Posts Tagged ‘black metal’
Posted on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014
Relatively secretive about its members, Berlin’s Sun Worship released one of this year’s most foreboding and atmospheric black metal albums. The band’s stunning debut full-length, Elder Giants, offers an icy death grip on powerful and frosty-tinged, hypnotic black metal, influenced by their Norwegian forefathers and Cascadian counterparts, while managing carve a niche of their own as well.
Elder Giants is definitely on par with the best work of Weakling, Wolves In The Throne Room or Panopticon, and in keeping with tradition of bringing our beloved attendees cutting edge, organic black metal, we’re excited to announce that Sun Worship will play the 20th edition of Roadburn on Saturday, April 11 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands.
The 20th edition of Roadburn Festival runs from April 9 to 12, 2015 at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Get your tickets HERE.
Posted on Saturday, September 7th, 2013
Lovingly pinched from Pitchfork: By their very name, side projects entail second-class status. They’re not a musician’s main act, or, at the very least, they’re the other outlet that’s taking attention away from the reason we care about said musician in the first place. They’re a “project,” too, an experiment […]
Posted on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013
Lovingly pinched from About.com: Heavy Metal: The Ruins of Beverast have been an impressive one-man band since their wrenching Unlock the Shrine debut. Former Nagelfar drummer Alexander von Meilenwald has been stretching the limitations of black metal with much success, and he’s now gone four for four with Blood Vaults […]
Posted on Monday, June 17th, 2013
Lovingly pinched from Infernal Masquerade Webzine: Rounding up our promo package from LADLO productions, today we have another exciting new outfit from France under the moniker Regarde Les Hommes Tomber. With their self-titled debut release, this band manages to blend elements of Neurosis and Amenra and create a very tight […]
Posted on Saturday, January 26th, 2013
Praise for Ash Borer‘s Self Titled from San Francisco’s aQuarius Records: Originally released as a super limited cassette on Psychic Violence in 2011, then a little later, on Pesanta Urfolk as a limited LP, and now finally, this killer collection of avant, droned out, post rock flecked, West Coast black […]
Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
Lovingly pinched from Metal Review: When news came out that blackened French masters Blut Aus Nord would be unleashing not one, not two, but a full trilogy of albums within a short time span, the skeptics immediately started crying foul that they couldn’t possibly have that much staggering material ready. […]
Posted on Tuesday, August 28th, 2012
Lovingly pinched from Pitchfork: Don’t be surprised if, at least at first, the latest and best album by New York black metal reconstructers Krallice sounds like a blur. Though Years Past Matter is the band’s shortest record to date, it is also their most relentless and unforgiving, comprising six tracks of impossibly choreographed and […]
Posted on Saturday, August 25th, 2012
Praise for Ash Borer‘s Cold Of Ages from San Francisco’s aQuarius Records: A brand new record from Arcata black metallers Ash Borer, and more importantly, their first album with a title! On Cold Of Ages, the band continue to hone their sound, still delivering their black buzz missives in the […]
Posted on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012
Lovingly pinched from Metal Sucks: It’s impossible to mention Nihill without bringing up Dodecahedron. Well, no, it’s absolutely possible, but it’s harder now that the latter band have released one of the more fascinating and challenging metal albums of the year. The link between the two is Michiel Eikenaar, provider […]
Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
Lovingly pinched fromThisIsNotAScene: England’s Winterfylleth have slowly been making their distinct mark on the black metal world for around five years and somehow completely outdo themselves with each successive album release. 2010s The Mercian Sphere heralded a massive step up from their debut and their third full length The Threnody […]