Creation Through Destruction & Maurizio Bianchi – “Nullification” Album Review

Not enough noise recordings experiment with frequencies that have the potential to physically alter the brain if even for the duration of the listening period, much less create a mix memorable enough to last beyond the final moments of the last track.  What Creation Through Destruction and Maurizio Bianchi have created herein do both. Today's … Continue reading Creation Through Destruction & Maurizio Bianchi – “Nullification” Album Review

Sutekh Hexen & Blsphm Split 7” Review

Legendary recordings that have been properly resurrected are some of the more interesting reviews.  What we have here is a split 7-inch vinyl release that originally appeared and disappeared in 2014 as a cassette by Dead Accents; 2 acts, both from the USA-Sutekh Hexen(Bay Area) and Blsphm(Seattle). Sutekh Hexen combines black metal of the sickest … Continue reading Sutekh Hexen & Blsphm Split 7” Review

DIM – “Compendium I” dig. Album Review (medieval/dungeon synth)

Some things are best let out of the dungeon once in a while.  And in the spirit of getting lost this week, we grab the candles and head south where one of the most promising dungeon synth projects I have heard in a VERY long time exists simply under the title DIM.  I found this … Continue reading DIM – “Compendium I” dig. Album Review (medieval/dungeon synth)

Caine Rose – “All The Leaves..”Manchester Benefit song (neo-folk)

I happened upon this great track this morning in my search for some great new neo-folk to review.  I struck two great birds with a stone's throw on this.  What we have here is "All the Leaves; Never Bowed, Never Broken" by Caine Rose. From Bandcamp: "Multi-instrumentalist Caine Rose performs dark folk inspired by bluegrass, … Continue reading Caine Rose – “All The Leaves..”Manchester Benefit song (neo-folk)