Tag: post-black metal

1 December 2023 / Metal

Nottingham’s Underdark might be the bleakest band in Britain. They use the searing hostility of black metal and the white-hot aggression of post-metal and look for melody in places where…

11 October 2023 / Metal

Geneva noise terrorists, Rorcal, produced the most terrifying record of 2021. We noted in our review of Witch Coven that, ‘It doesn’t get much more extreme than this record. Insane…

8 February 2023 / Metal

Bizarrekult started as the project of Russian musician, Roman, in 2006. He relocated to Norway in this initial period of creativity before disappearing after one demo and a split-record with…

21 December 2022 / Metal
1 December 2022 / Metal

The Slovenian duo that released 2021’s Conversing with Ghosts EP are now a quintet, but their identities remain guarded on their debut album. Each member presents only the initials of…

28 July 2022 / Metal

Mike Hill’s New York metal collective, Tombs, released one of the best albums of 2020 with Under Sullen Skies. Their abundance of critical accolades since 2009’s Winter Hours is as…