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Leila Abdul-Rauf’s “Phantasiai” Summons Ethereal Spirits (Full Album Stream)
The Vastum mastermind ventures deep into ambient space with a phantasmagoric new solo album which is now streaming in full.
Musk Ox Accepts Their “Inheritance” On New Album (Full Album Stream + Interview)
The Canadian progressive folk trio unleashes their first album since 2014, which is paired with a lengthy interview.
Pisswitch and St. Barthelmy’s Temple Display Variety on New Split (Full Split Debut)
Raw and heavy blackened doom metal go head to head on a new split, which is now streaming in full.
Dungeon Serpent’s “Decay” Revives “Melodic” Death Metal (Early Track Debut)
Big and brawny melodic death metal, but not the Gothenburg school. Listen to "Decay" ahead of "World of Sorrows"' July 16 release,
Drawn and Quartered Enter the “Congregation Pestilence” (Full Album Stream)
The return of darkness and evil. Listen to Drawn and Quartered's new album "Congregation Pestilence" in full.
Netherbird Summons the “Void Dancer” On New Single (New Track Debut)
Melodic, majestic, and evil black metal from Sweden breaks free from the realm of influence on their new single. Listen to "Void Dancer" ahead of release.
Soothsayer and Eugene Robinson Embrace Heaviness on “War of the Doves” (Video Debut)
The Irish sludge/doom metal band teams up with Oxbow vocalist Eugene Robinson for an exercise in atmospheric heaviness and riff worship.
Givre’s First Album in a Decade Transcends Black Metal (Full Album Stream)
From Entheos to Givre and back again, Givre's first album since 2010 is marked with religious iconography, progressive sounds, and nostalgia for a time which now seems so much longer ago.
General Surgery Demand You “Lay Down and Be Counted” (Full EP Stream)
Goregrind legends General Surgery return after a lengthy wait, but it's like no time has passed at all. Stream new EP "Lay Down and Be Counted" in full.
Phobia (mems. Enslaved, Theatre of Tragedy) Unearth “The Slaughterhouse Tapes” (Early Album Stream)
Members of Enslaved and Theatre of Tragedy recall their salad days as a death metal band from 1990 to 1991 in a new compilation, containing unreleased tracks from their days as Phobia.