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Cairiss - Fall (Review)

Cairiss are an atmospheric/post-black metal band from the UK. This is their debut EP.

Now, here we have something very impressive.

Cairiss’ music is atmospheric metal that takes a good amount of black metal influence but builds on it with post-metal knowledge and application. 357 more words


The Best Albums of New Age Shoegaze

Listening to a new music genre can be a daunting task. You have various people telling you where to start and, before you know it, you’re swamped in suggested albums and artists. 524 more words

Other Stuff

Sexual Sunday with Varg Vikernes: Deafheaven

Hey Varg,

I really like your column, it’s the highlight of my week.  I had a question for you, man.

I’ve been seeing this girl for about six months now.   345 more words

Varg Vikernes

Album Review: Deafheaven - Roads to Judah (2011)

The 12 minute opener, Violet begins softly offering a simple guitar melody with the soft patter of drums in the background. It wraps itself around your mind as the volume increases & the beat intensifies, twisting like early morning mist. 390 more words

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Harakiri for the Sky - III: Trauma (Review)

As the name suggests, this is the third album from this Austrian post-black metal band.

Harakiri for the Sky blend resplendent, expansive post-rock/metal with a blackened intensity. 240 more words


Gig Review: Deafheaven + High Tension + Hope Drone

Deafheaven + High Tension + Hope Drone
Corner Hotel, Richmond
June 3rd, 2016

Having released two of the highest rated albums this decade, Deafheaven have become one of the most revolutionary names in metal and shoegaze music across the globe. 787 more words


FIELD AGENT (USA / Stephen Lee Clark of Deafheaven) / CONCRETE LUNG (UK) / 01.06.16

Wednesday 1st June // 7pm // All-ages

Field Agent (US)
Stephen Lee Clark, bass player from Deafheaven showcases a diverse set of hip-hop drum machines, grinding synths and a chaos of pure sound. 36 more words