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Ear-drilling Fun #2. Here's some nasty punk that's been fuelling my engine.
New Zealand's Campbell Kneale creates entirely new worlds via drone and noise. Here are three of my favourite spheres.
Welcome to Ear-drilling Fun. A new column where I share the nastiest punk that's been fuelling my engine.
Here's what's what for Six Noises in 2018.
New Zealand grindcore trio Zone Killer deliver crushing gutter metal with relentless energy.
Happy New Year! Here's some ear-splitting noise from Stress Ghetto to kick 2018 into gear.
EOY17: Alternative and experimental music.
EOY17: New Zealand alternative and experimental music.
EOY17: New Zealand punk and metal.
EOY17: Punk demos.
EOY17: Let the mayhem begin...
A double dose of gloriously horrible noise from New Zealand punk label Razored Raw.
Shadow of the Sword is a full-throttle celebration of metal’s most captivating attributes, and it’s about as fucking METAL as fucking METAL gets.
Yet another merciless, hell-hammering hymn from New Zealand black/thrash band Exordium Mors.
New(ish) releases from noise-maker Huge Mutant and punk trio Total Ruin.
People Used to Live Here is Spook the Horses’ darkest and starkest release yet.
Here's a bunch of great metal that didn't make my final end of year list. But maybe it'll make yours?
Here's a bunch of great punk that didn't make my final end of year list. But maybe it'll make yours?
Modern Adoxography is an ultra-aggressive onslaught backed by truly accomplished musicianship.
Not a single word is spoken on Computer Man, but the brand new album from Dunedin duo Triumphs still tells a vivid tale.
Opium Eater inject a mountain of energy and imagination into their full-length debut, Ennui.
I’m a confirmed atheist. Except when I listen to Vassafor.