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ZVI: Solo Project Of Kayo Dot, Sabbath Assembly, Psalm Zero, So Is The Tongue Member Ron Varod Joins Nefarious Industries; New Album Due This Spring – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Justina Villanueva] Nefarious Industries welcomes New York City’s eclectic ZVI to the label’s roster, with a new album on the horizon for Spring 2019 release. ZVI is the solo output of Ron Varod, member of such acts as Kayo Dot, Sabbath Assembly, … Continue reading

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GEMATRIA: Svbterranean Premieres “Quadrivium” Playthrough Video With Dissection Of Debut EP; Gematria Out Now On Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Natalie Newbold] The eponymous debut EP by GEMATRIA, a new duo formed by Ray Suhy (Six Feet Under, Cannabis Corpse, ex-East Of The Wall) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, Billy Martin’s Fang Percussion, No Use For Humans), is out … Continue reading

Gematria

SVB Exclusive: GEMATRIA Premiere “Quadrivium” Guitar Playthrough Video + Album Dissection

“he eclectic duo of Ray Suhy (ex-East of the Wall, Six Feet Under) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, No Use For Humans) craft hallucinogenic prog rock with their GEMATRIA project. The band’s unique writing method involves the use of its namesake, gematria, which is a Qabbalistic numerological system that relates words to numbers, as well as the works of Aleister Crowley for rhythmic and melodic ideas. This very ambitious and esoteric approach to writing is reflecting in the band’s bizarre sound, as one can imagine.” – Svbterranean

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Brandon Seabrook’s Noisy Journey – Premier Guitar

NEEDLE DRIVER, with drummer Allison Miller and bassist Johnny Deblase, features a more traditional instrumentation, but the wacky, glitchy riffs and rhythms are anything but.” – Premier Guitar

GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE - Tasukete

GRIDFAILURE and MEGALOPHOBE: Tasukete – Sea of Tranquility

“A cry for help within the search to make sense of the strangest parts of our experience. Put another way, this is a deep dive into the strangest possible locations. Nothing is safe and our perceptions are always compromised. If you’ve never heard either of these bands before, prepare to cry out for some help. Both bands create music that can only be called experimental, psychotic, and confused noise. […] Give yourself time to adjust to the new and unfamiliar sounds and then just see what happens. If you give it a chance, you’ll find that the music gets more interesting and more engaging as it goes. There’s a method to all the strangeness and it can reward patient listening.” – Sea of Tranquility

Humans Etcetera: On The Wall

HUMANS ETCETERA: Gift That Came Here Streaming At Svbterranean; EP Out Via Nefarious Industries Friday + Proceeds To Benefit Toys For Tots – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Alyssa Maloof] HUMANS ETCETERA – the eclectic rock/alternative output of one Christopher Henry – will release the Gift That Came Here EP via Nefarious Industries this Friday, and Svbterranean is now streaming the entire record alongside a track-by-track breakdown of the … Continue reading

Humans Etcetera - Gift That Came Here

SVB Exclusive: HUMANS ETCETERA Premiere “Gift That Came Here” EP + Album Dissection

“The six-track EP is comprised of 23 minutes of ukulele-driven post-rock songs that aim to soothe and uplift listeners, and will most definitely succeed.” – Svbterranean