Posts Tagged ‘relapse records’

Unexpected Highlights of Roadburn 2014 Pt.4: Indian

Posted on Friday, April 18th, 2014

Certain performances at this year’s festival had something extra, something not easily defined, that made an indelible impression on us. What were the unexpected highlights of Roadburn 2014? We have compiled a ten-part series to share them with you.

Here is part 4. See for yourself why Indian made such an impact by watching the clips below.

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Roadburn Festival 2014 Clinics & More: The Myth of Vinyl on Saturday, April 12th at V39

Posted on Monday, March 31st, 2014

Last year, we decided to experiment with adding a number of panel discussions and master classes to the festival. Response was positive and we are very pleased to offer a new series during Roadburn 2014. For this year’s Clinics & More program, we have invited several musicians, artists and folks […]

Album of the Day: Nothing – Guilty Of Everything

Posted on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Lovingly pinched from The Sleeping Shaman: Holy hell this is one refreshing album. It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a full album in the way I’m enjoying this. I’m still trying to pinpoint some genres to pigeon hole this into but there’s so many that it’s fucking difficult […]

Nothing: New Track Posted Online!

Posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Roadburn is pleased to present a brand new track from Philadelphia’s Nothing. Bent Nail is taken from Nothing‘s forthcoming debut album, Guilty of Everything. It’s a perfect representation of the album and the band as a whole; a magnetic blend of captivatingly dark yet beautiful vocals and explosive guitar fuzz. […]

Album of the Day: Culted – Oblique to All Paths

Posted on Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Lovingly pinched from Meat Mead Metal: Smoke rising from chimneys are fires always makes me think of doom. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s the slow burning, or perhaps it’s the billowing smoke that can serve to suffocate and destroy, but it’s an image that always makes me think of […]

Album of the Day: Indian – From All Purity

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2014

Lovingly pinched from The Sleeping Shaman: It’s cold; almost zero degrees with an icy Western breeze. It’s dark; nearly black, but the pale dawn sun is just beginning to penetrate the horizon and its grey-orange outburst gradually illuminates the low-hanging mist adorning the farmland around me. It’s a Monday and, […]

Indian Set To Devastate Roadburn Festival 2014

Posted on Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Roadburn Festival is pleased to announce the addition of Chicago-based doom warriors, Indian. The band have been purveyors of the finest blackened doom for over a decade, and this month will see the release of their latest opus, From All Purity, via Relapse Records. ‘Directional’, a brand new track taken […]

Obliteration To Deliver Haunting Death Metal at Mikael Åkerfeldt’s 2014 Curated Roadburn Event

Posted on Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Norway’s Obliteration will leave a trail of destruction via their haunting death metal at Mikael Akerfeldt‘s 2014 curated Roadburn event on Friday, April 11th at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands. “I’m far from a musical traditionalist except when we’re talking about a specific genre: Death metal”, says Mikael Åkerfeldt, “I […]

Album of the Day: Obliteration – Black Death Horizon

Posted on Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Lovingly pinched from Sputnikmusic: I have found it. Finally, after many ages of conjecture and search by scholarly and religious figures alike, it has come. The second coming is upon us, but not quite like it was envisioned. It was said to be instantaneous and worldwide; visible and audible, and […]

Album of the Day: Wolvserpent – Perigaea Antahkarana

Posted on Saturday, November 9th, 2013

Lovingly pinched from The Sleeping Shaman: When Boise, Idaho duo Pussygutt reinvented themselves as Wolvserpent with the release of 2010′s incredible debut album Blood Seed, it was more than just a mere change of monicker; it reflected their transition from sparse, abstract dronescapes towards a more structured, malevolent sound that […]

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