Industrial post-metal outfit Lament Cityscape recently released a remixed and remastered version of their 2015 full-length, The Torn, entitled The Torn (Release). The massive re-release features various remixes from artists such as Theologian and Godhunter, as well as a cover of Ministry‘s “Filth Pig”. To coincide with the record’s release, the band have also released an official film to accompany the record. The film, directed by Neil Corbin, is just as brooding and disquieting as the album itself.
Check out the film below and purchase the record here. Continue Reading
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, Unendlich mastermind Mike Connors curated a playlist highlighting 10 songs that have had an impact and his playing. Connors said the following of the mix: Continue Reading
Yatra deliver all of the distorted fuzz and hazy-eyed riffs doom metal fans crave on their full-length debut, Death Ritual. Continue Reading
In Svbterranean’s Album Dissections, artists break down the construction and/or lyrical themes of their records track by track.
Back in November, indie folk artist Crosby Morgan released her new EP titled Rain Games for the Natural Born Pariah. In comparison to her Patrons of Silence EP that was released back in May, Rain Games for the Natural Born Pariah sees Morgan delving deeper into her ambient influences to produce an acoustic-driven, atmospheric sound that is reminiscent of the more brooding of Low‘s material and the more stripped-down moments in Chelsea Wolfe‘s discography.
Crosby Morgan was kind enough to take part in our Album Dissections series to talk in depth about the stories behind the songs. Check out what she had to say below. Continue Reading