News Posts

Emerging progressive doom band The Abbey unveiled their 2nd single ‘Widow’s Will’ and opened the pre-sales for the upcoming debut album ‘Word of Sin’, set for release in February via Season of Mist!

Author & Punisher announced their highly anticipated upcoming full-length ‘Krüller’ and gives us a first taste with the track ‘Drone Carrying Dread’!

Superlynx bassist/vocalist Pia Isaksen announces her solo project PIA ISA and the solo debut to be released next year via Argonauta Records!

King Woman releases yet another captivating video and song with ‘Psychic Wound’, from the upcoming Relapse Records album ‘Celestial Blues’!

Occult synth doom collective Circle Of Sighs comes back with yet another otherworldly track that will boggle your minds. Check out ‘We Need Legends’ from their upcoming album ‘Narci’!

Black Totem unleashed a first taste of the upcoming deathrock hell that is to come some time next year with a video single!

Belgian atmospheric metal outfit B R I Q U E V I L L E unleashes a new single in anticipation of their upcoming new album “Quelle”.

Russian trio Dunwich releases a second mesmerizing song and video of their upcoming debut album “Tail-Tied Hearts”.

Dee Calhoun releases a first track of his upcoming album ‘Godless’ and the video that goes along with it couldn’t be more relevant at this time…

Doom/sludge quartet Inter Arma announce European headline tour, with Belgian gig at Desertfest.

Album Reviews

In a sidestep from psychedelic doomsters Superlynx, Norwegian artist Pia Isaksen has shared bit of personal life on the hauntingly beautiful drones of her ‘Distorted Chants’, her first solo outing.

Join the Cult of Scarecrow on their debut full length ‘Tales of the Sacrosanct Man’ for some groove fueled grungy heavy metal, out now on Wormholedeath.

A review of “Versatile”, the latest release by minimalistic, gloomy neo-folk project A Stick and a Stone.

Primitive Man emerges once more from his cave, armed with his third bludgeoning of doom, noise and sludge: ‘Immersion’.

From an alternate version of the Earth where the eighties never ended comes Bestialord’s ‘Black Mass Wedding’ with a proto doom meatal record that they simply don’t make anymore on this plane.

Black no 1. True Norwegian Black? No, the only real black is Pinkish Black. With no more than a stack of synths and a drum set this dynamic duo pull of an incredible mélange of synthwave , doom and ambient.

Latin lovers Inter Arma return for the fourth time with the particularly fiery ‘Sulphur English’.

With a moniker like The Sabbathian you’d almost be disappointed if the band didn’t display some serious hero worship at the altar of Iommi, yet it’s not quite so retro as you might think. This dynamic duo mixes in a lot of unexpected twists and turns, from Burzumesque guitar hissing to a duet with Liv Kristine.

Whereas the previous two records had a dynamic interplay between up tempo rockers and slow burners, When The World Becomes undone’ mostly focuses on slow tracks , not unlike the similarly monikered World Coming Down did, after the easier on the ear tunes of October Rust.

Splendidula’s Post Mortem is an album with a mind-boggling variety, from the mesmerizing chants to the earth-shattering heavy tones.