The Friday Feeling is upon us once more, and today we have a short but extremely sweet pairing for you. Here for your enjoyment is the Seimei EP by Japanese screamo stalwarts envy and a glass of Barrelstone 2020 Pinot Noir to go alongside.Continue reading
Receiving the Evcharist is our weekly feature where we pair choice albums with our favorite libations. Drink from the cup of heresy. This week’s offering: Teeth’s The Curse of Entropy and The Kraken Rum. Continue reading
Cantos are less frequent during the holidays.
- Here we go. Dark Buddha Rising and Oranssi Pazuzu will be releasing a new album together under the name of Waste of Space Orchestra next April through Svart Records. This is gonna be big.
- The Browning will be hitting the road in early 2019. Dates are in March and April and they will be joined by Betraying the Martyrs and Extortionist.
- Metal fans consume a lot of consumables. And by that I mean we like drugs and alcohol, in case you weren’t aware.
- Ignite have released a new music video for “Nothing Can Stop Me.” If you’re feeling some melodic… hardcore… punk… this is for you. Check it.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”
This month’s questions came to us from contributor and fallen angel J. Andrew. It reads:
“If you could create a single CD worth of metal that represents what “Great Metal” means to you, what would you put on that CD? Remember, a standard CD is limited to 1 hr and 17 min. Don’t worry too much about covering all types, just be comprehensive enough to cover your definition of quality metal music.”
Circle Pit is a monthly series in which Nine Circles writers (and select guests) answer a question posed by our Masthead team. These questions can be serious, quirky or humorous. If you have any suggestions for questions please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This month’s questions is:
What is the appropriate level of intoxication at a show? Is there one? Should there be one?