Matheus has been on or is down with pretty much every breakcore label out there. This joint is released at the ever capable and uncompromising hands of Legs Akimbo and comes in then form of his “HA!” album. “HA!” is an unapologetic romp through breakcore, IDM, hardcore, and jungle. Matheus manages to conjure demons from   Read More …

This dude has been around the pages of Grindthieves.com before, and for good reason. I have done some logo and cover art for him as Sir.Vixx, also reviewed as such here in the past, and recently had the honor of doing the cover art for his first release under his new alias, Roarshok. A lot   Read More …

Unless you’ve been living under some rock where incredible left of center metal of all types is not championed (which, let’s face it, is a ton of fucking places), you’ve surely heard news of the first full length from Minneapolis’ own False out now on Gilead Media. I first heard them on the split with   Read More …

Long before Brainfeeder and Low End Theory, DJ Nobody was still lightyears ahead of his time. R.A.W. aka 6Blocc unearthed this beat tape from Nobody and uploaded it to YouTube. Spaced out and heady, street corner and back alley. Obviously, you need to hear it.    

This label and artists from it have made several appearances on the fine pages of Grindthieves.com, and for damn good reason. I heralded Dark Descent as thee metal label to watch on my year end list a couplefew years ago; they were already well respected and had a nice catalog at that time, in the   Read More …

100 release deep? Really, How many labels, net or otherwise, do you know that have lasted that long or which have maintained such an awesome level of fuckery expectancy when it comes to inclusion in their roster? There’s a couplefew out there, but you probably don’t know about them. Legs Akimbo is one of them.   Read More …

Fuck your EDM. Remember IDM? Kaometry Records does. With a super nice catalog of legit releases in digital format and some dabbling in vinyl, Kaometry has consistently been kicking out killer jams in the realms of IDM, breakcore, and experimental electronics for a while now. The two previous Nerves Of Time compilations are definitely worth checking out,   Read More …

  Darkness, blackness, noir, the absence of light.  Terror, fear, isolation, pain.  These are all feelings and ambiances that many Noise/Cult/Black-whatever Artists try to evoke, unfortunately it often comes off as contrived.  ZAATH has gone beyond all of this.  At first, “Astral Nokhur”  seems minimal but if you actually let it get inside of you,   Read More …

This is everywhere, I know. But, as is my habit I gotta say a few things. A – Not enough hair/viking metal. B – This is fucking awesome in every way. If you were born in the late 70s or early 80s, you’ll absolutely love this. If you ever wondered what it was REALLY like   Read More …

My daughter used her most sarcastic voice when she said “Love this muuusiiccccckkkkkk”. My son told me it sounded like we were living in black space. They’re both right. NRIII are back for another onslaught and, as per their trajectory thusfar, one that is related to previous output while simultaneously off on its own shit.   Read More …