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Emma Ruth Rundle’s Return To Hell

There’s an instinct among some music listeners today, it seems, to memeify pain; to make it diminutive, consumable, palatable. When faced with an artist’s misery or abjection, we tend to turn it into something glib, describing it as something like “sad girl music” or “sad boy music.” But to listen to Emma Ruth Rundle is to face not only total openhearted honesty but unwincing, unsolvable, unmemeable anguish. It’s a rare and life-savingly relatable perspective for anyone simply trying to survive ...
Tags: Music, Q&a, New Music, Emma Ruth Rundle


Chelsea Wolfe – “Green Altar” & “Woodstock” (Joni Mitchell Cover)

Just over two years ago, Chelsea Wolfe released her most recent album, Birth Of Violence. She’s popped up several times since, with the new project Mrs. Piss, a team-up with Emma Ruth Rundle, and most recently with “Diana,” from a soundtrack for DC Comics. Today, she’s returned once more with two outtakes from the Birth Of Violence sessions.
Tags: Music, Diana, Joni Mitchell, Chelsea Wolfe, Woodstock, New Music, Emma Ruth Rundle, DC Comics Today


Emma Ruth Rundle – “Return”

Last year, the dark and metal-adjacent Louisville singer-songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle teamed up with Louisiana sludge titans Thou to release the collaborative album May Our Chambers Be Full, and it ruled so hard. Thus far in 2021, Rundle and Thou released the follow-up EP The Helm Of Sorrow, and Rundle also collaborated with Chelsea Wolfe on the single “Anhedonia.” But now, Rundle is getting back to making music on her own. She’s just announced that she’ll release a new album called Engine Of Hel...
Tags: Music, Louisiana, Louisville, Chelsea Wolfe, Deafheaven, New Music, Rundle, George Clarke, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


Chelsea Wolfe and Emma Ruth Rundle collaborate on "Anhedonia"

Any fans of dark, gloomy popular music are likely familiar with the bewitching talents of Chelsea Wolfe and Emma Ruth Rundle. Given the fact that these two singer-songwriter-musicians share much of the same sonic DNA (and the same label, Sargent House), fans of the two have long dreamed of a collaboration. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Chelsea Wolfe, Sargent House, Emma Ruth Rundle, Gloomy poetry, Dark Folk


Heavy metal bandmembers join up for "bedroom covers"

The heavy metal talk snow, Two Minutes to Late Night, has been doing a series of social isolation covers featuring members of Gwar, Deafheaven, Mastodon, Tool, Primus, Type 0 Negative, The Distillers, High on Fire, Emma Ruth Rundle, and many more. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Heavy Metal, News, Covers, Social Isolation, Emma Ruth Rundle, Shut In Sounds, Gwar Deafheaven Mastodon Tool Primus Type, Distillers High


Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou – “Hollywood”


Tags: Music, Hollywood, New Music, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle




Stream Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou’s Towering Collaborative Album May Our Chambers Be Full

One of this year's great fall albums has arrived. Emma Ruth Rundle, the Louisville-based musician who specializes in a heavy and gothic form of singer-songwriter music, has teamed up with Thou, the Louisiana sludge-metal titans, to make a full-length collaborative LP. The two artists make for a stunning combination, and their new album May Our … More »
Tags: Music, Louisiana, Louisville, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Fleet Foxes, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Oneohtrix Point Never, SAULT, Thou, Caroline Polachek, Emma Ruth Rundle


Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou – “The Valley”

Last month, we found out that Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou had teamed up for a new full-length called May Our Chambers Be Full, the latest in a Sacred Bones pairings that have spawned collaborations between Uniform and the Body and Marissa Nadler and Stephen Brodsky already. We got one track … More »
Tags: Music, Stephen Brodsky, Marissa Nadler, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


Thou – “Them Bones” (Alice In Chains Cover)

Right now, the Louisiana sludge overlords Thou are on a crazy run. Right now, Thou are getting ready to release May Our Chambers Be Full, a collaborative album with Emma Ruth Rundle. Judging by first single "Ancestral Recall," this thing should absolutely rule. And Thou have also remained busy covering other people's music. More »
Tags: Music, Louisiana, Alice In Chains, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
Tags: Music, Father John Misty, Metz, Carly Rae Jepsen, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Tomberlin, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou – “Ancestral Recall”

Well, here's one hell of a collaboration: Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou have an album coming out together. It's called May Our Chambers Be Full, and it's out in October. The album is the latest in Sacred Bones’ Alliance Series, an ongoing collection of collaborative releases that has also yielded team-ups between Uniform … More »
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Emma Ruth Rundle – “Staying Power”

The Louisville musician Emma Ruth Rundle makes dark, heavy, beautiful music that doesn't quite conform to any one particular genre. She's probably closer to goth or folk than she is to metal, but she's still plenty comfortable operating within the metal world. Last month, Rundle, for instance, teamed up with members of bands like Mastodon, … More »
Tags: Music, Louisville, Rundle, Emma Ruth Rundle


Watch Emma Ruth Rundle Cover Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” With Mastodon, YOB, Old Man Gloom Members

Two Minutes To Late Night is back with another all-star metal cover. Hosted by Jordan Olds as "Gwarsenio Hall" and affiliated with the Brooklyn venue Saint Vitus, the series has been getting one-off bands together for some pretty fun covers during quarantine. A couple months back there was a "Weird Al" Yankovic rendition, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Brooklyn, Kate Bush, Mastodon, Al Yankovic, Yob, Emma Ruth Rundle, Gwarsenio Hall, Old Man Gloom, Jordan Olds, Emma Ruth Rundle Cover Kate Bush


CULT OF LUNA, INTRONAUT & EMMA RUTH RUNDLE Announce North American Tour

What a tour! The post CULT OF LUNA, INTRONAUT & EMMA RUTH RUNDLE Announce North American Tour appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Tour Dates, Intronaut, Cult Of Luna, Emma Ruth Rundle


The Cure tops new Pasadena Daydream Festival next to the Rose Bowl

For fans of The Cure, Pasadena will be just like heaven this August. The British alternative rock band will headline the new Pasadena Daydream Festival on Saturday, Aug. 31. The new event, which is curated by The Cure, including frontman Robert Smith, will also include Pixies, Deftones, Mogwai, Throwing Muses, The Joy Formidable, Chelsea Wolfe, The Twilight Sad, Emma Ruth Rundle and Kælan Mikla. Sign up for our Festival Pass newsletter. Whether you are a Coachella lifer or prefer to watch from ...
Tags: London, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Park, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Holland, Coachella, Pasadena, Smith, Hyde Park, Interpol, Rose Bowl


The Cure Announce Pasadena Daydream Festival

The Cure will headline the Pasadena Daydream Festival, fronting a lineup that they also curated which includes performances by Pixies, Deftones, Mogwai, Throwing Muses, the Joy Formidable, Chelsea Wolfe, the Twilight Sad, Emma Ruth Rundle, and Kælan Mikla. It'll take place on 8/31 at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles. The band's Robert Smith More »
Tags: Music, News, Los Angeles, The Cure, Rose Bowl, Chelsea Wolfe, Robert Smith, Emma Ruth Rundle, KÆLAN MIKLA


The Story Behind Every Song On Strand Of Oaks’ New Album Eraserland

Today, Tim Showalter returns with Eraserland, his sixth album as Strand Of Oaks. It almost didn't happen. As the touring behind 2017's Hard Love was coming to a close, Showalter found himself defeated. After the wild journey from his 2014 breakthrough HEAL to its follow-up, something didn't click. Unsatisfied with his … More »
Tags: Music, Interview, My Morning Jacket, Strand Of Oaks, Jason Isbell, Showalter, Emma Ruth Rundle, Tim Showalter, Footnotes


THOU & EMMA RUTH RUNDLE Announce U.S. Tour

Thou doesn't just put out several records per year. They also tour sometimes. The post THOU & EMMA RUTH RUNDLE Announce U.S. Tour appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Tour Dates, Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle


Strand Of Oaks – “Weird Ways” Video

Just under two years ago, Tim Showalter released Hard Love, his fifth album under the Strand Of Oaks moniker. It was the successor to his 2014 breakthrough HEAL, and as such came with a lot of pressure, the weight of following up your most acclaimed and scrutinized career turning point yet. The years … More »
Tags: Video, Music, My Morning Jacket, Strand Of Oaks, Jason Isbell, Carl Broemel, Emma Ruth Rundle, Tim Showalter, David Boone


Daniel Cordova's Top 15 Albums of 2018

Greetings folks, and welcome to another year-end list from the Weekly Injection guy. These are the albums that I either... The post Daniel Cordova's Top 15 Albums of 2018 appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Janelle Monae, Rivers Of Nihil, Clutch, Between The Buried And Me, The Ocean, Behemoth, Azusa, Haken, Coheed and Cambria, Oceans Of Slumber, Emma Ruth Rundle, Zeal & Ardor, Rolo Tomassi, Best of 2018, Sarah Longfield


MUTOID MAN Cover LED ZEPPELIN On Latest Episode of Two Minutes To Late Night

Two Minutes To Late Night, featuring Mutoid Man, Emma Ruth Rundle, The post MUTOID MAN Cover LED ZEPPELIN On Latest Episode of Two Minutes To Late Night appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Mutoid Man, Zeppelin, Emma Ruth Rundle, Two Minutes To Late Night


This Week's Interesting Music Releases - September 14, 2018

This week's two standout releases are Emma Ruth Rundle's On Dark Horses and Low's Double Negative. Vinyl reissues include albums by Flaming Lips, Mogwai, Robert Pollard, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Sparklehorse, and Tom Waits. This week's interesting music releases: Alejandro Escovedo: The Crossing Ann Wilson: Immortal Aphex Twin: Collapse Asleep at the Wheel: New Routes Bettye LaVette: The 1972 Muscle Shoals Sessions [vinyl] Blitzen Trapper: Furr - 10th Anniversary Edition (remastered and ...
Tags: Music, Tom Waits, David, Sparklehorse, Willie Nelson, Carrie Underwood, Madonna, Richard Thompson, Mogwai, Paul Weller, Robert Pollard, Gary Louris, Tom, Furr, Yo Yo Ma, Alejandro Escovedo


THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From DEICIDE, THRICE, and More Out Today - 9/14

This edition seems to include more atmospheric rock than normal, pissed off Floridians, some desert jams, and more! To the metals... The post THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From DEICIDE, THRICE, and More Out Today - 9/14 appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Conan, Weekly Injection, Bosse De Nage, Deicide, Emma Ruth Rundle, Brant Bjork, Thrice, Future Usses, Crippled Black Pheonix


Emma Ruth Rundle – “Darkhorse”

"Fever Dreams," the lead single from Emma Ruth Rundle's new album On Dark Horses, was so good that we put it on our list of the week's best songs. Today the towering rock balladeer is back with that album's quasi-title track, "Darkhorse." … More »
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

The week in headlines: Drake's New Album Scorpion Is So Fucking Long, Beavis And Butt-Head Make Fun Of Portugal. The Man, We Tried To Edit Kanye's Wyoming Albums Into Cruel Summer 2, Gabriela Met Hayley Williams, Katie Crutchfield Wrote An Essay About Lucinda Williams For Us. All the regular news … More »
Tags: Music, Wyoming, Portugal, Drake, Kanye, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Mitski, Lucinda Williams, Teyana Taylor, Slothrust, Dilly Dally, Emma Ruth Rundle, Gabriela Met Hayley Williams Katie Crutchfield


Emma Ruth Rundle – “Fever Dreams”

Emma Ruth Rundle writes shadowy, slow-burning goth-folk that holds the capacity to both devastate and invigorate. The Louisville-based singer's last album, Marked For Death, was mesmerizing -- filled with atmospheric, emotive melodies cut by bursts of dark energy. The last we heard from the Marriages and Red Sparrowes member was the benefit track, "More »
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Album Review: Dylan Carlson, “Conquistador”

I know it’s utterly blasphemous to suggest in underground circles, but my first point of entry when listening to Dylan Carlson’s new “Conquistador,” the title track to a series of brain-melting epics for distorted guitar, was not Herzog’s Aguirre but Neil Young. Not the commercial Young, mind you, or he of the Crosby, Stills & Nash association, but the Young of Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man. On the Dead Man score, Young eschewed melody and hooks for an exploration of a distorted guitar’s textures, und...
Tags: Music, Earth, Drone, Neil Young, Heat, Jim Jarmusch, Guitar, Young, Kurt Cobain, Album Reviews, Herzog, Nash, Carlson, Dead Man, Cobain, Dylan Carlson


Review: Dylan Carlson – “Conquistador”

I know it’s utterly blasphemous to suggest in underground circles, but my first point of entry when listening to Dylan Carlson’s new “Conquistador,” the title track to a series of brain-melting epics for distorted guitar, was not Herzog’s Aguirre but Neil Young. Not the commercial Young, mind you, or he of the Crosby, Stills & Nash association, but the Young of Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man. On the Dead Man score, Young eschewed melody and hooks for an exploration of a distorted guitar’s textures, und...
Tags: Music, Earth, Drone, Neil Young, Heat, Jim Jarmusch, Guitar, Young, Kurt Cobain, Cd Reviews, Herzog, Nash, Carlson, Dead Man, Cobain, Dylan Carlson