Tag: Marduk

Bahimiron

Music Reviews

Rebel Hymns of Left Handed Terror (Moribund). Review by Matthew Moyer.

Black Metal Satanica

Screen Reviews

What? You’ve watched every episode of Metalocalypse and find yourself with nothing left to fill the sick, black void in your soul? Get thee to the source, man. Scott Adams recommends this Viking-fueled history of Black Metal.

Gorgoroth

Screen Reviews

Matthew Moyer wonders whether Maybelline or perhaps a more sinister faction is responsible for Gorgoroth’s awesomeness.

Watain

Music Reviews

Sworn to the Dark (Southern Lord). Review by Matthew Moyer.

Belfegor

Music Reviews

The Kingdom of Glacial Palaces (World War III). Review by Matthew Moyer.

Bal-Sagoth

Interviews

If a band takes its name from a Robert E. Howard tale, they’d better have some epic lyrical battlescapes to back it up. Symphonic metal masters Bal-Sagoth deliver on the promise of their name. David Lee Beowulf talks with swordsman – er, frontman Byron about Howard, weaponry, and metal!

Marduk

Music Reviews

La Grande Danse Macabre (Century Media/Regain). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

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Henry V

Henry V

Archikulture Digest

Blood, guts, and kicking butt in France — it’s the age-old story of Shakespeare. Carl F. Gauze once again enjoys the salacious violence and complicated plot points of Henry V, in the moody dark of Orlando Shakes.

New Music Now 011: Nora O’Connor

New Music Now 011: Nora O’Connor

Features

On today’s New Music Now, Judy Craddock talks to our musical guest, Nora O’Connor, about her solo album, My Heart, and the captivating new music she’s listening to right now. Tune in for great music, and more ’90s references than you can shake a scrunchie at.

Big Time Gambling Boss

Big Time Gambling Boss

Screen Reviews

Writer Kazuo Kasahara and director Kôsaku Yamashita transcend genre conventions to create the memorable film Big Time Gambling Boss. Phil Bailey reviews.

Frank Bello

Frank Bello

Features

Frank Bello’s new memoir Fathers, Brothers, and Sons: Surviving Anguish, Abandonment, and Anthrax takes us from a New York childhood, to Anthrax stadium tours, to fatherhood with the charming informality of a conversation with an old friend. Then I’m Gone, Bello’s first solo EP, provides accompaniment. Joe Frietze reviews.