We delve into the seedy underbelly of the 1986 horror classic, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.
Nicholas of NONE discusses the blend of genres, feelings, and energy comprising this solo project of his. He goes into his writing process, what the project represents for him personally, and he also divulges the intriguing notion that NONE is more than just the name of his project, but a deity of his own construction.
In episode twenty-seven, we vacate the halls of bone and flesh to journey to the quirky, synth-laden krautrock mountain of worms on Return to Worm Mountain’s eponymous LP. We get doused in the effervescent ambient energy of FOUDRE!’s Kami 神 and we get smoked out by the delectably hefty stoner doom crunch of Azimuth from Summoned by Giants.
Professionally duplicated cassettes of Noctilucant’s latest opus, A New Terror Born in Death, is now available. Limited edition of 30.
In episode forty-three, Duncan Park (Listeriosis, Return to Worm Mountain) delves into each of his projects and discusses what he has learned from them. He speaks about how he came into contact with extreme metal, his love for drone, and how his compositional approach has evolved as he works with more musicians.
In episode twenty-six, we wander across the ancient, frost-bitten crags sculpted on Gaetir The Mountainkeeper’s Fornjörð. We stagger through the melodic funeral doom death march of VANHA’s Melancholia and on Andromida’s More Than Human, we soar atop its illustrious, cinematic djent compositions.
In episode forty-two, VANCORVID delves into her surreal blend of violin arrangements and experimental electronic, her writing process, and paying respects to the Irish goddess Morrigan.
In episode twenty-five, we get ensnared within the oozing tech-death miasma of Replicant’s Negative Life. We trek across the majestic medieval expanses conjured on Isegrimm’s Der Herr Von Verona and we suffocate in the pestilent blackened death metal tomb of Mylingar’s Döda Drömmar.
In episode forty-one, Rich and Evan of Providence-based sludge brigade, Cyttorak, discuss the band’s formation, their tonal evolution, and how they channel the auras of the old United States land upon which they reside.
In episode twenty-four, we get steamrolled by the sludgy, experimental dual bass, drum, and vocal grind of Burmese’s privileged. We are ported back to 14th century China in HolyArrow’s epic black metal opus, 靖難/Fight back for the Fatherland, and we convulse in the sludge ‘n roll bliss of BUMMER’s Holy Terror.
In episode twenty-three, we languish in the dreary harsh noise auras erected by Worm Monolith, we seek reprieve from our monotonous existence via the unfettered noise rock energy promulgated in Tongue Party’s Looking for a Painful Death, and we traverse the night sky with Allogenic’s Rites of Fear, stepping into its experimental electronic portal to explore the occult secrets lying beyond.
In episode twenty-two, we are cloaked in the droning, industrial-tinged sound palettes of Grave Blankets’ self-titled debut EP. We get hanged, drawn and quartered by the technical, groove-laden death metal savagery of Cognitive’s new LP, Matricide, and we stride across the neon synth skylines of MULE’s future retro debut record, Music for B-Movies.