Moody, apocalyptic, and utterly spellbinding, we were enthralled by the recent Pop Up Globe production of Titus, Shakespeare’s most bloody and brutal play.
Today I review Draconian’s Sovran, one of the most highly-anticipated gothic / doom releases of the year. My verdict? Get it in your ears NOW.
I review Amanda Palmer’s book, the Art of Asking, and what her ideas mean for the evolving relationships between artists and fans.
2014 kicked arse when it came to solid, genre-bending metal releases. This is probably a relatively predictable list this year, as I don’t feel as if I’ve really been grabbed by anything super-underground recently, and most of these albums I’ve raved about already. Most of these albums are pretty high […]
Last weekend we watched the documentary, “Full Metal Village“, which was directed by Korean-born, German resident Sung Hyung-Cho and chronicles a “slice of life” of the village of Wacken, a peaceful farming hamlet of 1800 residents north of Hamburg which every year is inundated by 75,000 metalheads at the annual […]