Author: Benjamin Kosanke

May 7, 2017

Christageddon Release "I Am Who I Am"

This last week not only saw a new song from Pantokrator, but also we see a new song from Christageddon. An online project, led by Kristian of The Synics Awakening, has brought together musicians from Abated Mass of Flesh, Demonic Extinction, and now Segør from Blood Covenant.   The project has drifted between a few different styles over the years and from how it appears, Segør brings in a heavy symphonic element to the band. Synths that hearken Dimmu Borgir’s own iconic epic symphonic black metal combined with Segør’s own signature guttural snarls and growls create a beautiful yet darkened symphony of holy terror for all who dare to listen and heed the message.… Continued →

March 29, 2017

Enter the Underground: Hymns of the Blackest Light

As a two year anniversary for the forum The Blackest Light, DC Mills (Vials of Wrath) helped all the musician members release a compilation for the group. You’ll see a bunch of bands you may have heard of represented: O, Majestic Winter, Corpse, Vials of Wrath, or maybe Blood Thirsty. Showcasing a variety of distribution centers, these bands have been on Vision of God Records, SkyBurnsBlack Records, Sanctus Gladius Records, and Vociferator Entertainment. This compilation features a fair amount of current Christian black metal, death metal, and grindcore, and offers some insight in what the underground has to offer.… Continued →

March 28, 2017

Introducing: Lost Things

Hailing for Sacramento, Lost Things has emerged to play some fresh post-rock/hardcore. These guys have songs that span influences from Being as an Ocean and Oh Sleeper to Jesus Culture (Consumed-era) and Emery, maybe with a slight Take It Back! influence in the faster songs. The album artwork seems to allude to a highly political punk attitude however the lyrics convey a message of seeking truth and dealing with personal problems. FacebookContinued →