Shrinebuilder

Blackened Music Weekend Takes Hold of New York City
Blackened Music Weekend Takes Hold of New York City
New York City's Blackened Music Series has announced a three-day mini-festival featuring Krallice, Liturgy, Skeletonwitch, Black Anvil, Rwake, Malkuth, Orphan and capped off by the premiere performance of doom supergroup Shrinebuilder. Set for November 13-15, the Blackened Weekend follows in the footsteps of the series' Repulsion/Brutal Truth and Sunn O)))/Southern Lord Showcase shows earlier this
Guy Kozowyk of the Red Chord Interview — ”Creep Show’
Guy Kozowyk of the Red Chord Interview — ”Creep Show’
If ever a band's album sounded like its title it's the Red Chord's new disc 'Fed Through the Teeth Machine,' a carnage-spewing showcase of rapid-fire rhythm shifts, acrobatic guitar runs, seasick tremelo bends and regurgitated vocals. But the 'Teeth Machine' isn't a diabolical instrument of death like the machine in Stephen King's 'The Mangler,' it's an actual machine used by clothing factories to
Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums
Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums
"Damn it, we missed Lichens," this writer grumbled to her companions as we finally got to Johnny Brenda's, one of Fishtown's nicer venues and home to more hipsters than you can shake an ironically-angled stick at. The bar downstairs hummed contentedly as the regulars settled in to while their nights away over warm PBR and overpriced 'local drafts,' but this cozy scene held nothing for u
Shrinebuilder Post Track, Announce More Shows
Massive doom supergroup Shrinebuilder -- featuring Scott Kelly of Neurosis/Tribes of Neurot, Scott 'Wino' Weinrich of Saint Vitus/the Obsessed/Spirit Caravan/Hand of Doom, Al Cisneros of Sleep/Om, and Dale Crover of the Melvins -- have released a long-awaited track to their MySpace page and to Kelly's radio blog Return to Zero...
Salome’s Aaron Deal Opens Up About Black Sabbath, Cliff Burton and Corpse Paint
Salome’s Aaron Deal Opens Up About Black Sabbath, Cliff Burton and Corpse Paint
Everyone's got that one band that started them down the left-hand path of enlightenment, to their ultimate heavy metal nirvana. For some people, it was Kiss; for others, Black Sabbath. The times, they are a-changing, and nowadays it very well may be a band like Shadows Fall or Mastodon that lures the young folk in and teaches them the ways of the riff...