French collective USQUAM offer up intoxicating, vicious blackened death metal melodies that will penetrate your soul in a sound that they describe as “dark, melodic and powerful.”
It’s difficult not to be hooked into the thrilling, epic horror sound of Swedish technical metal band Mister Misery. The band fuses fast, angry metal with grandiose orchestral elements, which … Continue reading Introducing: Mister Misery
Brazilian horror metal collective Alchemia have honed a fascinatingly dark sound that fuses heavy black and death metal influences with dramatic symphonic elements, classical orchestration and gothic synths.
After composing music for countless Norwegian films and TV shows and even winning a Norwegian Emmy, a love for extreme metal genres sees solo project ILLT unleashed on the world.
Emerging from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Calgary band Greybeard offer up a delicious fusion of metal influences, from black metal and death metal to atmospheric and progressive elements.
You often here people who aren’t fans of metal lazily denigrate the genre as “the Devil’s music.” Well, in this case, they’d be absolutely correct. The main source of inspiration for Russian band KVLTMOR is the Diabolica Quimbanda, a sinister Occult black magic tradition that dates back to the forgotten bowels of human history.
If you like your metal dark, fierce, intense and unrelentingly heavy then we think you’re going to love the sound of Russian newcomers Renunciation.
Fusing elements of black metal, noise rock and grunge with Eurodance and 90s R’n’B is probably about eclectic and random as music gets. But somehow, Norwegian band Deathcrush make it work in a way that is loud, brash and angsty yet beautiful.
We love to tick new countries off the new music map and today we’re able to add Romania to this fairly lengthy list. Our first taste of Romanian music is the intriguingly dark and heavy yet deliciously catchy sound of Cluj-Napoca band Lurker In Light.
Our first introduction to Swiss black metal act Blackwall was a combination of their huge sound and their description of the band as “five average guys with an above-average hatred of today’s world.”
Christmas is less than one week away, which means the days are getting shorter and darker. And that darkness is matched by the music of Vesperwynd from the wintery woods of Michigan.
Green and purple. Peanut butter and jam (jelly) – wait, that one definitely doesn’t work. Chocolate and sausages (seriously, try it). All of these things absolutely definitely shouldn’t go together, … Continue reading Introducing: MØL