Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Thursday: Unica Zurn Reading at Drawing Center

Unica Zürn: Dark Spring
Reading
From the Dark Spring of Language: The Poetry & Prose of Unica Zürn
Thursday, April 23, 7:00 PM

The Drawing Center and Poets House present: From the Dark Spring of Language: The Poetry & Prose of Unica Zürn. An evening of readings by acclaimed novelists and poets: Mary Ann Caws, Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, English, and French at the Graduate School of the City University of New York; Pierre Joris, poet; Jill Magi, author, visual artist, and faculty member at The New School Eugene Lang College; Anna Moschovakis, poet; Caroline Rupprecht, author and assistant professor of Comparative Literature at Queens College, City University of New York; Frederic Tuten, author and Professor Emeritus, City College of New York.

Black Forest Drawing (In Progress)



Black Forest Drawing #2
18 by 24 inches
India Ink on Bristol

Monday, April 20, 2009

Update on Krallice Vinyl Release, New Shirts



Krallice vinyl is pressed and will be available for purchase when the boys hit the road with Wolves in the Throne Room in mid May. New shirts will also be on sale. CLICK HERE FOR TOUR DATES.

Black Forest Drawing (In Progress)



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Also, don't forget to check out Immanent Voiceless, Liturgy, Tropic of Nelson and Bloody Panda tonight at Public Assembly.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Wolves in the Throne Room Tour with Krallice, A Storm of Light, Thrones




5.13.09 Denver, CO: Marquis Theatre #
5.14.09 Iowa City, IA: The Picador #
5.15.09 Minneapolis, MN: Triple Rock Social Club
5.16.09 Chicago, IL: Bottom Lounge *
5.17.09 Hamilton, ON: Casbah *
5.18.09 Toronto, ON: Wreck Room $
5.19.09 Montreal, QC: La Sala Rosa $
5.21.09 Allston, MA: Great Scott *
5.22.09 Brooklyn, NY: Europa w/ Thrones, A Storm of Light
5.23.09 Baltimore, MD: Sonar (Maryland Deathfest)
5.24.09 Providence, RI: Club Hell w.A Storm of Light
5.25.09 Wallingford, CT: Wallingford American Legion *
5.26.09 New York, NY: The Studio at Webster Hall *
5.28.09 Philadelphia, PA: Kung Fu Necktie * [6 PM show]
5.28.09 Philadelphia, PA: Kung Fu Necktie * [10 PM show]
5.29.09 Richmond, VA: Gallery 5 w/ Krallice, A Storm of Light, Forensics
5.30.09 Johnson City: The Hideaway, TN *
6.01.09 Athens, GA: Caledonia *
6.02.09 Atlanta, GA: The Earl *

# w/ Krallice
*w/ Krallice, A Storm of Light
$ w/ Thrones, Krallice, A Storm of Light

Funny Web Comic

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Listening Party @ Menegroth the Thousand Caves: Gorguts, Liturgy, Oldest

My friends make such amazing things.




After Krallice practice last night in Menegroth, Colin's recording studio in Queens, me and the boys listened to some of the new stuff Mr. Marston and his studio have been working on so far this year. A few recordings really stood out. 2009 is a year to look forward to for the extreme heavy metal fans. I don't just mean that these recordings stood out against other new releases I've heard so far this year. Most of the music I heard for the first time last night easily stands with the best of my collection. Here's a peek at what's about to come out that you absolutely shouldn't miss.

1. New Gorguts. It's FUCKING awesome. Do you READ ME? FUCKING AWESOME. We listened to everything but vocals last night and the tracks SLAY. I can die happy now. For those of you who haven't heard (I don't know how that's possible if you are reading this blog), Gorguts is reunited with a lineup made by the archbishops of hell. Expect the album out before the end of summer.

2. New Liturgy. Black metal from my friend Hunter Hunt Hendrix. His first album was a one man bedroom black metal charmer. Now he's compiled a full band and the new material is a whirlwind of epic proportions.

3. New Oldest. Latest project of Mick Barr, with drummer Brooks (Born Against). Harkening back to the days of Crom-tech, there's much of the signature shredding, hardcore vocals that cut like shrapnel, even a couple catchy riffs. In place of the minimal arrangements so familiar to Mick's catalog is the effect of a full band, a nod perhaps to working with one so much in Krallice. Mick plays bass and two guitars on the album, which leaves me to wonder what choices the band might make to play this material live. In any event, there is an undeniable maturity in these quirky riffs. They do exactly what they need to to make your head go.

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Friday, April 3, 2009

Tonight: Bohren & Der Club of Gore, Attila Csihar

Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street
New York, NY
US 10012

10pm, 18+


Featuring:
Bohren & Der Club of Gore, Attila Csihar

SunnO))) Listening Party Today in Dumbo




Yes, yours truly woke up at a civilized hour this morning so she could attend one of the coveted press sessions. I'm taking my camera.