- Chthonic release teaser for ‘Sail Into The Sunset’s Fire’ videoPosted 3 days ago
- Brew records to call it a dayPosted 3 days ago
- Moss and Purson live at The Underworld, 15 May 2013Posted 3 days ago
- Battle Beast ‘Battle Beast’ stream and album reviewPosted 3 days ago
- Dio Day – Dio by John Consterdine: “I studied the cover of ‘Holy Diver’ for hours”Posted 4 days ago
- Dio Day – Black Sabbath by José Carlos Santos: “It should be mandatory in schools”Posted 4 days ago
- Suffocation live at NQ Live, 15 May 2013Posted 4 days ago
- Dio Day – Rainbow by Miranda Yardley: “Dio changed my life”Posted 4 days ago
- TesseracT live at The Roadhouse, 14 May 2013Posted 5 days ago
- Mouth Of The Architect stream ‘How This Will End’ with TerrorizerPosted 5 days ago
Dominion Towers Weekly Round Up
This week has been a short one but we’ve still had loads going on in our Schwarze world.
Review Wednesday kicked off with the new release from Lesbian Bed Death “the first with new vocalist Kittie Racchea and also moves them into a grittier, more raucous direction.”
Sean took a listen to ‘A Kafka Tale’ by Drama Of The Spheres. “The album’s atmosphere is disjointed and twisted with shattering guitars married to danceable synth melodies and toe-tapping rhythms” as well as the new album from Les Modules Etranges, delightfully entitled ‘Socially Awkward’. “The bands turbulent blend of innovative coldwave and sheer punk spirit is an ever present bundle of frantic energy that impatiently drags every song kicking and screaming until completion.”
Giles Moorhouse was blown away by York’s Officers during their support slot for Gary Numan as we found out in his review here and Lenore reported from William Control’s live outing in Islington as well as the usual news stories from the dark side of the world.
Don’t forget to check out the new issue of Dominion Magazine out now with O Children on the front, inside Terrorizer in all good newsagents.