Talking Death: Tomb Mold’s Guitarists Derrick Vella and Payson Power Discuss “Planetary Cl…
We chilled with Vella and Power in the air-conditioned comfort of a Chevy Sonic outside their release-day set in Philadelphia last Friday. Here are the words we exchanged.
Live Report: Eneferens, Gates to the Morning, Windfaerer, and Frost Giant in Philly
The Tusk in Philly was alive last Friday with a slew of emotive, proggy goodness before one-man black metal act Eneferens took the stage -- photos and album streams inside.
Live Report: Primitive Man, Big|Brave, Elizabeth Colour Wheel in Philly
An eclectic lineup of everlasting artists graced Johnny Brenda's in Philadelphia on Saturday, from the almighty hammer of Primitive Man to the emotional onslaught of Big|Brave (photos inside).
Live Report: Pallbearer, Weedeater, Heavy Temple, and Solace Rain Doom Upon Philly
We caught last Friday's delightful and diverse doling-out of doom at Philly's Union Transfer -- show photos inside.
Progspot #3: Dreadnought, Intrepid Alchemy on the Front Range
Multi-instrumentalist Kelly Schilling dissects the evolution of Dreadnought's enigmatic brand of blackened prog-doom and then delves into the concepts woven into "Emergence," released last Friday via Profound Lore.
Inter Arma Talks “Sulphur English” Following Explosive Release-Day Set in Philly
We sat down in Inter Arma's tour van on the date of their new album's release to discuss genre classification, lyrical content, line-up changes, and more with drummer TJ Childers and guitarist Trey Dalton.
The Hops of Wrath: Decibel Metal & Beer Fest 2019 Live Report
Last weekend's Decibel Metal & Beer Fest in Philly was a hit, featuring Tomb Mold, Outer Heaven, Deafheaven, Baroness, and more. Here's our report + photos.
Progspot #2: Rivers of Nihil, Ever-Weaving and Effortlessly Enigmatic
For this edition of Thomas's column, founding Rivers of Nihil members Brody Uttley and Adam Biggs discuss the band's past, present, and future -- this is our extensive interview feature plus show photos from the band's latest tour (which even featured a live saxophonist).
East Coast Bruisers: Horrendous, Tomb Mold, Daeva, and Oxalate @ Saint Vitus (Live Report)
We were there in NYC on Friday night with some of metal's top shining talent (photos inside).
Aaron Turner Seeks “Love in Shadow” in Philadelphia
Sumac's leader talks about their new album and why the term "NeurIsis" doesn’t bother him anymore.