“The Watchers”: Bear Witness to Domkraft’s Hallucinatory Sludge Made Real
The Swedish psychedelic sludge act is set to release a live album from their New York "Day of Doom" set last year -- we're premiering a track now.
Glorious Depravity (Pyrrhon, Woe, Mutilation Rites) Outruns the “Digital Reaper”
Death metal supergroup reminds you not to think too much, just act. Heavy is as heavy does.
Iskandr Takes Listeners To The “Gelderse poort” On New Release (Full EP Stream + Interview…
The Dutch black metal act takes listeners on a personal journey to nostalgic terrain in a new EP.
Perfectly Calibrated Horror: Heads for the Dead Presents “The Coffin Scratcher”
On their upcoming sophomore record "Into the Red," the UK/Germany scare-obsessed death metal group further refine their approach to grisly death metal. Stream a track from the album now.
Screaming Bloody Oranges, Episode #3: Remembering Power Trip’s Riley Gale
The third episode of our podcast is streaming now -- part one involves us reflecting on Riley Gale's legacy, and part two is about the merits (or lack thereof) of album reviews.
Silicon and Steel #2: Ghost-Hunting Sim Game “Phasmophobia” + Three Harrowing Albums
In this edition, Ted Nubel dissects the new (and super entertaining) ghost-hunting simulator "Phasmophobia" with the help of three especially horror-filled heavy albums -- streams, game review, and analysis inside.
Revel in the Frigid Neon Violence of Bergeton’s “Miami Murder” (Album Premiere)
Mayhem's Teloch delves into the realms of menacing synthwave -- we're streaming his new album in full.
Hanging Fortress’s Mighty Death Metal Looks Forward to “Killing You”
The Toledo outfit offers up the closing track from their upcoming album "Darkness Devours," detailing the panic-strewn thought process of brutal survival.
Angular Soundscapes and Obtuse Visions: Moonlow Asks, “Who Are You?” (Album Stream)
The self-dubbed "apocalyptic noise poetry" from Moonlow doesn't deliver a profound experience; rather, it eases you into having one yourself -- stream the entirety of "Who Are You?" now.