Post-Punk

Watch: Heads. – ‘Wolves at the Door’

April 12, 2018

Watch a new video from dark post-punk/noise rock trio Heads.

What is the Connection between Metal and Post-Punk?

February 28, 2018

A conversation with Jason Corbett of ACTORS on the conenction between heavy metal and Post-punk.

Primitive Knot: Dreams of Pagan Soil and Urban Decay

January 26, 2018

According to Jim, the mastermind behind the spooky UK act Primitive Knot, “what I like to do is create collisions between different genres and approaches, as this creates confusion, creative tensions and new psychic spaces.”

Q&A: Soror Dolorosa’s Andy Julia Gets Post-Punk’d

December 4, 2017

Soror Dolorosa’s Andy Julia talks travel, black metal, and new album Apollo

Track Premiere: Soft Kill ‘Insider’ (Tom Petty Cover)

October 3, 2017

Post-punk aficionados Soft Kill feel the weight of Tom Petty’s recent passing. To cope and to honor the legendary musician, Soft Kill have covered “Insider” off Petty’s “Hard Promises” album.

Interview: Tau Cross’ Rob Miller on New Record and Being a ‘Supergroup’

July 20, 2017

Tau Cross‘ Rob “The Baron” Miller is interviewed by Neill Jameson on new album, being a ‘supergroup’ and recommended reading. 

Souls in Isolation, A Q&A With Soft Kill’s Toby Grave

May 1, 2017

We’ve been hitting Soft Kill‘s newest album, Choke, hard for almost six months now. When Choke smashed into winter 2016, it immediately reminded of UK legends The Chameleons (Script of the Bridge is a genuine deserted island-type record), French mopers Asylum Party (whose Borderline album is a must-hear), and Belgian treasure obscure The Names, whose single “Nightshift” went on to inspire contemporary pop-prog outfit like Mew.

Virus

June 27, 2016

Memento Collider
Infectious grooves, alternate realities
dB rating: 9/10

Better Living Through Metal: Featuring Iceage

May 28, 2013

Iceage may be young bucks creating some of the most intriguing/enlivening post-punk noise rock out there these days, but spinning the excellent You’re Nothing we had a hunch the much-lauded Copenhagen quartet might have ingested some metal along the way, too — and wound up getting this uber-sophisticated list of five extremely extreme favorites from…