Reviews

Eulen – Mother Tree

January 4, 2012

The Syrian post-doom/ambient black metal band has released its first full-length album in 2011, offering a great sense of depression and strength at the same time, where you could sense the emotions represented in the lyrics, harmonized with the whole

Banda de la Muerte – Banda de la Muerte

January 3, 2012

In recent years, South America has seen a rise of promising metal bands popping up from all around the continent, with stoner, sludge and doom metal being a popular trend. entered the scene with their self-titled debut in the year

Graveyard – Hisingen Blues

January 1, 2012

Gather around all ye gentle hippies, earth lovers, and children of the Woodstock generation for the doctor is in. So.. pick a spot around the ol’ campfire and allow this ol’ long bearded street philosopher slip you a tab of

Alrakis – Alpha Eri

December 29, 2011

For as long as mankind has existed, we’ve always had a fascination with the stars. To this day, you’ll find that each of us look up toward the sky on a clear night and, from the experience, each one of

Haus Arafna – New York Rhapsody

December 27, 2011

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Arafna – or and . They’re an enigmatic couple who wear their strangeness as if it was a fashionable accessory. Together, they create a form of minimalistic power electronics that they’ve dubbed as ‘angstpop’, and indeed,

Aderlating – Spear of Gold and Seraphim Bone, Pt. 1

December 25, 2011

For the most part, dark ambient can very much be a cliched affair – musicians choose to have some sort of ominous choral “oohs” rumbling in a guttural low octave with some sparse samples of creaking doors, or the clanging

SEN – Sensory Emotive Network

December 21, 2011

If you’re old enough to recall the thriving electronic music scene of the ’90s, or if you’re an avid electronic music fan that has spent a copious amount of time exploring the genre, you’ll either remember or know that artists

Ebonylake – In Swathes of Brooding Light

December 20, 2011

Drugs are often thought to be the only thing in the world that can open the windows of your mind, but screw that sentiment. Dropping acid might have you mistake the neighbour’s cat for Quetzacoatl, but tears all of your

Fanu – Serendipity

December 14, 2011

Coffee and the lush scenery of his homeland, Finland – Two key ingredients that helped electronic musician/DJ , better known as , cook up some of the moodiest, dark and evocative albums of the year. crafts a unique variety of