Norwegian Gothic is an album that explores so many genres, it’s truly difficult to tack it under any one label. It’s an exploration into previously uncharted territory more than anything else
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.
an album to give a jolt of life to what’s left of these dreary November days
Jump right in to the bizarre devastation that is Whelmed, then read on below the link to see how my views compare to yours.
a fast-paced, boisterous, rip-roaring, unrestrained piece of fuzzbox art
clashing notes, sporadic beats, quavering distortion, and chain-smoking vocals
Intriguing. Bizarre. Lots of push-pull dynamic with changes that come out of nowhere, but seem organic.
The songs are catchy, heavy, and one cannot help but get energized by them.
Oozing Wound remain my favorite black mold metal band, their style jokingly dubbed with this genre label during an interview I did with them two years ago. I am, however, determined to make the label stick.