The black metal outfit and NYC avant-pop duo make for a striking combination on the new single.
The dark folk auteurs offer up a worthy rendition of Björk’s masterpiece.
These are the records we’ve leaned on during the first six tumultuous months of the year.
The chart-climbing debut that spawned two decades of collaboration between Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel.
METAL, MEAT & BONE: The Songs of Dyin’ Dog comes with an elaborate backstory about a 1970s blues musician.
Bowie and Kraftwerk camps shared a mutual respect and conceptual cunning that forged a path forward for popular music.
The 12-track collection is her first-ever live release.
It features rehearsal footage from his 1997 “Earthling Tour”.
The Ohio indie rockers became the band they are today thanks to their third album.
They also cover The Saints’ “This Perfect Day” with members of Surfbort and Amyl and the Sniffers.
The newest project from Nick Reinhart of Tera Melos.
They’ve shared a music video for the song off their upcoming album, Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between.