The allure of the grave: an interview with Mirai Kawashima of Sigh

"I might already be dead when you read this."

Sigh is one of the most important names to have emerged during the formative years of what we now call extreme metal during the late 80’s- early 90’s.

Sigh - Graveward (Candlelight)

Sigh is back. But is it for the better?

Sigh is a band that really shouldn’t require an introduction at this point.

Sigh - In Somniphobia (Candlelight)

Is it too soon to be talking about albums of the year?
Release Date: 
11 Mar 2012 - 11:30pm

The culmination of a dream? More likely a nightmare given the name of this record, and In Somniphobia certainly sounds that way.

Sigh - Scorn Defeat (Deepsend)

Crazy black metal from one of Japan's finest bands.
Release Date: 
25 Jul 2011 - 11:30pm

Originally released on Euronymous's then fledgling Deathlike Silence Records, way back in 1993, it is of no great surprise that Scorn Defeat has been re-r

Julie Weir - Still noisy after all these years

Julie Weir once seemed like a freak - a lone girl in the male dominated world of the London music industry in the '90s. Thankfully things have changed a bit now, and Julie takes some time out to reflect on her career for Metal as Fuck