Category: New Music

New Music – Without A Face

The flames of hell are often so polarizing that they appear to burn cold rather than scorch; as bodies turn to shock and begin to decompose, EYES plays the soundtrack. With their debut record Underperformer, pulverizing and being crushed under the weight of your… Continue Reading “New Music – Without A Face”

New Music – Pale Ghost

Antichrist Superstar, Alien from the AIDS of space, or the Pale Emperor, finding a clear name for Marilyn Manson over the past 26 years of being in the public eye always twirls back to this gothic, near Hammer Films level of graphic sensibility. Feared… Continue Reading “New Music – Pale Ghost”


Let’s Go Joe Yes indeed, here we are at the final leg of the three-part saga known as Joe’s Garage. While both Act II and Act III were released on the same disc, it is vital to realize the differences that each section holds.… Continue Reading “🅩 WEEK OF FRANK ZAPPA – DAY THREE 🅩”

New Music – Good Luck Out There

With the ever-changing façade of Thee Oh Sees, or Oh Sees, or to now being just Osees, the cosmic molding reality that the band takes hold of is fascinating. Through their newest record, Protean Threat is a manipulative and angry child at heart that truly has some experimental breaking within… Continue Reading “New Music – Good Luck Out There”

New Music – Reflected Glass

Angel Olsen is an artist that no matter the record can have a distinct undertone that both absorbs the blow of loneliness, but also creates a deeper layer of isolation. On her latest 11 track record, Whole New Mess is less about falling apart,… Continue Reading “New Music – Reflected Glass”

New Music – Too Loud For Us To Hear

“It demands our attention,” coming from the opening track “Beneath The Earths Crust” might be the most fitting description of the New Jersey mutant squad, Ho99o9 (Horror). The genre-blending group of two (Eaddy and TheOGM) but often times three (includes Brandon Pertzborn) is a perfected blend of punk roots that… Continue Reading “New Music – Too Loud For Us To Hear”

New Music – We Used To

The reflective past that Griselda Records can hold through their main staples Westside Gunn, Conway, and Benny The Butcher are slowly becoming households name in hip-hop. There is another lyricist though that lives amongst the Detroit thunder and crashing of machine, Boldy James, and… Continue Reading “New Music – We Used To”

New Music – Built To Burn

Essentially conceived for deconstruction, Primitive Man’s newest piece of divergent sonic horror, Immersion is a hallway where every door leads to an end. Rooms filled with no windows, no additional doors within, and this inescapable feeling of dread as the walls begin to continually… Continue Reading “New Music – Built To Burn”

New Music – Feel Shame

The musical equivalent to self-immolation, Internal Incarceration coming from Year Of The Knife is predatory. From the kill switches or the chugging one-two punch, every second spent with Year Of The Knife becomes a denser cloud of dread. Opening with “This Time,” immediately the… Continue Reading “New Music – Feel Shame”

New Music – Solar Eclipse

The disassociation of body and spirit that follows with Naeem’s newest stargate of Startisha breaks ground in sound. Not a record that is easy to digest with just a single interval, Startisha best performs under the fine-tooth intricate combing where the atmosphere can be… Continue Reading “New Music – Solar Eclipse”

New Music – Drown In Blood

As the iron-based substance pours over your head, Gulch is ritualistic in their ability to submerge the listener in torture from start to finish. With their newest eight-track LP, Impenetrable Cerebral Fortress is just as deadly as a lethal injection but saves the audience… Continue Reading “New Music – Drown In Blood”

New Music – Inside The Glass

To be trapped, exiled, or even ignored, captures this sound that Entry is able to blast through on their Southern Lord debut, Detriment. The 14 minutes over nine tracks is quick; blink and the moment might be missed but the aftermath leaves piles of… Continue Reading “New Music – Inside The Glass”

New Music – Harlem Raised Dog

Don’t let the cutesy style for a cover art fool you, DOG is a record that belongs is the confusion of rampaging production and quick spit lines that fly by like the Lexington Avenue Local train. Kahlil Blu who has been a voice in… Continue Reading “New Music – Harlem Raised Dog”

New Music – Hand Crafted Horror

Skeleton is a cinderblock curb stomp through 27 minutes and 11 tracks on their newest, self-titled debut release. Every second spent with the Austin, Texas rangers leads to this deadly sense of killing ability that transposes more into forming cracks of the whip against… Continue Reading “New Music – Hand Crafted Horror”

New Music – Side Of Sauce

“My nuts dropped, first I got money and then power. Bitch I’m in this shit, like Burberry shirts at baby showers,” describes the rap game magician, Freddie Gibbs through a cloud of gun smoke and ash fit to suit a Francis Ford Coppola film.… Continue Reading “New Music – Side Of Sauce”

New Music – Indefinite Power

There is something fascinating about a New York narrator as he stands among the walls of a concrete jungle with iron horses and sounds of steel crunching around him. The grind of dusk hours to the smells of street life that erupt from the… Continue Reading “New Music – Indefinite Power”

New Music – L.A. in Ashes

California outfit Trash Talk has been flirting with disaster their whole careers spanning a deeply rooted stance in hardcore punk rock that borders on the intensity of a kerosene factory and the unity of a book of matches. When teaming up with the hip-hop… Continue Reading “New Music – L.A. in Ashes”

New Music – He Is Risen

Much like the time that passes from the resurrection of any deity, LUCKI took some moments to step away from his sound to collectively refine and recuperate a mission directive. At the end of the tunnel stands Almost There, a teasing piece to the… Continue Reading “New Music – He Is Risen”

New Music – Corrosive Entity

Like lambs to a slaughter, the livestock in this case is the audience that has their balance teetering in END’s hands. In any way possible, Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face wants to obliterate the ears and rebuild a new species from the ashes. From… Continue Reading “New Music – Corrosive Entity”

New Music – Fading Ash

Mark Lanegan has a voice that is somehow coarse, but comforting. Relating mostly to a cigarette in the wounded morning, it burns and kills over the long time but in the moment, an effigy to emotionally distraught narration and conflict within one’s self. Accompanied… Continue Reading “New Music – Fading Ash”

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