Again, we had a round table discussion. You might want to peep it after listening to CC’s newest of new, “The Murderer’s Pact” below. Chime in to agree, disagree or add something new to the discussion!
"There is love here and also deep pain and these are voices here that need to be heard." Read this wonderful split review, written by Alison McNeil of kimono and Siggi Pönk of Gjoll, and listen to Börn's mini-LP below.
Sinmara impresses on a full-length debut: “It’s apparent that the members of Sinmara have had time to plan and create their first offering and they have used their time well.” Read the review in its and listen to Sinmara below. Head on over to Andfari for full-album stream. Aphotic Womb is out on Terratur Possessions Records.
"What made them good is heaviness and ugliness of the riffs." Listen to "Visions in My Head" and read the round table discussion below! Get involved in the conversation. Post comments in the blog’s comment section. Gonna be fun #Obituary #RelapseRecords #DeathMetal #HalCo
Excerpt from review: “I just read this little, big book for the third time. There are very few books that I read more than once. It has helped me immensely in gaining further understanding of the why world of civilised humans is as fucked up as it is…” Halifax Collect Click the link below and read the review in its entirety. Thank you. Straw Dogs - Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals is out on Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
We’re hell thrashed to give you an exclusive premiere of Bloodletter's “Reputation For Cruelty,” from their forthcoming EP release!
Listen to the song and read the talk we had about new material and how a one band member’s brain tumor ordeal inspired some vicious songwriting! #HalCo
Today, individualist black/ambient/industrial cult Empire Auriga stream the entirety of their forthcoming album,Ascending the Solar Throne, at esteemed cultural journal Halifax Collect. The band’s long-awaited comeback record,Ascending the Solar Throne is set for release on August 19th viaMoribund Records. Empire Auriga's debut album, Auriga Dying, was critically acclaimed for its ahead-of-the-time fusion of black metal, dark ambient, and industrial, all coalescing into a cosmic black hole that was both devouring and debilitating. Eight years later, Empire Auriga return with the highly anticipated Ascending the Solar Throne. Aptly titled once again, Empire Auriga bring us the true sound of interstellar death with Ascending the Solar Throne. Here, the mysterious trio exists as the delirious melancholia awakened by union with the void, wisps encircling the kernal of futility at the center of each body, shining with listless abandon, seething as evaporation through obsolete ruins, smoldering with the intuition of having seen through the membrane. This is the sound of Ascending the Solar Throne! Hear the entirety for yourself exclusively HERE, courtesy of Halifax Collect.
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[BREAKING NEWS] DARK ESSENCE RECORDS inks a deal with Iceland’s extreme metal psychedelic progressive atmospheric leviathans momentum! Halifax Collect investigates and talks to the band about these recent tidings (interview, music and partial track-listing below).