Mixed, Not Stirred is a weekly column in which artists curate special, themed playlists via Spotify or other mediums.
In this week’s Mixed, Not Stirred Martin Defatte, Tron Jovi of Guerrilla Ghost, bassist for Volunteer, and part-owner of Triple Eye Industries, curated a playlist of hip-hop and electronic songs that have been influencing his work producing for Guerrilla Ghost. He says in his own words: Continue Reading
Dark, dynamic and undoubtedly massive, Hemelbestormer is an unsung juggernaut within the sludge/doom/post-whatever scenes. Those whose have not experienced this Belgian act’s monolithic tunes are missing out on some truly devastating, forward-thinking “post-metal” that sounds like an environmental cataclysm in audio form. On their newest full-length recording, A Ring of Blue Light, the band continue to build upon their towering sound while incorporating new elements into the mix. The results: crushing as ever.
In this new interview we caught up with drummer Frederik Cosemans to discuss the new album and more.
Sweden’s Craft has inched closer and closer to “mainstream” on every album. Yes, it may anger those with corpse painted balls to admit this, but it’s true. Many fans, myself included, considered their last album Void a bit of a misstep. It’s not great, this is true, however it’s not the flaming bag of shit that it seems to be widely considered. Sure “I Want to Commit Murder” may be the worst song Craft has ever written, but the album is still…uh, fun? Either way, White Noise and Black Metal (don’t stress the title, this is a Velvet Underground reference, and Season of Mist doesn’t release sketchy shit) is a welcome slide in the right direction, but it isn’t without it’s flaws.