Enjoy Hayduke’s Top 50 of 2021 list.
A day before their third album was set for release, I talked with Serena Cherry and Liam Phelan of Svalbard. What unfolded was a conversation about the sexism that exists within music publications, sketches of the band members as dogs, the final shows before the Covid lockdown, and the spectacular graphics of video games in 2001.
With gelatinous form it escapes the grasp of a one genre categorization, and its grabbing tentacles move freely from genre to genre catching plankton particles from everywhere it moves.
They’ve taken the venom they normally spew, distilled it, and slowed it down.
congruent with the classic era of northeast noisecore
you are thrown between metal, melodic, thrash, to transient, ambient and back to metal all within moments of one another
the totality of Un’s music embodies the essence of dark emotion
Infinite Spectre is an ideal marriage of choppy electronic beats with abnormal, spine-chilling vocals.
May this album be the match that lights the kerosene soaked rag…