The NYC-based trio GRID will release their self-titled debut via NNA Tapes on March 24th and today we listen to the lead track “(+/+)“. The group includes Matt Nelson (Battle Trance) on saxophone, Tim Dahl (Child Abuse) on bass, and Nick Podgurski (New Firmament, Feast of the Epiphany) on drums, and while their improvisational approach is inspired by free jazz, […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "doom"
Planning for Burial is Thom Wasluck‘s solo, post-metal project. On March 10th the musician will release his third full-length, Below the House, via the San Francisco-based label, The Flenser. In 2014, Wasluck returned from New Jersey to his childhood home in western Pennsylvania and began working alongside his father as a commercial insulator, while also beginning work on his upcoming […]Read more ›
Oozing Wound will return this Fall with another obliterating platter of head shredding metal, Whatever Forever, due out October 14th on Thrill Jockey. Guitarist-singer Zack Weil lays down the skinny: “…we went back to the plant and reformulated this batch of ooze to be so potent that it had to be spread over three (3?!) sides of vinyl. You want […]Read more ›
Japanese trio Boris has announced the release of a 10th-Anniversary deluxe reissue of their landmark LP Pink, due out July 8th via Sargent House. The set will also include Pink Sessions “Forbidden Songs”, 9 tracks of previously unreleased material recorded during the album’s making back in 2005-06–with additional editing and arrangements added in 2015. Look for Deluxe Edition‘s of the […]Read more ›
The best way to appreciate SUNN O)))‘s massive sonic power has always been live! It should be no wonder, then, that the band’s first ever visit to Russia last year, commemorated by their upcoming triple live album NOLIFE: Alive in Moscow 11 August 2015, is already speculated to be the best doom metal record of 2016. The band’s groundbreaking visit […]Read more ›
The Body‘s No One Deserves Happiness LP is out now on Thrill Jockey and today we watch the duo’s new video for “The Fall and the Guilt“. Cold blue piano cords push thru a cemetery mist of processed cello and guitar while a heavy rain of white noise falls on this track. Chip King‘s distinct and eerie howls are replaced […]Read more ›
Not one, but “Two Snakes“…yikes! None’s enough for me. The Body, though, I’ll take some of that please. The duo is getting set to release their No One Deserves Happiness LP on March 18th via Thrill Jockey, and this blackened bit of horror “pop” is on the upcoming effort. “Two Snakes” might have started with a bass-line inspired by Beyoncé, […]Read more ›