A complete and highly confident recording from one darksynth’s stalwarts
A few growing pains do little to diminish enjoyment of an ambitious and epic album
Wolf and Raven reveal their creative process, favorite video games, go-to snack foods, and more in this full interview.
Impressive production can’t salvage the overly familiar songwriting on Loved to Death.
The most notable recordings in the violent and extreme evolution of synthwave music.
An examination of the gritty and extreme outgrowth of synthwave music.
Aggressive songwriting paired with nuanced and compelling compositions make Undead Thrasher a masterpiece of metal-minded darksynth
Elay Arson’s newest venture into occult music is a diverse and ambitious effort that continues to redefine the darksynth genre
Rating: 94 / 100 Shredder 1984’s cyberpunk-themed second album is a borderline masterpiece that offers a handful of the best darksynth songs recorded to date.
Rating: 45 / 100 Carpenter Brut’s long-awaited return is a feverish misfire packed with cringeworthy kitsch and mutilated attempts at metal fusion