Underground Unusualities #1: The Cold Harbour’s “Homebound” Takes You Home
In this new series, Jenna scours the musical underrealms for unusual albums to un-forget; this week, she looks at the dreamy but devestating post-hardcore opus from U.K. outfit Cold Harbour.
Jamming with Jenna, Round #5: Viva La Bam, From Rock to Rock-Bottom
Jenna dives into a foregone era of televised tomfoolery and asshattery, the heavy music it involved and supported, and where these anti-heroes ended up in the Internet age.
Mini-Feature: Wolvennest Enters the “Void” on Haunting New EP
The dense atmospherics and abstract darkness of Wolvennest should not go unheard -- the sextet recently released a psychedelic new EP as a follow-up to last year's full-length.
夢遊病者 (Sleepwalker) Demonstrates the Promise of Blackened Psychedelic Metal with “First Utt…
We unleash a bleak new track from international outfit Sleepwalker, chock full of all the abstract noise and heady atmospherics we've come to expect from the project.
Pale Misery’s “Hope is a Mistake” Serves Up Bloody, Blackened Blows
Stream a crusty, gnarly new track from the Louisiana-based outfit's upcoming debut album "Black Candles and Gutter Scum."
Never, Nothing, NONE: A Sorrowful Peek of New Album with “It’s Painless to Let Go”
We unveil the perfect antithesis to the changing seasons: check out a new track from the anonymous black metal project NONE's upcoming third full-length "Damp Chill of Life."
Sunshine and Suicide: Sadness’s “Circle of Veins” Tackles a Different Kind of Seasonal Dep…
Welcoming the spring season the post-metal way with the latest album from Illinois-based project Sadness.
Ellende’s Deathly Climactic Black Metal Shines on “Lebensnehmer”
We unveil an early full stream of the Austrian black metal project's latest full-length "Lebensnehmer."
Chrome Waves Offers its Bleak Visions on New Video for “Open Casket”
We unveil a hypnotic new music video from the black metal outfit's impressive debut full-length (featuring former members of Wolvhammer, Nachtmystium, Abigail Williams, Amiensus, and more) which hit shelves earlier this month.
A Jesus Piece: Looking Back at Christianity’s Role in Metalcore
Was it weird or otherwise antithetical that Christianity surged throughout metalcore's veins during the subgenre's heyday? Jenna dives in to find out.