As we anxiously await the release of Iskandr’s «Vergezicht» next month – we wrote a long news piece about it here – , a new single has…… Read more “Listen to «Baken» by Iskandr”
Little more than a year has passed since the release of the gorgeous «Bloem», during which they also released the «Relaas» compilation, and Fluisteraars is primed to…… Read more “Listen to Fluisteraar’s «Brand woedt in mijn graf»”
September will see the release of «Vergezicht», the third full-length by Iskandr, the project started originally by O. (Turia, Solar Temple, Nusquama, Dool, and ex-Lubbert Das) which…… Read more “Iskandr to release «Vergezicht»”
Last year might have been different in a lot of ways, but that didn’t prevent us from getting a string of excellent releases from Haeresis Noviomagi, as…… Read more “Label update: Haeresis Noviomagi”
The trio’s third full-length promises to be one of the year’s early highlights.
As we’d previously reported on here, Dead Neanderthals united forces with Skeletonwitch guitarist Scott Hedrick to create an album titled «Ghosts», which will see the light of…… Read more “An update on Dead Neanderthals’ «Ghosts»”
Today, Imperial Cult have unveiled their first track, «Spasm Of Light», a mammoth of a thirty three minute-long black metal song, in which the trio’s relentless approach yields…… Read more “Meet Imperial Cult through «Spasm of Light»”
Today, Eisenwald and Haeresis Noviomagi are teaming up to release «Horizon Ontheemt», the debut album by Dutch black metal quintet Nusquama (see previous piece on this release…… Read more “Nusquama release «Horizon Ontheemt»”
Musicians from Fluisteraars, Laster, and Turia have gotten together to form Nusquama. The new project derives its name from the word used by Thomas Moore “to refer…… Read more “Nusquama introduce themselves with «Vuurslag»”
A Lubbert Das full-length will be released later this year.
A trio of excellent releases will see the light of day tomorrow.
Two of the most interesting bands in black metal’s underground have united for a fantastic split.
From self-dubbed mechanical dark ambient, to black death metal and sludge, today’s round-up might be our most extreme one yet.