By Michael O'Brien | 23 February, 2017
I’ve been in a pretty unhappy relationship with technical death metal for quite a while now. From my perspective, it seems as though the overriding trend these days is for a lot of the bands in this sphere to occupy one of two extremes: the ...
Not for Music
By Michael O'Brien | 18 January, 2017
Belgium’s Emptiness are a hard band to satisfactorily categorise, being that they’ve evolved their sound rather drastically over the course of their now five full-length albums. From the black/death metal of their first two releases, t...
What Graceless Dawn
By Michael O'Brien | 29 November, 2016
Of all of the diverse bands on Canadian label Profound Lore’s roster, San Francisco’s Worm Ouroboros are perhaps the band that embodies the extremity of that diversity the most.
Lead by Jessica Way (guitar, vocals) and Lorraine...