Grimoire Records

Posted Friday, September 5, 2014 - 1:52pm by Clayton Michaels

Upstart Baltimore-based Grimoire Records first came to my attention a few months ago when Highpriest’s excellent Shift EP landed in my inbox (which I reviewed here). Now they’re on my radar again with Crawling Mountain Apogee, the forthcoming split from Myopic and Torrid Husk, which I’ve been listening to almost non-stop for the last week. If you’ve slept on Grimoire Records thus far, it’s time to for that to change, because they are quickly becoming a label worth paying very close attention to.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Myopic, Torrid Husk, Grimoire Records, progressive black metal, Watain, post-rock, Isis, neurosis
Posted Saturday, March 8, 2014 - 6:01pm by Clayton Michaels

There was an editorial on MetalSucks a couple of years ago that made the argument that metal vocalists were becoming irrelevant. I had just seen Russian Circles live for the first time a few days before, so I found myself readily agreeing with a lot of the points being made in the piece.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Highpriest, Grimoire Records, instru-metal, post-metal, Russian Circles
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