Tag: avant-garde

24 November 2021 / Dark
30 September 2021 / Dark

Swedish avant-garde quintet, Blodet, are post-everything. With new singer, Hilda Heller, making her recording debut and three new compositions to boot, they’re ready with their Cult of Luna and Refused…

8 June 2021 / Reviews
18 February 2021 / Metal
21 December 2020 / Dark

She’s French, she’s avant-garde, she’s a phenomenal talent, she makes up her own language for the lyrics – it’s Laure Le Prunenec, whom most of you will know as the…

11 August 2020 / Dark

Now here’s a behemoth of an album that demands not to be ignored. Belgian collective, Neptunian Maximalism, have unchained their monolithic debut with a track list spanning a little over…

6 August 2020 / Metal
5 August 2020 / Metal

In the 1990s coming into the new millennium, apart from a few exceptional cult bands (HavoheJ/ Profanatica, Von, Blasphemy), second wave black metal from the North American continent was considered…

22 July 2020 / Metal

Season of Mist have a good ear for underground metal bands of the future and deserve credit for taking a chance on the likes of post-metal experimentalists Constellatia and the…

21 July 2020 / Dark

Maud the Moth is the alter ego of Amaya López-Carromero, a Madrid-born, Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter with jazz and classical training. Although destined to be filed in the ‘singer-songwriter’ genre, it’s this…