Finding joy in desolation.
A rambling dissection of the debut LP, Mirrors, from the mathy deathgrind trio Pupil Slicer.
“The hallway to hell is lined with doors leading to more hallways and doors leading to doors leading to doors leading to emo.”
Top 2020 album picks from the FCU conttibutors.
A podcast review of the fourth LP, MEAT MACHINE, from the Barcelona-based experimental rock/metal quintet, Obsidian Kingdom.
Imbibing the pared down, psychedelic-infused folk ditties from South Africa’s weirdo experimental duo.
Fall into the Sky.
An album review podcast of the debut LP, The Album, from the zany mathcore outfit, ZILF.
An album review podcast of the debut EP, Bile of Man Reborn, from the Chicago-based avant-garde extreme metal project, Fleshvessel.
Their self-titled record is like getting a brain massage from a warbling synth and a trap snare.
This is a fearful record for sure, but it is a fear that cannot ebb away simply because you are not in control of it. In other words, paranoia.
Filthy and Frenzied.