An exhilarating but swampy experience, the debut record of heavy metal trio Sightless Pit will leave you disoriented and yearning. In an interview with …continue reading Now Hear This: Grave of A Dog (Sightless Pit)
With catchy beats and dark lyrics, Secret Shame makes a strong case for a spot as one of the 2019’s best new acts on …continue reading Now Hear This: Dark Synthetics (Secret Shame)
A little slice of Canadian gothic, “Creep on Creepin On” is absolutely perfect for those chilly nights when you want something a little spectral. …continue reading Now Hear This: Creep On Creepin On (2011)
A triptych of chemical destruction, sideshow oddities, and pulp punk power, The Character Trilogy proves good things come in threes. A review of Roberta, …continue reading Now Hear This: The Character Trilogy (2016-2019)
The “Antichrist” OST (recently re-released for the film’s 10th anniversary) is a magnificently dark soundscape for an extremely dark film. Lars von Trier’s controversial …continue reading Now Hear This: Antichrist OST (10th Anniversary)
Woefully unknown and deserving more, the final Wendy O. Williams record is a gorgeous, gonzo ecological horror story encased in a thrash metal shell. …continue reading Now Hear This: “Maggots: The Record” (Plasmatics)
A Halloween classic in the making, the new Clipping. record sports stellar beats, beautifully built flows, and narratives worth howling over. I want to …continue reading Now Hear This: A Review of the Newest From Clipping.
Chelsea Wolfe’s latest is a dreamy acoustic trip well worth taking. A lovely return to her folky roots, Wolfe’s power still shines. I am a …continue reading Now Hear This: Birth of Violence (2019)