Drumcorps, Charbon, Ahleuchatistas, and Edith Judith

Drumcorps – Creatures


So have you ever tried to blend mathcore and breakcore? I have, but that’s a story for another day, for today I’m talking about Netherlands-based Drumcorps. Their new album, Creature, is indeed a creature of its own. The moment you hit play, you get the dissonant off-putting riffs, you get the glitch effects and synthetic drums, and you get the howling screams. That’s basically all I want from different music genres put into a cereal box. And it’s amazing. Be sure to check it out!

Charbon – Cavalcade


Admit it, you already know what to expect,… Read more

Birds in Row, In-Dreamview, Magma, and Infinien

Birds in Row – Gris Klein (Red Creek)


I love Birds in Row.
For a good while now did their music on me grow.
These ol’ hardcore anthems with a heavenly flow…
I love Birds in Row.
… are today followed by Gris Klein‘s hymns of sorrow.
The album’s great and this here poem helps me show
I love Birds in Row.

In-Dreamview – Spires


Hell yeah! I’ve been eagerly awaiting to listen to the new In-Dreamview album. They’ve got to be one of my favourite “nu-math” bands out there. Yeah I know I just invented that term, but… Read more

Just Mustard, Aronious, Mmulreso, and Íkarus

Just Mustard – Heart Under (Partisan)


Irish post-punk five-piece Just Mustard released their amazing new album earlier this year, back in May. Heart Under is their second album, and it really captures the ideal of the band: dark moody atmospheres, hypnotic rhythms, repeating structures, melancholic vocals, droning bass… With these ingredients, the band is able to do a lot of mileage: the album is just over 45 minutes long, and I wouldn’t like it any shorter! Between shoegaze and industrial, noise rock and trip-hop, that album is going to pull you in, that’s for sure!

Aronious – Irkalla (The Artisan

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