The general intention is for there to be dark music that’s hopefully not too cynical. Founded in 2009 by Jonathan Tuite, independent music label The Flenser started out as what Tuite describes as an extension of the Black Metal scene — particularly the one-man bands that deviated from the more
Test still goes on testing new ways of exploring extreme music. On their new album called ‘Jogo Humano’ (Human Game, in a free translation) the experimental grind duo grouped 54 songs that works in no particular order. Each one of them is titled with a word. You can combine them to compose a sentence that in the end could be the name of a song. Better: it’s a music made with the song pieces Test gave to you!
This feature was taken from Creepy Catalog 1. Thomas Barker: Shoved A Red-Hot Poker Down His Throat No one knew who the haggard-looking man was. As a small group sat before a fireplace in a Leeds, England, hotel lobby two days before Christmas, 1856, it didn’t seem to matter—he was
Bending time and space with Bobby Bray from INUS and track premiere for “There Was a Fish in the Percolator”.
San Diego has a long history of influential bands and style in the underground music world. A thick family tree of players have splintered into projects that have stomped a plaster cast footprint into vinyl rarities and obscurities. A figurehead in the realm is Mr Bobby Bray, guitar tone manipulator
How can you not love a label called Drunken Sailor? It reeks, fortunately, of bar fights, fortuitous sex, lousy wine and people who laugh in the face of danger. That pretty much sums up what rock’n’roll, and punk by association, should be and a lot of times aren’t. Partly because
Within the darkest corners of Toronto Ontario lies a dilapidated graveyard spawning nothing but fresh Tomb Mold. On their third release Planetary Clairvoyance this musty death metal group launches deep within the lurches of the underground and soar into the depths of space. Label: 20 Buck Spin Planetary Clairvoyance by