When Metal Festivals Get Political, It Feels Like Utopia
This year's edition of beloved Dutch metal fest Roadburn was about something bigger than music, which only added to its magic.
Uniform and The Body's Chaotic Collaboration Is Unsettlingly Perfect
The two noisy duos teamed up on 'Mental Wounds Not Healing,' due June 8 on Sacred Bones. Today, they're sharing the record's first single, alongside a brief interview about how the project came together.
The Body's New Album Is a Slog Through Electronic Misery
Stream the Portland noise doom duo's impossibly heavy, grindingly miserable new LP for Thrill Jockey, 'I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.'
Lingua Ignota's Liturgical Noise Is a Celebration of Obliteration
Stream the new EP from the Providence-based artist who explores trauma and survival through neoclassical, death industrial, and extreme metal.
Ride the Feedback: A Brief History of Guitar Distortion
Or, how one of music's happiest accidents went on to shape countless careers and spawn entire genres, from rock 'n' roll to experimental noise
J. J. Anselmi
Meet the Human Organ You Didn't Know You Had
The finding could open up new possibilities for researching intestinal diseases.
Violent Magic Orchestra Shatter Black Metal's Boundaries on Their Dizzying Debut
Stream 'Catastrophic Anonymous' and read our dual interview with transatlantic masterminds Pete Swanson, Vampillia, and Mondkopf.
Step Into The Body's Latest Nightmare, "To Know and To Hide"
Listen to the Portland duo's harrowing, mechanized contribution to the Adult Swim Singles Program.
Jay Boogie Doesn't Want to Catch Feelings On "Body Principles"
But the rapper is still accepting flowers and Edible Arrangements.
A Successful New HIV-Nuking Drug Wasn't Even Designed for HIV
It may even be part of an eventual HIV cure.
A Trip to Courtney Love's Old Strip Club with The Body to Talk About Pop Music
"Trying to get my metallic fart guitar sound onto a Taylor Swift song would be pretty awesome."
Nine Inch Nails
5 Electronic Albums That Taught the Body How to Make Noise-Metal
The Portland-based makers of the year's strangest metal records explain how they were inspired by drone masters and Nine Inch Nails.