Editors’ Picks – April 2019

For this month’s introduction to this, our Editors’ Picks, I decided to run a little experiment by going back to the last three years of April installments and see what’s what. I had a suspicion that proved to be correct: April is usually a goddamn amazing month. Whether it’s because…

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Doomsday, April 2019

Greetings unto thee, heaviest of Heavy Bloggers! Hopefully, the majority of you have emerged from your wintry dens of protection and gotten some sun on your bodies. Maybe you even enjoyed that special holiday in April that doom dudes are really into. I’m speaking, of course, about Earth Day. What…

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Release Day Roundup – 4/12/19

Each month, we always seem to come to the same conclusion when it comes to our Editors’ Picks column: Friday release days open the floodgates and unleash a seemingly endless stream of quality new music. But while some of our Editors and Contributors sit down gleefully each week to dive into this newly stocked treasure…

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Inter Arma – Sulphur English

Inter Arma stand perched at the height of their career. From the early days of Sky Burial (and the EP which came before it) and the underground prestige that release bought them, through increasing interest in their music, stoked by The Cavern and Paradise Gallows, the band have been steadily…

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Hey! Listen to NÜR!

There’s something happening over here in Israel; it’s been happening for several years in fact. It seems as if the local scene stumbled over some cursed tablets or something and has now been collectively bound to make filthy, heavy, and aggressive music. Genres like grind, post-hardcore, and post-metal have been…

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Domkraft – Flood

Doom metal. There’s a lot of it, yeah? By now, the idea of doom metal making a comeback is absurd, since we’re already well into this comeback. We’ve forgotten that doom (and, to a lesser extent, stoner) was a dead genre not too long ago, mostly but not totally buried…