Review: 3Teeth Bring Fire and Industrial Fury on EndEx

After four years without any new music, American industrial outfit 3Teeth are back with today’s release of their fourth studio album, EndEx. While the tracks within are full of contempt for concepts like hyper-consumerism and tech being too prevalent in our lives, the whole thing is a fun romp withContinue Reading

The National – ‘Laugh Track’ review: a heavier companion record

Lore and storytelling play an outsized role in every album The National release, and on their ninth album ‘First Two Pages of Frankenstein’, released in April, the narrative was more central than ever. Following their collaborations with Taylor Swift on her pandemic albums ‘Folklore’ and ‘Evermore’, their profile had increased,Continue Reading

Review: Manii’s Innerst i Mørket is a Glorious Masterpiece

Next month, Manii’s third album Innerst i Mørket will drop via Terratur Possessions. It comes five years after the band’s sophomore effort, Sinnets Irrganger and is a transcendent experience. Personally, it’s almost intimidating to try to review, but let’s explore it along with a bit of the band’s history anyway.Continue Reading