How ANTIFA ̶A̶l̶m̶o̶s̶t̶ Killed a Festival

Antifa unfairly targeted a small Norwegian festival... and killed it.

Worhs – Le Temps des Blasphèmes

Over the years, France has pumped out some of the most groundbreaking and exciting black metal bands. With bands as varied as the shoegaze-leaning...

Nothing – Guilty of Everything

It's hard to know who to blame for this past decade's flood of metal/shoegaze crossover, but when the music is as good as it...

Alcest (Neige) Interview

"I think reality is always subjective, and we don't know what is for real apart from the fact [that] we see it with our eyes, we smell it, touch it, but we don't know more."

Merrimack – The Acausal Mass

French black metal has always done a great job of throwing fans of the genre for a loop. On the one hand, groups like...

Vattnet Viskar – Vattnet Viskar

It really pleases me to see that the American post-rocky take on black metal still hasn't run out of steam yet. It's been a...

Love Sex Machine – Love Sex Machine

God, what an awesome band name. If I were to ever start a band, Love Sex Machine would definitely be on the shortlist of badass...

Deafheaven Interview

"We're still a really young band, and I think that we have a lot of room to grow - and grow we will."

Nokturnal Hellstorm – Nokturnal Hellstorm

I had said earlier this week that doom metal was the subgenre most enamored with its humble roots, but in retrospect that statement's more...

Drudkh – Eternal Turn of the Wheel

So it looks like Drudkh put out another album. These enigmatic Ukrainians first made waves in the black metal underground in 2003 with Forgotten...


The Dark Side of Business: An Interview with Scott Ian Lewis of Carnifex

Scott Ian Lewis on the dangerous state of live music, comics, and Necromanteum

Belphegor – The Devils

Belphegor's twelfth studio album, "The Devils," is a dark and intense offering that showcases the band's signature blackened death metal sound. From the opening...