Doomy deathmetal taken to near symphonic heights, courtesy of Toronto’s Tomb Mold.
What do you do when you’re bored? Well, Red Mass works out their ya-ya’s going just nuts all over a real garagey punk song.
Montreal’s CELL will unhinge you, with their screamo-gone-gloomgrind. We’re loving the ride.
“Red Death” is doomy and grinding, but Waingro keeps it balancing on the hard rock edge, never letting it descend into death metal excess.
Dominique Fils-Aimé manages to cook up soul that is both comfortably familiar and startling original at the same time.
Cerebral metal from Hell Is Other People. The Windsor band grinds through a landscape of dark ambience and grim visions.
From a split with Siberian band My Lonely Sea.
Vancouver’s graftician (Roxanne Nesbitt) has a very personal way with her music. Suffice it to say that her singer-songwriter abilities are equally matched by her restless exploration of popular music’s boundaries.