The unexpected return of one of the most extreme bands to ever crawl out from under the rock labelled doom – time for the most desolate atmospheres conjured in slow motion.
A twisted, nightmarish world of dissonant blasting and relentless aural violence.
Paying homage to the music they grew up loving, Dirk Serries and Justin K Broadrick produce a magical ride.
[ B O L T ] have delivered an exquisite album that is all about emotion, a piece of art that tugs deep inside: wondrous and sublime.
A debut that so nearly captures a supreme meditative ecstasy with easy. Almost.
Black metal tackling weighty emotions, with a dash of levity. It’s loud, it’s fast, it’s angry, but they appear to have a lot of fun cajoling it all into a single story.
A record that leaves the listener exhausted, scared, but most of all enthralled by the sheer malevolence displayed.
They now come thundering out of the speakers, brutal and precise in landing every blow.
Four friends flit from progressive metal into black, death, and the mercurial post- territories to scratch an itch.
An exciting new band crashing into the doom scene with a fresh twist on the expected cornerstones.
Thunderous, earthquake-inducing doom, the kind where vases fall off shelves and innards quiver from the force of the soundwaves emitted.
Ultimately, this feels a messy splurge of too many disparate ideas.
A delight to existing fans with its carefully balanced blend of signature sound and musical exploration.