I don’t know how to feel about this project that’s come across our desk from unknown sources. It’s powerful, that’s for sure. Is its power being used for good, or for evil – that’s the question my brain is screaming at me as noise and terror pours into my eardrums.
The Earth cries out. The Geotrauma is echoed in human suffering and violence. Our every utterance and effort at progress goes stifled and unheard. Sometimes, mere Heavy Metal feels inadequate to express the true horror of this world. Reality is infinitely complex and requires great deals of abstraction to communicate
UK solo artist QUAL’s new album The Ultimate Climax has already received a ton of praise since its release at the end of February. Out on Avant! Records, The Ultimate Climax is essentially industrial music for postpunk fans. There’s an urban minimal synth element to the music that can’t be
Following last year’s EP Cupio Dissolvi, Lebanon Hanover’s William Maybelline shows his solo project Qual can yet again blaze a new path through nightmarish, experimental bangers with his upcoming LP The Ultimate Climax. Clocking in at eight songs that run the gamut from proto-industrial to EBM, its perfect for an
CN: By now, you’re a band who needs no introduction. Everyone knows the name Full Of Hell, but it is often apparent that — much like some of your more iconic influences — most do not appreciate (or even understand) the full extent of the complexities within your music, lyrics,
Picture this: you’re in a dark, dingy room and a balding, middle-aged dad in a Cannibal Corpse shirt is crowdsurfing, beer cans and bodies are being thrown around the room in a beautifully disorganized chaos, and one of the most important Swedish old school death metal bands is up on