholly productive during this year in terms of reviews or features. Between the…
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.
Insights into the scathing, unhinged brutality of Apocryphon.
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.
“Pulsating hypnotic ecstasy” seems to aptly sum up composer Mario Diaz de Leon’s new album.
Shards of blinding white light gather in the black flame. Sutekh Hexen’s noise-fuelled assault reaches new levels of catharsis.
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.
Tri-headed doom attack from all angles of the genre in this Total Rust Music feature.