Beyond Khaos

‘Beyond Khaos’ journeys into Maxime’s vortex of exquisite nightmares, dark entities, memories, surreal contorted bodies and visions of macabre delights. Evokes cunning emotions of horrors, exorcising our addiction for the absurd, the surreal, an ecstatic encounter that leaves us to surrender to our most profound humanity. ‘Beyond Khaos’ is Maxime’s finest collection of work made…

Mondo Death

In Flesh, Bones & Cartilage Mondo Death is a new collection of death infested philosophy, the dark arts, music and rot. Bloody, ravaging, destructive, murderous theorems of death. Featuring nearly 200 interviews including Master, Morbid Angel, Skinless, Autopsy, Extol, Nervecell, Omnium Gatherum, Disbelief, Veld, Debauchery, Sinister, Cannibal Corpse, Cattle Decapitation, God Dethroned, Hate, The Black Dahlia Murder,…

Pallbearer

Pallbearer is back with a new album, ​Forgotten Days. Carefully plotted throughout 2019, the quartet’s fourth long-player eschews the compositional maximalism that hoisted predecessor ​Heartless ​aloft for the heaviest groove and the most visceral hooks to come out of the Arkansans to date. Spread across eight towering tracks, ​Forgotten Days ​sees Pallbearer embracing their roots…

Tragic Death

Born of Dying Embers by Steven Moser Tragic Death has always been a band that embraces the apocalypse or destruction of mankind. When we first started in 2009 we wanted a name that could bring together all the different musical inspirations and strike our fans with the emotion we were going for. Especially as we…

Ages

Uncrown by Daniel Beckman Ages is a name which represents a timelessness, and an unwavering reminder of perpetuity. And it gives us a sense of awe before the endlessness and vastness of all things that are. Regardless of humanity’s failures, accomplishments, atrocities or triumphs; time, progress, and existence will endure. It felt like the perfect…

Wolcensmen

Fire In The White Stone By Dan Capp Wolcensmen began in 2013 as a casual solo-project, seeking to create acoustic, atmospheric music with themes based on English spirituality and mysticism. After a well-received demo, Deivlforst Records from Germany released the debut album ‘Songs from the Fyrgen’ in 2016. Due to its success, it was reissued…

Thenighttimeproject

Pale Season By Alexander Backlund Not straying far from his most notable roots, Fredrik “North” Norrman founded THENIGHTTIMEPROJECT — a pleasantly nostalgic road for those more familiar with his work in KATATONIA. Our music can be described as an odd blend of four eclectic tastes. The base of our sound is rock, and some fitting…

The Offering

Home by Alex Richichi The Offering formed in 2015, the quartet has a way of cleverly suffusing all their influences—from black and death to heavy and modern to thrash and power to nü and hardcore—into their story-like songs. Overtime (and across many refinement sessions), The Offering has developed their all-in dynamic into a signature sound.…

Pulchra Morte

Divina Autem et Aniles By Jarrett Pritchard & Clayton Gore Pulchra Morte (ˈpul.kʰra / ˈmɔr.te) began with the idea to re-capture a feeling that has become increasingly scarce in the dense landscape of extreme music today, formation of songs containing weight, atmosphere and feeling. Started by Clayton Gore and Jason Barron (formerly of St. Louis…

Reido

Anātman by Alexander Kachar Reido have been around since 2002. The band was founded in Minsk, Belarus, by Alexander Kachar and Anton Matveev. The first album was called ‘F:\all’ and was released in 2006 on Russian label Solitude Prod. The style of ‘F:\all’ could be described as funeral doom with some industrial and avant-garde elements.…

Latitudes

Part Island By Jon Lyon A UK experimental metal band formed in 2006 and known for their melancholic and constantly evolving sound. Latitudes progressed rapidly from the doomy instrumental post-metal of debut EP Bleak Epiphanies in Slow Motion (2007) to the broader scope of acclaimed first full-length Agonist (2009), which fused dreamlike vocals and synth…

Hamferð

Ódn By Jón Aldará, Theodor Kapnas TK: Hamferð is a doom metal band from The Faroe Islands. The music which we write is heavily inspired by our surroundings as well as the history and culture of The Faroe Islands, which we feel gives us a unique sound. There is a certain Faroese tone, a sort…

Green Lung

Woodland Rites By Tom Templar One of the leading lights in the UK’s heavy underground scene, Green Lung’s sound harks back to the golden days of psychedelic rock and proto-metal, injecting those classic sounds with occult venom and punk energy. They released the critically acclaimed debut album Woodland Rites in March 2019, and have toured…

Deflore

Party In The Chaos By Christian Ceccarelli Deflore is an explosive mix of electronic grooves, heavy n distorted instruments and psychedelic-noise atmospheres, that blends into a genre the band calls Human Indu[b]strial. The industrial instrumental duo project Deflore, represented by master-minds Christian Ceccarelli (Electronics, Bass and synthesizers) and Emiliano Di Lodovico (Guitars and synthesizers), starts…

Crestfallen Queen

Queen of Swords by E and A Crestfallen Queen hail from Stuttgart Germany but could have very well been born anywhere in the dark hazy fog of the seventies. The quintet was formed in 2016 playing their brand of Progressive Blackened Rock. The Doom laden riffs are backed by galloping metallic rhythms and hounded by…

Conny Ochs

Doom Folk by Conny Ochs I grew up on punk and “grunge” music in the early 90s in east-Germany. It was rebellious music and I still love it. From the beginning, I was fascinated by the whole scene. The music, the art, the way of life, developing an attitude regarding what you wanna put out…

Abbinormal

1996 By Max Maestrelli We are Abbinormal and we play grindcore, with heavy influences from death metal and crossover/thrash. This is Hellcore: short and fast songs for crazy people! Our first and latest release, called “1996”, is an album in which there are 16 songs: 9 of them were originally composed in 1996 (that explains…