The noise rockers have also revealed a North American tour.
British band’s first new track in half a decade features Current 93’s David Tibet.
Addressing that nagging guilt of inconvenient truths in an arresting track.
The black metal titans will hit the road this fall with the help of DIIV.
The time’s never been better than now to take a deeper dive into the world of metal.
Plus, the shoegaze outfit lines up a US fall tour.
Featuring Ezra Miller on drums, the band previews its new album Deus Sex Machina; or, Moving Slowly Beyond Nikola Tesla.
Taken from their first-ever feature film soundtrack for sci-fi/drama KIN.
The duo composed new music for Anthony Gonzalez’s brother’s latest movie, Un Couteau Dans Le Coeur.
Canadian rockers continue to support last year’s impressive Luciferian Towers.
The project’s first release in six years comes as the Graveface Records founder is losing his hearing.
A preview of their debut full-length, Zionic Mud, arriving in April.