Professionally dubbed high bias tape of Barren of Shape’s ‘Fauna and Defloration’ EP. Cassette shells are toxic green with a custom design on each side. Limited edition of 40.
Brendan Auld (Descent, Siberian Hell Sounds, SNORLAX, Consumed) probes his various projects, exploring the compositional approach of each.
In this album review podcast episode, we discuss the latest releases from Campaign Committee (Bill of Rights), Martyria’s (Self-Titled), and Secret Cutter (Quantum Eraser).
Owen Swerts discusses, in depth, his innate propensity to create whilst exploring his myriad of projects such as Days of Desolation, Frequency Eater, et al.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Sol de Sangre (Self-Titled), Caustic Reverie (Ultra Vires), and Cyclopean Blood Temple (Unholy Union).
Mark of Hacksaw claws deeper into the tracks on his latest EP, Raw Fucking Gore, and muses over some of his most favorite horror films.
Gautier discusses YATTAÏ’s early years, the essence of the band and what being in the band means to him, and how they have adapted their sound over the years.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Cosmotheoros (At Eternity’s Gate), Antigama (Depressant), and Malicious Wonderland (Pessimism).
Jameson discusses the origin of Decline, his love for misanthropic music and bastard feedback, and the raw, bitter sentiments underlying his lyrics.
Ian Turpin of Throat Breach discusses the evolution of his grindcore band from its bedroom days as Napalm Meth up to it becoming a sludgy, pus-exuding three-piece.
A podcast conversation with Belgium’s Barren of Shape, a zany experimental death-grind band featuring two bassists and one drummer.
68 tracks spread across the genres of dark ambient, doom metal, black metal, grindcore, drone/experimental, and hardcore.