White Ward – False Light (Review)

White Ward - False LightThis is the third album from Ukrainian post-black metalers White Ward.

2016’s Futility Report was a fine album, but when 2019’s Love Exchange Failure came along it really made its mark on the extreme metal landscape. Last year’s Debemur Morti teased us some new material, but now here’s the main event. So what does False Light hold for us? Continue reading “White Ward – False Light (Review)”

Standard Interrogation Techniques: Five Questions for Dreariness (Interview)

Although I’d ideally love to be able to conduct hard-hitting, in-depth interviews, who has the time these days? In lieu of this, I’ve thrown together the below question template, hopefully to gather some interesting and informative results, without taking up too much of anyone’s time.

Introduce yourself – who are you and what do you do?

Dreariness is a project born in 2012 for the need to untie the deepest knots of our soul with our music. In these ten years our music has changed due to our individual paths, we have grown musically and personally. We simply want to convey, through our music, what lies within Continue reading “Standard Interrogation Techniques: Five Questions for Dreariness (Interview)”

Feral Light – Psychic Contortions (Review)

Feral Light - Psychic ContortionsThis is the fourth album from US black metallers Feral Light.

Feral Light impressed me with both 2020’s Life Vapor and the short EP Ceremonial Tower the year after. Psychic Contortions continues the band’s impressive run, showcasing Feral Light doing what they do best across 36 captivating minutes. Continue reading “Feral Light – Psychic Contortions (Review)”

Monthly Overview – the Best of March 2022

March was yet another good month for metal releases. I’m aware that I pretty much say that every month, but it’s true. Dig into these albums and let me know what your favourite was last month
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