Devin Townsend – Empath

The release of a new Devin Townsend album is always a bit of an event. The visible ripples of excitement from his notably dedicated fanbase, which greet the emergence of any new material from his corner of Canada, are all the more remarkable for just how common an occurrence it…

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The Anatomy Of: Hath

We’ll have a full review coming later in the week, but what you need to know right now is that Hath’s Of Rot and Ruin is easily one of the best albums of 2019. With their debut LP, the New Jersey quartet have crafted an album that stands up to…

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Kvlt Kolvmn – March 2019

Welcome to Kvlt Kolvmn. The frost melts. Snow leaves the clouds for the foreseeable future. Pathways of ice turn slowly into cool puddles, eventually reduced to nothing. Winter is gone. Spring ascends. Boo, says I. It’s a good thing we have black metal to keep us nice and frostbitten as…

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE – A Constant Knowledge of Death Are Back With “Abysmal Valley Dolorous”

It’s been almost three years since we last spoke about A Constant Knowledge of Death, an incredibly mercurial and hard to pin down band working in the realms of post-rock, post metal, electronica, drone, and progressive metal. Back then, we premiered their work around their then-new album Vol. II Organic…

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Elizabeth Colour Wheel – Nocebo

OK, this one is going to be hard to review so I’m just going to start like this: Elizabeth Color Wheel’s Nocebo is one of the more earnest records I’ve heard in a long time. Forget the musicality of it for a second; it’s just extremely honest. You can hear…

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Hey! Listen to Archaeologist!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: watching artists challenge themselves is one of the best things in life. Even when you don’t know who the artist is, even if the work in which they’re challenging themselves is the first thing of theirs you hear, there’s an energy…

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Venom Prison – Samsara

What’s worse than the deja vu horror of reliving the same tired mistakes time and time again with no end in sight? No, I’m not talking about listening to your umpteenth atmospheric post-black metal album of the year, I’m talking about that Bill Murray in Groundhog Day or kind of…

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