Category Archives: Reviews

BLILGHT HOUSE: Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre – Nine Circles

“It’s fitting that we’re closer to Halloween talking about Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre from BLIGHT HOUSE since it’s a collection of gore fueled death metal that borders on sickening thrums of noise. If that sounds dreary and terrorizing it’s … Continue reading

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GLOBELAMP Goes Beyond Stripped-Down for Third LP, ‘Romantic Cancer’ (album stream + interview) – PopMatters

“Drawing up a wide range of influences, GLOBELAMP appeals to fans of “lost” ’60s and ’70s folksingers such as Vashti Bunyan or Judee Sill as well as contemporary artists such as Myrkur and Waxahachie. With added flashes of emo and … Continue reading

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Song Premiere: GLOBELAMP’s “Everything’s A Spiral” – Stereo Embers

“With GLOBELAMP, Le Fey brings out the ‘magical’ side of her imagination, conjuring into being faerie and witch-folk songs that have only before existed in her mind or as written poetry in her youth. Yet while Le Fey’s vocals and … Continue reading

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GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE: Tasukete Album Review – Heavy Music Headquarters

“…this time around it’s more urgent and mechanical. Heavily effected vocals, industrial elements, ambiance, feedback and noise swirl amidst seemingly random song structures, with tracks ranging from two to nearly nine minutes. While mostly dissonant and avant-garde, there are semi-traditional … Continue reading

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Exclusive Pre-Release Streaming of Tasukete from GRIDFAILURE and MEGALOPHOBE – Avant Music News

“…an album ripe with confusion, unhinged with contorted visions, and explosive self-immolation through strenuous psychosis, as the two artists treat themselves as self-crash-test dummies strapped into their own torqued contraptions.” – Avant Music News

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ZEVIOUS: Lowlands – Progarchives

“The instrumental trio are still pushing that garage, metal, new wave underground mentality, but bringing that into line with fusion, jazz, RIO, doom, post rock and even trance to create something that is incredibly intense and powerful. It is as … Continue reading

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MUSICAlbum Review: GLOBELAMP’s “Romantic Cancer” – College Media Network

“GLOBELAMP strays far from traditional technique; her quavering voice and outlandish phrasing choices deters the average ear, and draws in a fan-base of those with a taste for underground and experimental work. Regardless of whether or you like or dislike … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: “Ribboncutter” Album Review – Post-Trash

“Brooklyn two-piece BANGLADEAFY have been making music for close to a decade and have few others they can be compared to. Trying to sell them to friends, usually goes, “they’re like if NIN and Hella had a baby.” The songs … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY Bassist Jon Ehlers Charges Through This Exclusive Playthrough of “Steam” – GearGods

“It’s not often you get a band that combines the genres of tech, world, and thrash, but when you do, BANGLADEAFY are the ones doing it right. […] As with most of the music from these guys, this track has … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY Ribboncutter – Svbterranean

“New York duo BANGLADEAFY return with their signature brand of cartoonish math metal on Ribboncutter. For the uninitiated, the sounds produced by bassist Jon Ehlers and drummer Atif Haq is essentially what would happen if Les Claypool joined Don Caballero, or … Continue reading

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