Close Out a Hellish Week with Rotting Sky's Brutal Blackened Noise
Stream the impossibly harsh, surprisingly pretty new album from former Nux Vomica guitarist Tim Messing, out today via Silent Ruin Laboratories.
Ron Lessard Is a Noise Music Hero
The Lowell-based experimental artist, publisher, and record store owner has given himself over to noise art for 30 years. He still can't tell you why it's so awesome.
La Torture Des Ténèbres' Raw, Noisy Black Metal Explores a Dark Future
Stream the Ottawa-based black metal/noise project's chilling, retro-futuristic new album, 'IV - Memoirs Of A Machine Girl.'
Hissing and Sutekh Hexen's Terrifying New Split Will Give You Nightmares
Stream the sonically distressing new collab from these two West Coast purveyors of black metal, death metal, and harsh noise.
Unsane Are Still As Nasty As They Wanna Be
Listen to the noise rock veterans' new album 'Sterilize' as they reminisce about the good old, bad old days of grimy, bloody 90s New York City.
Listen to Burial's Surprise New Single, "Rodent"
By Burial's standards, it's almost upbeat.
Liars Didn't Want Us to Use the Word "Vaporwave" in This Headline
Dear Angus: Sorry for the headline, but we think the eighth Liars record 'TFCF' is fuckin' great, so we hope you'll forgive us.
Holy Fuck's 'Bird Brains' Video Is Like a Gross, Bizarro 'Hot in Herre'
Watch the premiere of the first video from the group's forthcoming live EP.
Hear Arrows of Love's Caustic New Single, "Signal (Redux Version)"
The British band build up to their forthcoming 'PRODUCT' LP with a song that speaks to both sides of the Atlantic.
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Lingua Ignota's Liturgical Noise Is a Celebration of Obliteration
Stream the new EP from the Providence-based artist who explores trauma and survival through neoclassical, death industrial, and extreme metal.
SISTER’s Harsh Noise Is Blowing the Speakers and Minds of New Delhi
With SISTER, Ruhail Kaizer confronts death, capitalism, and the occult as part of India's budding harsh noise scene
This Record Label Releases Albums That Are Almost Impossible to Play
As a commentary on music’s increasing ease of availability, Auris Apothecary has released cassettes that are cut in half, CD-Rs covered in herbs, and more.
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