Reviews and other rambles about the latest releases from Lymphatic Phlegm, KFC Murder Chicks, Dregahir, Heksebrann, Mindforce, God Mother, Зло, and many more artists.
Tag: Dungeon synth
#238 | Reviews and Other Rambles: Rigorous Institution, Hermit Knight, White Ward, Sunrise Patriot Motion, and More
Reviews and other rambles about the latest releases from Labyrinth of Stars, Tulip, Cloud Rat, Gonemage, feth, Smug Anime Face, Rigorous Institution, Hermit Knight, White Ward, and many more.
Releases We’ve Missed, Vol. 1
Brief blurbs about releases we’ve missed on the podcast. The artists covered in this volume include Aequorea, Effluence, days of blue, Brobdingnagian, wombscape, and a slew of others.
#237 | Reviews and Other Rambles: Couldcareless, Doldrum, Mothman, Altars, and More
Reviews and other rambles about the latest releases from couldcareless, Doldrum, Mothman, Altars, Biomorphic Engulfment, Low Cunning, Crowning/Naedr, Disavowed, Absent in Body, and many more.
#236 | Reviews and Other Rambles: Greyhaven, Black Matter Device, Pyrithe, Steaksauce Mustache, and More
Reviews and other rambles about the latest releases from Greyhaven, Black Matter Device, Pyrithe, Steaksauce Mustache, White Ward, Virgin Mother, Alkilith, Moonshield, WAKE, and many more.
#129 | Album Reviews | ESOCTRILIHUM, Despondent Moon, Mizmor, Witch Vomit
Dissections of sounds arcane and apoplectic.
Album Review | Mortuary Chapter | Three Levels of Torment
Mortuary Chapter’s Three Levels of Torment is a short but essential dungeon synth release.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 25 (Replicant, Isegrimm, Mylingar)
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.
Ep. 41: A Conversation with Cyttorak (Crushing Planetary Sludge from Providence)
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.