I’ve Heard It: False – Hunger

When I think of think of black metal, I think of the woods. I think of endless landscapes of trees reaching out beyond the horizon. I think of snow tipped pines in the twilight with the...

Wolves In the Throne Room – “Born From the Serpents Eye” Video

Blocland readers, today is a good day. Today the Olympia, Washington black metal perfecters, Wolves In the Throne Room, are back. With their first video ever, Wolves In the Throne Room give us the first taste...

Blocland’s Best Metal Albums of 2017: Around the Halfway Point

Blocland's Best Metal Albums of 2017 Around the Halfway Point A Necessary Post Now that we at Blocland have posted our list of our favorite music, it's time for a token metal list. The other half a Blocland got...

Chelsea Wolfe – “16 Psyche”

Goth songstress Chelsea Wolfe released her world devouring album, Abyss, two years ago and she is now set to follow it up with Hiss Spun. If there's any trend to pick up on with Chelsea Wolfe releases it's she...

The World’s Ramblingest Website Interviews Bask

Asheville, North Carolina's Bask is criminally underappreciated. Their new album, Ramble Beyond, is an exhilarating journey through stoner metal, southern rock, country, Americana, psychedelia, and post-rock. But none of that matters when you hit play. These...

Loss – “Horizonless”

The Nashville doom unit, Loss, are set to release Horizonless this Friday. Horizonless will be their sophomore album and follow-up to 2011's Despond. The band has now shared the title track. "Horizonless" is a hulking lurch that exemplifies just how seriously...

I’ve Heard It: Full of Hell – Trumpeting Ecstasy

"Of course, there's a lot of misery. But it is the same misery that is all around us. The trees here are in misery..." That's a quote from Werner Herzog's 1982 film Burden of Dreams. Herzog's musings...

Full of Hell – “Trumpeting Ecstasy”

Great news, everyone! We are less than a week away from Full of Hell's third album, Trumpeting Ecstasy. Today, they have shared the album's third single and title track with an accompanying video. "Trumpeting Ecstasy" follows along...

The Grimiest Website In the World Interviews Succumb

Most pop culture built around the city of San Fransisco is fixed upon the hippie boom of the late 60s. Lots of typical day-glow fantasies that conveniently end before 1969. Psych rock has every right to be...

I’ve Heard It: Pallbearer’s Heartless

Heartless  Pallbearer Pallbearer seemed like they were destined for greatness right from the beginning. Even though they generated buzz with their demos, Sorrow and Extinction felt like it dropped out of the sky onto an unsuspecting scene. The album garnered...