Big, battering grooves, anthemic choruses, and boundless energy come together in noise rock harmony on Sofy Major‘s fourth full-length album, Total Dump. Continue Reading
For a quick, but definitely not painless 16 minutes, The Great Sabatini and Great Falls decimate listeners with copious amounts of caustic sludge and bitter noise on their new split release. Continue Reading
On their debut album, Slake, Woorms crawl forth from the swamps of Louisiana to wreak havoc upon listeners’ ear drums with a corrosive brand of noise rock-infused sludge. Continue Reading
Italian duo The Turin Horse craft an unrelentingly violent brand of noise rock that forgoes the typical Amphetamine Reptile formula in favor of sludgy insanity. On their debut, self-titled EP, the band weave sludgy grooves with angular chaos and face-melting power electronics into a unique, battering mix. Fans of Sofy Major and KEN mode, take note.
We recently caught up with guitarist/vocalist Enrico Tauraso to discuss the new EP, the noise rock genre, and more.
Portland-based noise rock outfit Frequency Killer are poised to release their debut single, Lupercalia/Too High Too Low, tomorrow on New Year’s Day. These two tracks forgo typical Amphetamine Reptile worship and instead infuse their noise rock stylings with spaced-out sludge and caustic atmospheres. It’s raw, ugly, and probably the best thing we can think of to ring in the new year. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive early stream of the single alongside a mini-review.
Check out all the goods below. Continue Reading
Massive stoner metal riffs and walls of harsh noise collide on Deathchant‘s self-titled debut. Continue Reading
Well, here it is again.
How do I sum up a year in music that some how seemed to top every other year previous? Why do I say that every year? Who cares what I think anyway? I limited myself to a top thirty, but boy, there’s a ton of honorable mentions. Black metal was king this year, as it is most years for me. I’m boring, whatever, eat my shit.
Without further ado: