Like it or not, experimental metal exists, and there are bands with no interest in changing their approach to music in order to become what others want them to be. It gets even more frustrating for labels to see some of these acts like Bongripper grow, and not simply stop.
From the Netherlands come GGU:LL, a crusty and unearthly doom band hailing from the home base of the Roadburn Festival: Tillburg. When you sit down to listen to this harrowing EP called Waan:Hoon, you get creeped out for good. As their unholy and death-ridden riffs crawl through your ears and nest into
Does time ever stop? Or even rewind itself? Maybe. And if anything, time is just a feeling. An illusion. But not when it comes to EYEHATEGOD, apparently. The reason we say this is because when you slap their new self-titled album on the record player, the first collection of new
They did it. They fucking did it. After years of chasing each other around all over the country on endless joint tours and doing absolutely nothing to hide a deep and long running friendship, two of America’s most prominent and innovative doom bands – THOU from Baton Rouge, LA, and
According to their bio page on the Retro Futurist Records website (the label founded by legendary experi-metal band Kylesa), South Carolina’s Darkentries offer a “post-genre take on modern heavy music”. As ambiguous as that sounds, it’s the closest description possible for what you’ll hear on The Make Believe, Darkentries’ latest
Rot in Eternal Doom: FUOCO FATUO, “The Viper Slithers in the Ashes of What Remains” – Review + Stream
FUOCO FATUO have crushed all competition and have plowed their way to the forefront of Italian extreme doom in the last few years. Slowly but surely, these three Italian misanthropes have woven a path of destruction in front of them in the European underground with the sole aim of leaving