Posts By Andy O'Connor

At the Gates: To Drink From the Night Itself

The Swedish melodic death metal innovators crib from a career highlight, 1994’s Terminal Spirit Disease, on their first reunion album that does justice to their legacy.

At the Gates: To Drink From the Night Itself

The Swedish melodic death metal innovators crib from a career highlight, 1994’s Terminal Spirit Disease, on their first reunion album that does justice to their legacy.

Zeke: Hellbender

One of the most underappreciated bands in American rock’n’roll returns after 14 years, still playing as raw, fast, and loud as ever.

Zeke: Hellbender

One of the most underappreciated bands in American rock’n’roll returns after 14 years, still playing as raw, fast, and loud as ever.

Hell to Pay: Bliss

Touching on a variety of extreme-music styles, and sampling from iconic revolutionary thinkers, the Philadelphia grindcore quartet grafts noise onto bull-headed hardcore, to blistering effect.

Hell to Pay: Bliss

Touching on a variety of extreme-music styles, and sampling from iconic revolutionary thinkers, the Philadelphia grindcore quartet grafts noise onto bull-headed hardcore, to blistering effect.

Keiji Haino/Sumac: American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous to Look At Face on

Former Isis frontman Aaron Turner’s minimal-leaning metal trio takes on a new challenge: Keeping up with Japanese avant-garde pioneer Keiji Haino.

Keiji Haino/Sumac: American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous to Look At Face on

Former Isis frontman Aaron Turner’s minimal-leaning metal trio takes on a new challenge: Keeping up with Japanese avant-garde pioneer Keiji Haino.