Interview: Tomb Of Grief (Metal Interviewer & promoter)

November 12, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Tomb Of Grief is a metal blog focusing on interviewing unique metal bands, it is run by T who is based in the UK. Considering how new the project is (Started June 2019) T has managed to interview quite a lot of awesome solo projects and black metal bands including this years very popular Mizmor as well as Xasthur and Aussie speedsters Bastardizer. He has an eye for a certain kind of project and speaks with some very interesting people. In this interview he provides some insight into Tomb Of Grief, interviewing, album art and the struggles of writing.

Interview: Bloody Sadism (Iranian solo grind project)

November 9, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Here is an interview with Bloody Sadism conducted by Noob Heavy writer Mass. Typically I (Carcassbomb) have done all of the interviews and this is the first one by someone else, as such I have left the formatting closer to their own preferences and hopefully I’ll see more in the future from all of our scenes. Here’s an insight into the world of Iranian metal, which is a very underground and subversive part of their culture.

Interview: Satta (Visual Artist)

October 25, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

I became familiar with Satta through IG as I follow a lot of dark artists suitable for band merch, Satta however has a classical approach to the style that outshines the rabble of common assets and lazy work ethic. His art is not just dark by subject, it embodies it fully, from conception to technique to completion. It’s a higher brow darkness. I also became familiar with the aussie OSDM band Aeon’s Abyss through instagram, who ended up commissioning Satta for their upcoming album Impenitent (Nov 1), a fortunate pairing sharing similar classic metal values. Here is an interview with the artist Satta in which we discuss influences, the upcoming album and living as an artist.

Review/Interview: Heráldica de Mandrake – Esto también pasará 8.7

October 16, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

This is one of those scenarios where you don’t understand Spanish but can identify enough words capable of setting a tone. Get ready for some psychedelic action from this Chilean doom trio that’s wet with distortion, I may have even heard an amp blow at some point – unless it’s a drum they’ve down tuned or a pedal effect. There’s a strange aspect to it that a lot of people would describe as “not music”, bordering on noise doom, but it works organically into the overall sound. It’s an interesting release made ever more so by its distinguishable album art created by the frontman Francisco Rivera who offered some insight to the story behind their art as well as their anti-fascist stance (included at the end).

Interview with Cold In Berlin (Rituals Of Surrender out Oct 11)

September 30, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Cold In Berlin have been playing equally atmospheric and abrasive live performances in London for almost a decade now. Starting with the essence of a post punk band and gradually absorbing the darkness of the world developing around them, dragging along with them a sense of doom. Their latest album, Rituals Of Surrender is a gothed up stoner doom album that releases on the 11th of October. I had a chance to hear the album early and very much enjoyed it, I also went back through their previous releases to find they basically started as an awesome band and stayed that way. So I’m very happy to present my interview with Cold In Berlin, an entertaining read whether you know the band or not (Just press play)

Interview: Vahrzaw (Aussie BM)

September 13, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Vahrzaw Black/Death Metal Traralgon, Victoria Formed: 1992 (As Necromancy) Current Release: Husk (2018) Upcoming: The Trembling Voices of Conquered Men (2020) Bandcamp – Instagram – […]