Trying to get into 2015 in better form than we ended 2014 in, Grindthieves is thrilled to bring you all an exclusive interview and live recording from the entity known as GRYPT. GRYPT is a musical project based in Los Angeles. Consisting of 3 seemingly disparate yet perfectly kindred spirits and talents, GRYPT craft a   Read More …

For our newest podcast, The Artbreaker re-imagines the soundtrack to mid 90s era rave music across the great Midwestern United States in the dead of winter. We used to stand for hours in line, enduring biting wind and unfathomably cold temps and extraordinary snowfall amounts – just to get into a warehouse and wait for   Read More …

The man responsible for this piece of filth has appeared here on Grindthieves several times, and for good reason. After hearing this effort, one might begin to wonder, however, if the prolific flow of incredible artistic endeavors across image, word, and sound are not the result of Brandon Duncan being some sort of so-called million   Read More …

Looking past the intro “track”, sampling in whole Elliot Rodger’s (imho) contrived diatribe from one of his last YouTube videos before – no pun intended – thee massacre that captivated the internet at large and, to a lesser degree, the world – you will find a remarkable effort from Minnesota’s Thee Massacre. Somewhere at the   Read More …

You didn’t want it and you didn’t ask for it. Yet, here it is. Roughly 15 years ago The Artbreaker set out on an adventure to craft the kind of sounds in electronic music that he wanted to hear. Specifically ADHD styled jungle, breakcore, IDM, drum’n’bass, and the like. At the time, he called himself   Read More …

Over the course of Grindthieves’ life metal has always been a big part of my listening endeavors, even when I was listening to far more non-metal styles than I currently am and have been increasingly doing. Black and death┬ávarieties┬áhave always reigned supreme for me when it comes to the genre of metal music, from back   Read More …

Russia might not be the first place you think of when it comes to uncompromising death metal, but Pseudogod will surely change that for you. Antichrist Kramer on the cover art duties, this 3 track collection of jams probably otherwise unheard thanks to Hell’s Headbangers – death metallers take note! THIS is how it is   Read More …

New Stargazer for your consideration. Not sure what the deal is, but looks like Profound Lore – the bands original label partner, including a lot of the side/alternate projects from band members – may have dropped the ball on this one. Poised to position itself in ccontention for death/black metal album of the year, with   Read More …

DTRASH has been not-so-quietly ccarving out a substantial niche in the realms of hardcore, breakcore, industrial, and beyond for 15 years now. How time flies! To celebrate, the label put together it’s first piece of legitimate merch that is not directly tied to a release in the form of a t-shirt. Cough up a measly   Read More …

Some people from the early/mid 90s (especially, it seems, in the Midwest USA) have an idea of what good breakcore sounds like. Typically, those outside of that do not. I don’t know where c mantle‘s introduction to breakcore comes in to play, but his output on this 2 track EP will certainly satisfy anyone from   Read More …