Tag: Housecore Records

King Parrot – Ugly Produce Review

Everyone knows heavy metal is super-serious business. It’s all about the menacing look you give to no one in particular as you gaze out into the black-and-white grainy forest at dusk. It’s about the hours

Bill + Phil – Songs of Darkness and Despair Review

“Bill” is Bill Mosely, noted horror movie icon. Bill is no stranger to music, having previously collaborated with Buckethead on a project called Cornbugs; he also has a solo album entitled Spider Mountain. He wrote

Author And Punisher – Melk En Honig Review

Welcome to the bespoke machine apocalypse. If Tristan Shone’s music as Author & Punisher has been on your radar at all, you likely know that the sounds of Melk en Honing are formed by custom

King Parrot – Dead Set Review

The Aussie goons in King Parrot self-released their debut full-length, 2012’s Bite Your Head Off, and that disc earned them enough of a good reputation that the album was subsequently picked up by Candlelight for

Eyehategod – Eyehategod Review

Eyehategod has always been easier to respect than to love. That’s understandable, of course, because at their rawest, the band taps into an uncomfortably visceral place of filth and abjection. Take as Needed for Pain

Arson Anthem – Insecurity Notoriety Review

Arson Anthem was born of a shared love of vintage punk between Nola icons Mike Williams (Eyehategod) and Phil Anselmo (Pantera / Down). Homeless post-Katrina, Williams crashed in Anselmo’s guest quarters, and the pair would

Arson Anthem – Arson Anthem Review

For the three of you who may not know, Arson Anthem is another side project of Phil “I’m In More Bands Than You” Anselmo, this time a hardcore punk venture.  Knowing full well what lashes I’m