Underground Unusualities #5: Haunted’s Uncut Reality and the Mournful Trance
The etherous and dizzying fever-dreaming of Haunted. The dystopia of something as mundane as a train ride.
Ancient Hostility’s Self-Titled Debut Indicts Humanity’s Self-Betrayal
SadVoice and Imber have formed a supergroup fit for the final pages of history -- here's an early full stream of "Ancient Hostility" which releases officially tomorrow.
A Movement Immortal: The Latest and Greatest from Post-Hardcore
Four recent post-hardcore albums true to the genre's tenets but cutting-edge and exciting all the same.
Jamming with Jenna, Round #6: Blurred Lines, the Realities of Hate Fantasies in Grind/Deat…
In this edition of her column, Jenna recounts personal experiences in the realm of grind/deathcore which help raise questions regarding the subgenres' aestheticization of hate.
Underground Unusualities #4: Cartographs Captures Shattered Screens and Fragile Romance
A post-hardcore unit fit for a toxic web of online love.
Lingua Ignota Awakens a Sleeping Giant in New Song “Butcher of the World”
The experimental solo artist provides a glimpse into the universe of her second full-length "Caligula."
Underground Unusualities #3: Arboricidio’s “What We Leave Behind” Fears, but Fights
"Inching closer to inevitable disaster, arteries disperse toxic waters..." -- Jenna explores the d-beat crusty devastation of this international outfit.
Seductive Stoner Rock Outfit Abrahma Tease New Album Addressing Mental Health
We unveil “Eclipse of the Sane Pt. 2: Fiddler of the Bottle," the penultimate track on Abrahma's upcoming full-length where the Parisian project opens up about the throes of depression.
Underground Unusualities #2: Strife Machine’s “The Human Dragon” Documents Eternal Night
Jenna has been scouring musical (and emotional) underrealms for unusual albums to un-forget; this week, it's Strife Machine's dark ambient masterpiece "The Human Dragon" leading us into abstract voids.
Chilled Out: Six Albums for Gazing Up at Summer Skies
We relax from an onslaught of devastating death metal for suaver, lighter music -- here are six albums to jam while wearing sunglasses (whether or not you're crying behind them).