Rotterdam’s GOLD have put together a terrifying video together for their tune “And I Know Now” off their recent release No Image via Profound Lore and it doesn’t feature anything dark, creepy or bloody. Instead it’s a glimpse into the uniquely American phenomenon of the Black Friday Sale rampage. Like
At last! The debut Cruciamentum album is finally upon us. And damn, was it well worth the wait. Carving a path much like fellow countrymen Grave Miasma (which makes sense, seeing as how they share members, duh) Cruciamentum was quick to make waves with their initial releases like the demo
Here we go. That inevitable time has come when we must contemplate this new release –PISSGRAVE‘s Suicide Euphoria – brought to us by Profound Lore Records. First, the appalling cover art of this album is literally shoved down our throats in all its crude and unmistakable “honesty.” One does
When members of well-respected and celebrated bands collaborate on a new project, prior assumptions are naturally going to be formed regarding its sound. When the musicians involved are as prolific and creative as Kyle Morgan (Ash Borer, Predatory Light) and Michael Rekevics (Fell Voices, Vorde, Vilkacis) however, such trite expectations
Abyssal are now signed to Profound Lore Records, and there’s no shortage of evidence that justifies the signing. Abyssal raised more than a few eyebrows with their last two releases, Denouement, and Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius, which were landmarks in the short history of atmospheric blackened death metal.
Can you briefly tell us the genesis of Pallbearer, how the band was formed and what you set out to do when the band first started? Brett and I formed the band in 2008, concurrent with another project we had going called SPORTS. Eventually, Devin joined us after we had