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#119 | Album Review | Zeresh – Farewell
Steeped in mysticism, Farewell’s amorphous and verdant folk compositions beckon us into an early onset of autumn.
#83 | Album Review | BLACK BILE – Dead Leaves Before An Angry Wind
Interspersed throughout the frigid void writhing, feverish outbursts of death industrial erupt and sometimes, molten heaps of sheet metal eek to create scathing harsh noise textures.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 26 (Gaetir The Mountainkeeper, VANHA, Andromida)
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.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 22 (Grave Blankets, Cognitive, MULE)
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.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 17 (Zeresh, NewBreed, Keosz)
In this album review episode, we chat about recent releases from Zeresh (Sigh for Sight), NewBreed (Law), and Keosz (NO FUTURE: VOL 2).