Hey! Listen to Vredehammer!

In spite of its primal origins, modern black metal has largely become associated with atmospheric and ethereal textures. Then there's Vredehammer who hit like seventeen Mack trucks riding a fiery avalanche into... Read More...

Hey! Watch Dragula!

Drag has always been a subversive and primarily underground art form, that has a long history with heavy metal and rock n' roll. Yet, these days it's more surprising when a popstar's new video doesn't have a dr... Read More...

Aborted – TerrorVision

Branding is a weird concept when it comes to death metal. How does a band ensure their sound is instantly recognisable in a world full of Soundalikes, all trying to blast faster, groove harder, and shred more t... Read More...

The Anatomy Of – Bleeth

I'm honestly warming up to the idea of using this series to introduce you to new bands; after all, what description of the band's music could ever live up to the band themselves talking about the influences which made it be? With Bleeth, fresh of the release of their debut full length album titled Geomancer (it was released just last Friday, the 24th of August), it's a double pleasure since I don't just get to introduce you to a band but an excellent one at that. They deliver the kind of emotional doom/stoner/psychedelic that we've come to expect in 2018, replete with great riffs, moving vocals from two complementary vocalists, and an overall dedication to momentum that lies at the core of what makes this kind of music work.