German instrumental three-piece ZAHN (featuring members of Einstürzende Neubauten and Heads) combines musical elements that might seem strange on paper, but make perfect sense on record.

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California quartet Silent Planet is known for their unique take on metalcore that continues to lead them to victory, earning them respect and fans from all over the metal spectrum. Their enticing, story-like method of songwriting is what sets them apart from their peers. When vocalist Garrett Russell delivers the lyrics, he does more than just perform a song – he vividly and theatrically illustrates the sinister world that embodies Silent Planet, all while the instrumentals set the stage for every scene, brewing build-up, thunderous climax, and desolate aftermath.

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EXCLUSIVE ALBUM PREMIERE: Occult Hand Order – “Silence By The Raging Sea”


France’s Psychedelic Heavy Doom power trio Occult Hand Order will release their new album, Silence By The Raging Sea, tomorrow, October, 20th, 2023. The band has teamed up with Ghost Cult to bring you the full album stream! Following two solid EP’s the band is ready to go to the next level on Silence By The Raging Sea. In addition two impressive singles already releases (“Sink” and “Sailors”), the album was recorded and mixed by Roman Peyr in Chasseneuil, France, and mastered by Magnus Lindberg (Cult Of Luna). Stream the new album here: Continue reading



With spoken word poetry recitations comparable to Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and strong emphasis on immense existential dread, KEN Mode returns with their newest studio album VOID, released via Artoffact Records, the band’s ninth studio album.

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INTERVIEW: Kambodsja Shares Their Thoughts on Musicianship and the Creative Process of “Resilient”


Hailing from the city of Drammen in Norway, Kambodsja describe the alignment of their own sounds as indie-prog-punk-metal, with a touch of post-hardcore and math rock. Think of the Swedish legends Refused, but converged altogether with elements of good old ‘70s prog rock as well as influences from a wide range of artists from Manic Street Preachers to And So I Watch You From Afar. Refusing to conform to certain conventional musical dogmas, the sounds that Kambodsja present happen to be ever-transcendent and all-around eclectic; making the creative process of their music not limited to conforming to certain genre boundaries but rather, making it about intricate explorations.

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