RUÏM Explores The Mysteries of the Left Hand Path (Interview)
Blasphemer (AKA Rune Eriksen), ex-Mayhem guitarist and member of Aura Noir, Vltimas, and more, talks to us about his new black metal project's debut album.
The Anchoret’s Expansive Progressive Metal Blazes “Until the Sun Illuminates” (Early Track Stream)
The international progressive metal project (featuring members of The Tangent, Gargoyl, Heaven's Cry, and more) will release their debut album "It All Began with Loneliness" soon - check out a new track from the band.
VOSH Highlights the Drama of Goth Rock on “Vessel” (Interview)
We talked to VOSH about their heavy blend of goth rock and how this band differs from their previous projects.
Outlaw Get Introspective on “Reaching Beyond Assiah” (Interview)
The Bralizian black metal band Outlaw’s third album "Reaching Beyond Assiah" offers plenty to think about.
Bonginator are the Self-Explanatory Death Metal Powerhouse You Need (Interview)
Death metal meets weed - it's not complicated, but it does whip. We talked to the band about their newest album "The Intergalactic Grebong of Deathpot."
Trespasser Stoke the Revolutionary Fires of Black Metal on “ἈΠΟΚΆΛΥΨΙΣ” (Interview)
We spoke at length with the Swedish black metal project's mastermind, XVI, about his band's action-focused take on black metal that springs from anarchist roots.
Austere Capture Depression on New Track “A Ravenous Oblivion” (New Song Debut)
Austere drop their new track, "A Ravenous Oblivion," from their forthcoming album "Corrosion of Hearts," out April 28 via Prophecy Productions.
“To Know the Light” of Black Metal: Dawn Ray’d on Growing Towards Love, Not Destruction (Interview)
We spoke to UK black metal band Dawn Ray'd about their new album, how music and politics intersect, how to foster inclusivity, and more.
Iravu on the Untold Story of Malaysian Black Metal and “A Fate Worse Than Home” (Interview)
On the Malaysian black metal band's new album "A Fate Worse Than Home," Iravu declares that though one’s identity may lead to discrimination, it’s necessary to thrive.
Mork on Primitive Black Metal and Cultivating Atmosphere (Interview)
We spoke to Thomas Eriksen, the driving force behind Norwegian black metal stalwart Mork, about his new record "Dypet" and about remaining consistently primitive in black metal.