Pulling together black metal, spoken word, art rock, electronica, and much more into a whirlwind sub-twenty-minute EP, "La Canzone del Cefaloforo" is a peculiar offering that must be heard to be believed—and still somewhat defies belief even then. Read our full review.
The New York-based avant-garde metal trio aims to tell the story of their home city, taking aesthetic inspiration from its near-mythical past. This edition of Piercing the Veil explores the band's musical and conceptual ties to the Big Apple.
Focusing on albums from the month before that may not have gotten their just dues, the first edition of this column looks at a blackened progressive metal band who released a new EP a week ago-- plus, we premiere the wonderfully fractal music video for "And We Are Already At Sea."