Is this not an intriguing cover artwork? Does not it come over as strange and confusing? How should one interpret this odd formation, this weird arrangement of snow and ice? And how does the music play into this? Questions, ever more questions.
Welcome to Swirls of Noise Radio #23. After Brutal Truth played their last ever show this week, it’s good to remember just how great the grindcore act were, with Godplayer opening up the radio. Following up with some great grindcore … Continue reading
Even though Abaddon Incarnate have been around since the early 90’s they were a band I hadn’t gotten around to listening to until being blown away by their energy and grooving grindcore riffs at last months Candlefest in London – … Continue reading
Six tracks are offered on the debut release of the French band Kazuo. Some sweet and warm compositions whose sound and style might be good for the dark and gloomy season that is about to come; I am speaking as an European here.
Exhibition of Mutilated Apparatus is the debut EP from Bangladeshi brutal death metal group Necrolepsy, and it’s sick. The riffs range from brutal slams to grooves all at a thousand miles an hour, while the vocals switch between brutal forceful gutturals and insane … Continue reading
So Human Cull’s Sam and Edd aren’t content with releasing one of the years best grindcore releases in Stillborn Nation, they’ve decided to kick your ass once more with their new band Iron Eagle. Combining death metal and punk in the … Continue reading
Welcome to Swirls of Noise radio #22. This week’s edition features some dramatic classical from Musk Ox cellist Raphael Weinroth Brown, death metal from Voices, Bloodbath and Dead Congregation, grindcore from Abaddon Incarnate, and blues rock from Blues Pills. All … Continue reading
Is there anyone harder working in music than Devin Townsend? Not only does he seem to be perpetually touring around the world, but new double album Z2 is his 22nd album in just 19 years, as well as being his … Continue reading
Danish death metal group Tongues have recently released their debut EP through I, Voidhanger Records. Taking on the currently popular abyssal death metal sound, but with an ugly old school aesthetic and a dose of black metal darkness they’ve put … Continue reading
After an eleven year absence the melodic death metal greats At the Gates reformed in 2007 to play select festivals, but said that this reunion wouldn’t result in a new album. But fast forward seven years and due to the … Continue reading