Inquisition and Revenge smash the shit out of London and our kidneys. LURKER reports on the recent show at The Electrowerkz.
Gimmick? What gimmick? A set of stunning death metal proficiency from Cannabis Corpse could leave even the most vehement naysayer quivering in their boots and weeping like a child. LURKER reports back on this incredible London gig with photographs and a video.
Blackened poser execution from the best kept secret in German thrash.
Three easy ways to make or ruin a record.
Three sets of death metal destruction only set the scene for Negative Plane’s sinister psychedelics. LURKER reports on our most recent venture outside the dungeon.
The Ruins of Beverast may be one of today’s most forward-thinking Black Metal outfits, but when ex-Nagelfar drummer Alexander von Meilenwald started the project…
A glance at the dying embers of the early Norwegian scene, and a strong reason to get hold of The Slayer Mag Diaries.
An arrogant and self-important rant against being arrogant and self-important.
A step back in time to when mixing metal into hardcore sounded like a great idea. Somehow, one band’s back-catalogue has stood the test of time, and this demo sounds as fresh now as it ever did.
Some unlikely lyrical topics from the father of USBM.
Tokyo’s Envy have had a long career. Few bands, especially in the hardcore community, can hope to last more than a decade – let…
Following on from Rob’s article last month about the subliminal workings of Grand Belial’s Key, here’s another slightly hidden nuance about another of LURKER’s favourite bands.