Cyanic is a blistering Black/Death Metal band that manipulates sound within the maniacal realms of suffocation found in Grindcore from San Jose (((California))). Their drummer, Jason Bursese, also lends his talents to Black Fucking Cancer and recently filled in on multiple shows with Dispirit. Their vocalist, Andre Cornejo, is my
I know beauty, I know Pain, I know Isolation, I know Heavy…and I fucking know that the new MONARCH album Sabbracadaver RULES! Is this record punishing? Yes! Is this record sinisterly ethereal? Yes! MONARCH are are masters at weaving low end and drone into otherworldly structures of doom! Sabbracadaver marks
So, I’ve listened to the new Emptiness album Nothing But The Whole probably around fifteen times now, and I still don’t know what to call it exactly. Progressive Blackened Doom maybe? Eek. Gonna stay away from that one. Indeed, you might as well approach this album by dropping any conceived
Slow and Heavy will win the race! Today we are stoked to turn you on to Iceland’s NAUGHT & Sweden’s ALTAR. Both of these bands should be recognized by the underground for creating some of the heaviest and punishing Doom coming out right now. NAUGHT‘s music has that slow, slow
Serpentine Path’s second record Emanations drops this week, marking a pivotal evolution from the band’s self-titled debut released in 2012. The focus remains the same though – soul crushing doom laden with tasteful death metal influences like Autopsy, while much has been said of the band’s members and previous bands,
“Savage Gold, that’s a pretty catchy and powerful title” was my first thought when Mike Hill (vocals/guitar/main songwriter) told me the name of the third record of his established act TOMBS. The Brooklyn-based band has gone through a variety of line-up changes and shifts in sound over the last years.