A while back, we told the story of Minor Crisis, a reformation of innate hype. It was ex-members of The Chariot and Zao, poised to take on the world with a new sludgy, trance, electronic dance creation. Now, they’re releasing Temple, and the first single, “Stomp the Page,” is a very accurate portrayal of the band’s ultimate mash-up of analog and digital. Check it out, and let us know what you think of the new sound.
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Often referred to as “unblack” in the Christian world, it can be difficult to find your way around when you're first getting started with the genre. We're here to help. Already a fan? Great: We're here to take you deeper. These are the best faith-based black metal artists to listen to right now.Full Feature More from A Hill To Die Upon