Dec 30, 2015
Due to pushing a huge last set of the year, I forgo me talking between the songs. In a couple of weeks I will have two weeks of my “Best of 2015” shows.
[Releases January 2016] 2 piece experimental black metal band Spektr will be releasing their album in late January. It has the weirdness of early industrial, which...
Dec 23, 2015
Psychedelic atmospheric soundtrack for Russian cosmonauts.
Oblivion: Yuri Gagarin (Sweden)(0:28-8:18)
Noise, folk, theatrical black metal from some Frenchies.
Absolution: Maieutiste (France)(9:42-17:39)
Creepy Detroit noise.
Catching the Rich Train: Wolf Eyes (Detroit)(18:12-24:51)
Egypt is the best at always adding...
Dec 16, 2015
Polish anonymous band is part monastery, part pummeling, part melodic, part black metal.
Yekteniya 3: Batushka (Poland)(0:28-5:08)
New Fell Voices/Vanum/Vorde drummer in Yellow Eyes. American black metal at its best: clean dense pretty.
The Mangrove, The Preserver: Yellow Eyes (NY)(6:32-12:34)
[Releases in February]...
Dec 9, 2015
It doesn’t surprise me that Cloak of Altering and Gnaw Their Tongues are connected. They both came out with some of the most dense, bizarre, horror, avante-garde-infused-assault metal this year. You know, the usual.
-3.003486962(6)+ 10-66: Cloak of Altering (Netherlands)(0:28-7:19)
Hot sweaty, I mean, Swedish...
Nov 11, 2015
Bog Oak dude in GraveCoven. Sacramento apparently seethes with metal.
Furious Fires: GraveCoven (Sacramento)(0:28-5:15)
Yum, emotional proggy psychedelic.
Hey Ya Sun Ra: Death Hawks (Finland)(6:11-11:30)
Cross Vault has that Pallbearer-sound: epic emotional heavy melodic metal. Great vocals.