Entries tagged with: Sutekh Hexen
photos by Greg Cristman
Gnaw Their Tongues at Trans-Pecos - 6/6/15
Maurice de Jong's noise/ambient/metal project Gnaw Their Tongues headlined day 2 of NYC's Apex Fest at Trans-Pecos on Saturday (6/6), just a couple weeks after playing Maryland Deathfest. He handled bass and vocals, and was accompanied by a woman who did all the samples/computer stuff. Their set was relentless, punishing, and downright fantastic.
Other sets throughout the day included Menace Ruine, IRM, Sutekh Hexen and Barren Harvest. Unfortunately, Burial Hex cancelled the day before the show, and Trepaneringsritualen played too but we missed them.
Pictures continue below...
photo: The Body at The Acheron in 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
The sixth biennial experimental/metal/electronic Apex Fest goes down this year at Ridgewood, Queens venue Trans-Pecos from June 5-7. It features live music on day 1 from Jarl and more TBA; day 2 from Gnaw Their Tongues, Trepaneringspiritualen, Menace Ruine, IRM, Burial Hex, Sutekh Hexen and Barren Harvest; and day 3 from Sophia, Svartsinn, Karjalan, Northaunt, Havan, Funerary Call and a set from The Body with special guest collaborators. There's also various short films, visual works and DJ sets. Tickets for the festival and more info HERE.
No word yet who those collaborators are, but the fest is a few weeks after The Body wrap up a tour with Full of Hell (who they're planning a collaborative album with), and they also put out a collaborative album with Thou earlier this year.
Tickets are on sale now for The Body's show with Full of Hell at Saint Vitus on May 16, and those bands play a matinee at ABC No Rio that day too (ticket info TBA).
Updated The Body dates are listed below...
photos by Greg Cristman, words by BBG
Sutekh Hexen at Saint Vitus, 9/4/2012
Black metal-ambient-noise terrorists Sutekh Hexen completed a round of dates with a show at Hopscotch over the weekend, but hit NYC at Saint Vitus on September 4 as part of a larger East Coast tour. It was here that the trio filled the back room with billowing smoke, droning dread and black metal riffs. Though the show was a small one, the music and atmosphere made the room feel claustrophobic and suffocating.
Supporting Sutekh Hexen was Rust Worship, Oneirogen and Andrew Hock of Castevet. Pictures of all bands and video of Sutekh Hexen, Oneirogen and Andrew Hock are below.
Experimental black metal/noise crew Sutekh Hexen (recently profiled here) are heading out on tour which includes a stop at the Hopscotch festival and will hit NYC at Saint Vitus on September 4 with support form High Aura'd, Oneirogen and Andrew Hock (of Castevet). Tickets are on sale.
Built to Spill at BV SXSW 2012 (more by Ryan Barkan)
The Hopscotch festival in Raleigh, North Carolina will celebrate its third year from Sept. 6-8, 2012 in downtown Raleigh, with 175 bands in 15 venues. The initial lineup, released today, runs the gamut from traditional indie favorites to punk to noise music to hip hop to noisy black metal and all stops in between, featuring performances from Built to Spill, sunn 0))), The Roots, The Jesus & Mary Chain (who played SXSW), Liars (who have a show coming up at Webster Hall), Baroness, Deerhoof, Death Grips (who play NYC soon and have new material on the way), Danny Brown (who was at Coachella and plays Prospect Park soon), Pallbearer (who play an exclusive East Coast Show soon), Screaming Females (who recently played NYC and are on tour now), Thee Oh Sees, The Spits (who just played NYC twice), Tenement, The Mountain Goats (two sets, one of which will be an all metal-covers set!) and so many more.
(and now we know the Jesus & Mary Chain are coming back soon)
Tickets are on sale. The full lineup and flyer (update: and a few more announced J&MC dates) are below...
Handmade Birds will release the new LP from Sutekh Hexen, a shadowy black metal collective that delves into dark ambient, drone, harsh noise, and any other aural method hellbent on nihilism and destruction. Larvae is the follow-up to their harrowing Luciform from last year and is currently available on CD via the label. Larvae, which features the mastering work of James Plotkin, is anchored by the contributions of Scott Miller (ex-Cattle Decapitation), visual artist Kevin Gan Yuen, Dwid Hellion (Integrity), Lee Camfield, and Thomas Rodahl Dedekamm. Yuen and Dwid are co-conspirators on the frightening art as well.
In celebration (or is it damnation?) of Larvae, you can stream a new track at Pitchfork and another from the LP ("Lead Us In Warfare") below, alongside some prior works of auditory terror and the artwork...