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Time travelin’ to 2013 (unpublished interview with Izedis)

There was a time, back in 2013, when I’ve got in touch with this great guy for the very first time to do an interview. And apart from short appearance on one of his FB account, this interview was never published. Until now. read more

Necrobestiality/Enbilulugugal – Satan’s Poop (split album review)

Weekend has officially started, bitches!!! What’s better than to crank up some crazy fucked up noise stuff? Well, I have started with Britney Spears (seriously!) but even that kind of extreme music didn’t satisfied my urge to hear some more extreme output out there, and because I am currently going through discography of Enbilulugugal , my choice was clear. read more

Enbilulugugal – Goatsodomy (demo 2000 review)

Dear God, no!!!! Not another Enbilulugugal review! Unfortunately, yes, your worst nightmare came true and we’re jumping headlong into the black muddy swamp of black noise to bring you the experience of the lifetime. read more

Enbilulugugal/Tomhet (CD split review)

Time to review another Enbilulugugal release, what do you say? Believe me or not (but check for yourselves), this one is as of today one of my favorite Enbilulugugal releases.

And rightfully so! Black noise maniacs just got more approachable with delving themselves into death/grind territory, which is quite unusual, but heartwarming.

Enbilulugugal – The Day After

Post-apocalyptic themes are always a favourite for many artists, from filmmakers to sculptors, and, of course, musicians are no exception. read more

Interview with J.R. Preston (part I.)

If you ask me how I got to know J.R Preston, the person behind Tjolgtjar and couple of other projects, I honestly can’t remember, if my life would depend on it. Actually, I kinda might remember… looking for some music in 8-bit computer sounds, I went through 8-bit Emperor and Mayhem to Xexyz, J.R’s NESBM (Nintendo Entertainment System Black Metal) project and from the, it was only a small step to get interested to his music and stuff he does.

I wanted to do this interview for a long time – and the time has come. Welcome The Reverend, folks!

Well, hello there, J.R., and thanks for your time doing this interview. First of all, I consider it strange there are not that many interviews with you about any of your projects. Is it intentional from your side (say, refusing to do interviews) or simply just not much interest in your musick?