Scotland’s Barshasketh have been slowly but surely making a name for themselves on their home ground, with 2013s Sitra Achra gaining them attention and plaudits alike for a record that spoke with a maturity and grasp of the genre, while allowing the young band to evolve and seek new movement.
2014 saw Caïna celebrate ten years of existence, and while founder Andrew Curtis-Brignell had, at one point, laid the band aside, the call of musical catharsis was too much and the band began to create once more. A few small cassette releases were put out, and January 2015 sees Caïna deliver a brand
UK black metal has always been seen as some kind of lesser son to that of its Norwegian counterparts, through no fault of the makers of course, but when the one name to touch upon is Cradle of Filth then most new bands have to go a long to prove
Manchester’s Caïna has been slowly but surely making a comeback onto the black metal scene and with a fresh new perspective due to striking a deal with cult label Church Of Fuck.. Andrew Curtis-Brignell offers two brand new tracks on this split with fellow Manchester crew Esoteric Youth (who are