Invisible Oranges Editors
Records of the Week with Jon and Ted #8
This Friday, Ted and Jon look into different ends of the traditional doom metal spectrum with Place of Skulls and While Heaven Wept, respectively.
Records of the Week with Jon and Ted #7
Another week, another set of records. This time, Ted and Jon eschew metal in favor of their progressive rock favorites.
Records of the Week With Jon and Ted #6
This week, Jon and Ted dive into the notable and obscure, citing heavy metal and would-be black metal classics alike.
Records of the Week With Jon and Ted #5
This time around, Editors in Chief Jon and Ted look at two distant ends of the metal spectrum: Lucifer Was' classic heavy rock and Saturnus' despondent doom metal.
Records of the Week With Jon and Ted #4
In this new installment of "Records of the Week With Jon and Ted," our intrepid editors look back to the mid-to-late 2000s for some decade-and-a-half-old death metal nostalgia.
Records of the Week With Jon and Ted #3
This week, Ted and Jon take a deep dive into doom's various facets, from MonumentuM's darkwave inflections to Earthride's stoner riffpocalypse.
Records of the Week With Jon and Ted #2
Co-editors-in-chief Jon Rosenthal and Ted Nubel each select a record to discuss.
Editor’s Choice #2: Two Musical Chameleons
Ted and Jon dig into two musical curiosities: Elder and Beyond Dawn, chameleons whose sound adapted to their changing creativity over time.
Editor’s Choice #1: Jon and Ted Edition
Let a new reign of terror begin.
Mare Cognitum and Spectral Lore: A Wanderer’s Dawn on the Cosmic Horizon (Dual Song Premie…
These two atmospheric black metal projects join forces yet again, culminating in a nearly two-hour cosmic explosion of music -- here are two magnificent new singles from the upcoming collaborative release.