Sacred Earth has created one of the most cohesive meditative albums that we have heard this year. Each of the disc’s first five tracks range in length from eight to ten minutes, and provide a wide array of distinct influences along with considerable twists and turns over the course of the sixty-plus minute run time. Continue reading
The Haiku Project is a musician that is looking to further the ambient genre into something that is tremendously effecting while still being approachable by the widest swath of listeners. The album begins with Atlantis, an eight-minute track that feels to be a fraction of that. Continue reading
Rival Sons will release ‘Great Western Valkyrie’ (Earache) on June 10, 2014, unleashing their freewheeling fuzz and improvisational stage ethos that The Guardian calls “a vital force in the modern age.” Continue reading
The story of BOMBUS begins in Gothenburg, Sweden where a bunch of friends who shared the same obsession for heavy music got together with a rough idea. They had the vision to play their own unique kind of “no bullshit metal and hard rock served with a slice of punk rock energy.” Continue reading
How did your debut release, Stephen Farrell move from initial thought to finished effort?
Initially, I was working on demoing some of my songs and I began thinking, “Wouldn’t it be great to really put this down on some tracks with some great musicians and play the tunes live for a change instead of just demoing the tunes with machines and synths.” Continue reading