Much heavier than Shelter!
Emerging out of the rough-edged husk of lineup changes and label unrest – including a six year gap (2003-2009) between releases – is a sonic butterfly of such boundless magic and beauty that its difficult to imagine Anathema haven't always sounded like this.
12 years and it's finally coming?!
This week we go digging for demos.
The ten tracks on offer span the width and breathe of the Godflesh oeuvre, sounding as rhythmically calculating and drill-press noisy as early works on the one hand while coming across as more nuanced on the other with bouts of formless amorphousness weaved into various sections.
THE CONTORTIONIST Vocalist Michael Lessard Discusses New Album’s Concept, Favorite Movies, & Solo Material
After the release of their Language album, I became very much engulfed in The Contortionist universe, attending as many of…
"We recorded a new version of Opiate not too long ago. We wrote a different break down that’s about five minutes longer in the middle of the song."
FFO: Inter Arma, Isis, Neurosis.
FFO: Chon, Dance Gavin Dance, The Contortionist…
The following is a guest post by Tombs frontman Mike Hill. Metal and horror have always been connected. Black Sabbath, arguably…
It’s Monday and Mondays suck, so let’s grind it out with Seminary’s Automnymous.
Finally, the weekend is upon us. What better way to kick it off than with the latest installment of "Funeral…
BLACK SABBATH, METALLICA, JUDAS PRIEST Top The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time by Rolling Stone's
There was a time in the not so distant past (2012) that we made fun of Rolling Stone's coverage of…
Carach Angren release the best work of their career in the nightmare fueled Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten.
We wish Pete Adams all the best!