I come from the era of fanzines and have always had respect for them. They have been a very important part of the underground and have shaped this culture. Check out this killer Dutch Black Metal fanzine from 1993 Charontaphos #1 (Netherlands). Peep all of the details below – photos of this
The Black Metal Antiquarium page is a treasure-trove of images of the darkest days of dark music – when Quorthon was glam and the forefathers of today’s most kvlt just had their voices drop. Anyone who’s a fan of black metal will enjoy the daily offerings brought to the altar of Satan
These are busy people. This year alone, No One, Sam and Brian opened for black metal legends Watain at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, collaborated with Mayhem’s Manheim and Hellhammer, put out a full-length album (Fury Nocturnus) and a compilation (Pennhurst/Xesse) under the Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy (T.O.M.B.) moniker, plus another
Label:Crucial Blast T.O.M.B. (Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy) is one of the most creative and distinctive entities currently operating in the realms of black metal and noise, with a singular approach and a slew of releases including Black Crypt Worship, Sacrilegium, Macabre Noise Royale, Uncovered Ancient Gateways, and the forthcoming Pennhurst/Xesse
Number One ETERNAL HELCARAXE Eternal Helcaraxe’s first full-length is deservedly one of the best records to come out of this island this year. Released by Abyss Records, Against All Odds is the Cavan black metallers’ best work to date after the To Whatever End EP and a demo in 2008.
In a recent interview that Zach of the Spectres did with RØSENKØPF, the dark NYC trio named a diverse array of influences that included Skinny Puppy, Aphex Twin, and the Birthday Party. This makes sense, when one listens to the new 6-song, self-titled LP on Wierd Records, the home of