Speaking in Tongues: Inter Arma’s “Sulphur English”
Our full review of the intoxicating new Inter Arma album, out today via Relapse.
Waste of Space Orchestra Waste Nothing on “Syntheosis”
We dissect the psychedelic and emotive new full-length from Waste of Space Orchestra, a marrying of forces between Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising.
I’m Listening to Death Metal #6: Morbus Chron’s “Sweven”
Death metal's dreamscape became lucidly lush with Morbus Chron's second (and final) full-length "Sweven" -- in this edition of his column, Langdon Hickman dives into his dreams and analyzes this landmark release.
Nekrasov’s Mind-Melting Madness Shines on “Through Blind Acceptance the Nightmare Continue…
Stream a new track from the enigmatic "heavy negative wizard metal" artist Nekrasov's upcoming latest full-length effort "Lust of Consciousness."
Chaos and Cinema: “Empath” Perfectly Captures the Lucidity and Lunacy of Devin Townsend
"Empath" is Devin Townsend's first album under his moniker since 2007's incredible "Ziltoid the Omniscient" -- we take a closer look at "Empath" to see how it measures up before its release tomorrow.
Devin Townsend #3: A Journey Through His Later Work (Non-SYL)
In Part 3 of our in-depth Devin Townsend series leading up to the release of "Empath," we explore Townsend's ever-brightening and fascinating later era to current.
Downtown with Devin Townsend #2: Strapping Young Lad
In Part 2 of our in-depth Devin Townsend series leading up to the release of "Empath," we explore Townsend's wild musical saga under the Strapping Young Lad moniker.
I’m Listening to Death Metal #5: Tribulation’s “The Children of the Night”
This month, Langdon explores the intersection of spirituality -- religion, faith, heaven, and hell -- with Tribulation's third full-length album, citing his personal experience along the way.
Downtown with Devin Townsend #1: A Journey Through His Early Work (Non-SYL)
In Part 1 of our in-depth Devin Townsend series leading up to the release of "Empath," we highlight Townsend's early brilliance across all things weird, obtuse, and extreme.
Dream Theater’s New Album “Distance Over Time” Boosts Prog’s Velocity
We get nitpicky and detailed with the new Dream Theater album (released today) -- what does "Distance Over Time" offer to prog fans and non-fans alike, and is it a magnum opus?