Latest News

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

Humans Etcetera: In The Street

HUMANS ETCETERA: No Echo Premieres “Always Aging Away” Video; Proceeds From Gift That Came Here EP To Benefit Toys For Tots – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Radio The Artist] Eclectic rock solo outfit HUMANS ETCETERA – the creation of one Christopher Henry – will release a newly-completed EP, Gift That Came Here, in late November through Nefarious Industries. No Echo has premiered the outfit’s new video for … Continue reading

Ricarda Cometa 2

RICARDA COMETA: 20 Underground Noise Rock Albums You Missed in 2018 – Grizzly Butts

“Take a deep breath and prepare your mind for the unsettling reality of improvised South American noise rock fueled uh, improvisation. The second record from improvisational Argentina/Peru based instrumentalists RICARDA COMETA appears as an anxious and chiming shake of Latin rhythms and clangorous guitar snaking runs that only occasionally burden themselves with reason and relationship. What initially feels like two musicians inhabiting entirely different worlds at the same speed eventually warms into a handful of clever points of interest.” – Grizzly Butts

GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE Panic Day

GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE: Toilet Ov Hell Premieres “Panic Day” Video; Tasukete Collaboration By Two New York Solo Acts Out Now On Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

Tasukete – the second collaborative album by New York experimental/solo outfits GRIDFAILURE and MEGALOPHOBE – was released via Nefarious Industries in October, and now a new video for the album’s tweaked “Panic Day” has been premiered through Toilet Ov Hell. MEGALOPHOBE describes … Continue reading

GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE - Tasukete

Video Premiere: GRIDFAILURE & MEGALOPHOBE “Panic Day” – Toilet ov Hell

“While songs on the album like “Dear Fuckhead” and “Tension Benders” scrape and claw at your cerebral cortex, this video for their song Panic Day serves as the perfect introduction to their wonderful world of weirdness. The mixture of electronics and acoustics blends both the traditional and experimental music worlds perfectly. The atmospheric tone of the song combined with the frantic video footage makes for a terrifyingly beautiful experience.” – Toilet Ov Hell

Bangladeafy - photo by Nick Spadafora

BANGLADEAFY: Deranged “Espionage” Video Premiered At Toilet Ov Hell; Vinyl Version Of Ribboncutter Out Now Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] New York City-based technical/eccentric metal duo BANGLADEAFY presents their deranged new video for “Espionage,” which is found on the band’s intense new LP, Ribboncutter. Toilet Ov Hell is hosting the debut of the new video as the vinyl edition … Continue reading