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Map of Metal

Metal Heads Unite! And thanks to this map, it makes bridging the gap that much easier. Tread the lands of Death, Black, and every other kind of metal you can … Read more

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Liturgy: Trve or False?

A lot of metal people rag on Liturgy (the NYC black metal band recently signed to Thrill Jockey) for being too hipster and false. They’re turned off by the lack … Read more

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Karlynn Holland

I’m a huge fan of my friend Karlynn Holland’s art. She designed New York black metal band Krallice’s logo and did the logo and artwork for Dysrhythmia’s last album, Psychic … Read more

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Amongst many in the metal scene, there is a great appreciation for spectacularly bad and low-budget black metal. There’s no escaping the fact that early Graveland was laughably bad, but … Read more

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Panda Hat/Scarf

My band, Bloody Panda, used to perform on stage wearing executioner hoods. We’ve stopped doing that, but I’m going to suggest that we all wear panda hat/scarves.

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The Meads of Asphodel

The Meads of Asphodel are hands-down the weirdest black metal band out there, shifting between polka, space-rock, punk, horns, and cryptic narration within their dense, pummeling psychosis. The band’s latest … Read more

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Liturgy signs to Thrill Jockey

I got to know Thrill Jockey as the label for mellow, contemplative art/jazz bands that wind up being played on NPR. Of late, though, they have been signing some really … Read more

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With bands like Krallice, Liturgy, and now San Francisco-based Deafheaven firmly establishing a subgenre of shimmering, transcendent black metal, many metal purists are throwing the tag ‘hipster’ around a little … Read more

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The rainy weather and breathtaking scenery of the Pacific Northwest has been inspiring a lot of amazing metal bands in the past several years — Velvet Cacoon, Wolves in the … Read more

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