Solar Temple is an absolute monster, a fantastic start for this new band, and another dark gem in the Transcending Obscurity list of releases.
Thanks for showing us that the bare knuckle style is far from played out. We just need experts to show us the intricate brutality.
Schultzie interviews Linnéa Olsson of Maggot Heart.
Their second full length, Mercy Machine is a fever dream of shattered glass mazes, mounds of heavenly trash bodies, and deep red flowers in full bloom.
Monolithic, yet with catchy riffs and foot tapping rhythms, the band treads a fine line on the release, pulling off masterfully what sounds like it could have been a yawner on paper.
Weaving elements of Pink Floyd, funk and stoner metal it delivers on a completely different plane than anything else out there.
Let this soundtrack be the spark that lights your action for change.
…they play a fast, brutal form of Death Metal that maintains a distinct technical aspect with quick succession of riffs and blasts.
The album is heavy! Sometimes that’s in a musical sense, sometimes in an emotional sense, but mostly it’s heavy in both senses.
Dark Fortress both digs deep and imagines large on this hour long effort. With black metal as their vehicle, they ride through the cosmos and traverse the wide spaces between atoms, all of it in the service of understanding our insignificance.