Shortly after the release of their critically-acclaimed 2015 album I’m Going to Kill Myself, California post-metal crew Black Sheep Wall called it quits, seemingly out of nowhere. The Moorpark five-piece had a new album almost entirely […]
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Transformation has been a central tenet of Body Void‘s music since its inception. The now Vermont-based doom duo has been growing and evolving since 2014 when they were known as Devoid. The sludge-laden, droning doom continues to morph into a diverse collage of DIY, oppressive music that takes the shape ofContinue Reading

Austin, Texas’ portrayal of guilt doesn’t fit neatly into genre boxes. Their music, rooted in screamo has begun to morph in the last couple of years into a dark, sinister blend with notes of black metal, noise, and more. Across their prior full-length record, 2018’s Let Pain Be Your Guide, asContinue Reading

Taylor Momsen has been through the wringer. The Pretty Reckless frontwoman and former Gossip Girl star just released her most viscerally personal record yet. Death By Rock and Roll might be stacked with hard rock songs and bangers. But it also comes from a place of deep pain, healing and grief. Advertisement.Continue Reading

Veteran metal podcasters Jason Hundey and Mark Rudolph record a 10-hour, guest-filled deep dive into Neurosis’ game-changing 1996 record Through Silver in Blood.
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With their new album Mære, Austrian black metallers Harakiri From The Sky are finally settling into their seat among the genre’s most interesting and innovative artists. Confrontational and throttling while simultaneously sweeping and beautiful, the album will […]
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