The contributor responsible for most of Noisey's coverage of blastbeats, black metal, and bad vibes.
This New Compilation Wants to Share Mongolian Folk Metal With the World
Stream 'Sound of the Raging Steppe,' a new compilation of five Mongolian and Kazakh folk-influenced heavy metal bands.
To Hell And Back
You'll Never Listen to All the Music You Want to Hear Before You Die
We'll never fully catch up, so settle in with the new album from Bosse-de-Nage, and new tunes from Dödsrit, Tragedy, Ancst, and Pallbearer.
To Hell And Back
Here Are 10 Dope Metal Bands Because the World Is on Fire
I'm exhausted post-#OccupyICENYC and don't have much to say, so let bands like Black Tusk, Dakhma, and Skeleton soundtrack your own revolt.
This Sped-Up Recording of Volcanic Thunder Is the Sickest Drone Demo of 2018
20 minutes of eruption compressed into 20 seconds of sheer hell.
With #KillTheKing, Heavy Metal Is Having Its #MeToo Moment
We spoke to the women behind a growing movement against misogyny and rape culture within the high-decibel music scene, and asked: can metal change?
This Documentary About Syria's Metal Scene Is a Story of Resistance and Hope
Syrian filmmaker Monzer Darwish spent four years working on 'Syrian Metal Is War,' which chronicles the war-torn Middle Eastern nation's beleaguered metal scene.
stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 10 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New projects from Nadine, No Age, Migos, and Agrimonia make this week's list of essential albums.
Alex Robert Ross
Chester Bennington and Linkin Park Made It OK to Be Weird
The singer and his band provided an eternal soundtrack for frustration, anger, and loneliness.
Revisiting the Most Terrifying Album of All Time
Stalaggh's 'Projekt Misanthropia,' the ugliest, most horrific oppressive noise possible.
Thurston Moore Is the Patron Saint of Music Nerds
We spoke with the Sonic Youth founder about Norwegian black metal, Henry Rollins' tape collection, and Bernie Sanders.