Tag: Sentient Ruin

夢遊病者 (Sleepwalker): “Boundless Love / Resilience” Track Premiere + Interview

We never notice the final breath we take before we fall asleep, yet we can rationally assume that there is a point between a measured inhale and exhale, a point where wakefulness surrenders itself into

Track Premiere: DSKNT – “Transition Ω- [Part II]”

There is a point in the metaphysical realm where the three paths of art, science, and spirituality converge. These paths are not straightforward – in fact, they intersect with one another many times as they

Track Premiere: Ceremonial Bloodbath – “The Throat Of Belial”

Since Venom’s Welcome To Hell, bands of the metal persuasion have been sending listeners off on adventures into various interpretations of the underworld. As extreme metal evolved, so did the landscapes it portrayed. Hell went from

Cryptae – Nightmare Traversal Review

Eyes close. The faint light that lingered in the bedroom vanishes beneath the curtains of eyelids. Sleep slowly envelops like a blanket wrapped tightly around the body. Consciousness shifts gears, opening a world that no

Track Premiere: Deadlight Sanctuary – “Deadlight Sanctuary”

Before black metal was so often equated to frozen winds, icy tundras, and frosty landscapes, it was a style of fire. Sarcófago, Blasphemy, and the earlier works of Beherit evoked a humid, claustrophobic atmosphere seared

Track Premiere: Profane Order – “Perverse Demoniac”

Montréal, Quebec’s Profane Order first emerged back in 2016 with their debut LP, Marked By Malice, making a hell of an entrance into the violent, primal world of bestial black metal. Drawing largely from the

Mors Vincit Omnia: A Spotlight On Sentient Ruin Laboratories, Part 1 — The Interview

It’s not a secret that the role of a record label has changed drastically in the age of the internet. Nowhere is this more true than in the underground, where endeavors are driven by genuine

Deth Crux – A Title Track Premiere And Review Of Mutant Flesh

If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, you should know that the fine, handsome and well-educated folks at Last Rites really enjoy some high-quality deathrock. It also seems like Los Angeles, for all its eternal