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Another first introduction to another band that caught my eye through Twitter! I was very intrigued by the look of this album in general. Being on Southern Lord, i’m expecting something unrelenting and experimental, with long drawn out tracks. 276 more words

Album Review

Album Review: I, Awake by Upcdownc

Progressive post-metal / horror-synth / sludge act Upcdownc release their new album I, Awake on 22nd September. Following 17 years of producing constant heavy, instrumental, fuzzy noise this will be the band’s first album as a 3 piece.  395 more words


Ehnahre - The Marrow (Review)

This is the fifth album from Ehnahre, an experimental doom band from the US.

This is a hefty and ambitious experimental doom release. It has a basis in metal, but frequently incorporates non-metal elements into the music, to great effect. 422 more words


Melbourne Post-Metal Band YLVA Announce 'META' + Song Premiere at Decibel!

Melbourne, Australia’s newest post-metal & sludge powerhouse YLVA present their Translation Loss debut record META.  This four piece ensemble creates patient, dark and intense music punctuated with crushing riffs at extreme volumes.  144 more words


Profile: Roger Kilburn of Bréag Naofa

Recently, Seattle’s Bréag Naofa released their EP Cearo via their Bandcamp page in digital and vinyl formats. And have since released II via Halo of Flies and, again, on their Bandcamp page. 1,275 more words

Black Metal

BIG|BRAVE’s Howling Post-Metal Emphasizes Space, Volume, and Emotion

For musicians, life in a big city comes with advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, there’s ready access to concerts, arts events, and other cultural activities, and opportunity to connect in person with others who share even the most niche interests. 1,001 more words

Featured Music

Antarktis - Ildlaante (Review)

Antarktis are a post-metal band from Sweden and this is their debut album.

Featuring members and ex-members of In Mourning and October Tide, Ildlaante is 54 minutes of heavy, engaging, textured music. 297 more words