I was looking up ‘laziness’ in some capacity, which quickly led to ‘Victorian exercise equipment’ …which existed in a time when elaborate sloth still required a three-piece suit.
Aw, man… another “number” post. You know what that means? I need to symbolically mark something, and it’s probably ass draggage. So yeah, it’s been 111 days since my last post on my own dang site. Continue reading →
DOOM, I say — Las Vegas DOOM! Demon Lung are sole purveyors of said genre, and goddammit, they already upped the ante. The Hundredth Name takes the rough-hewn blueprint from last year’s Pareidolia EP and expands into a full-on concept album about Satan’s spawn assembling the devil’s bible to reverse-speak God’s name and undo all of that fine Lordly work. Read my digital scrawlings at Last Rites and get in on the ground floor.
Leprous have deeply developed since their debut four years ago. The Norwegian’s third album, Coal, finds them more deliberate and restrained, yet still seeking to magnify the band’s range—all to their success. Squeeze in some time for my review at Ghost Cult.