The Transatlantic mathgrind duo Fawn Limbs have been steadily cranking out short, hellacious releases since August and show absolutely no signs of stopping. With current and former members of Infinite Nomad, Mireplaner, Psyopus and Commit Suicide at the helm, it should go without saying that these two gentlemen have a firm grasp on all things chaotic. With three EPs currently under their belt and more records slated to be unleashed in the future, Fawn Limbs are poised to be the name on every grind fan’s tongue.
In this interview with Svbterranean, Fawn Limbs’ Eeli Helin and Lee Fisher discuss the origins of the project, their releases up to this date, and future plans. Check it all out below.
Russian industrial legends Sobaki Tabaka have officially unveiled their new remix/tribute album, XX-XXIV, today via WOOAAARGH. This massive 26-track, two-plus hour-long compilation features reinterpretations from the likes of Gnaw Their Tongues, Alan Dubin (Gnaw, ex-Khanate), KERNAL, among others. To celebrate its release, we at Svbterranean bring you the dark, noisy, unsettling and confrontational album in full. Check out the record after the break. Continue Reading
French experimental drone outfit FOUDRE! perform a transcendental sonic ritual on their newest release, KAMI 神. Continue Reading
In Svbterranean’s Album Dissections, artists break down the construction and/or lyrical themes of their records track by track.
Tomorrow, October 5, experimental sound architects Gridfailure and Megalophobe will release their second collaborative album, Tasukete, via Nefarious Industries. Gridfailure’s Dave Brenner and Megalophobe’s Benjamin Levitt stopped by in this edition of Album Dissections to give an insight into the creation of this maddening work of noise. Check out what they had to say below. Continue Reading
I’m sitting there, sweat dripping off my nose, vision blurry, with no groove, no noise besides the unfiltered masses of people and their hideous voices, screeching like nails on a chalk board. Knuckles drag, mouth breathing loudly, lost in their own little self-indulgent world of narcissism, looking at themselves in the mirror when I realize that I have work to do eventually and need something to drown out the shitty ass Journey playing overhead (Trust me, “Lights” is fucking terrible and Steve Perry is god awful). Continue Reading
Experimental trio Stronds recently released their debut full-length album, Plural Version, this past week. Comprised of guitarists Matt Lupo (East of the Wall, OPUL) and Ron Varod (Kayo Dot, Zvi, et al), and synth player Steven Alexander Ryan (The Black Queen), Stronds deliver over an hour of eclectic soundscapes. Mostly improvised and recorded in one session, Plural Version takes listeners on a journey through demented post-rock, drug-induced dark ambient, and other weird places.
Check out the album below along with the video for the track “Ecdysis”. Continue Reading
Necromishka engulf listeners in sprawling, dreary soundscapes on their debut release, The Space Between Us. Continue Reading