In preparation for the unveiling of not one but two re-recorded from the ground up albums on 9th December, Post-Black Metal pioneers Harakiri For The Sky have shared the intense “Homecoming: Denied” for your listening pleasure. The albums in question are their self titled release and “Aokigahara” with the Austrian duo never happy with the
On 9th December Post Black Metal pioneers Harakiri For The Sky will launch re-recordings of their first two albums “Harakiri For The Sky” and “Aokigahara” and with good reason, as they have never been fully happy with the production. The Austrian duo decided to take a deep dive into their past for their 10th band
A song written in a flat above a Pizza restaurant in Bath and released in 1982 that has fallen into the highly influential category, “Mad World” by Tears For Fears has ended up being so much more than just a piece of meloncholic music. In 2003 it won writer Roland Orzabal his second Ivor Novello
2014’s Metal to the Masses (South East) winners and a band that Metal Hammer said had released “The best Metal debut of 2016, by far!” in their release “Aokigahara” are Brighton’s Jonestown. They signed to SPV imprint label of the moment Long Branch Records for their new album “Dyatlov” which saw release on 16th November with
Returning to the south coast for this weeks entry in our Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene, we head to sunny Brighton. The home of Architects, mentioned in the Doomsday book as “Brighthelmstone” and a stones throw from Gatwick Airport, Brighton has been ranked as the happiest place to live in the UK.