NORTHLESS - Last Bastion of Cowardice - Out Now!

Last Bastion of Cowardice is out now on Halo of Flies / Gilead Media!

Milwaukee Record Interviews Erik and thinks Last Bastion of Cowardice is pretty good

The fine folks at the Milwaukee Record interviewed Erik about the making of Last Bastion of Cowardice and liking death metal.

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We also made their list of the top 25 Milwaukee releases for 2017! 

Metal Injection stream and interview

Metal Injection interviewed Erik about his project and is streaming the album here.

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Ultimately, what Northless creates is a dynamic and captivating record that wonderfully captures the misery and strife that accompanies life. This is no easy task of course but musicians like Stenglein are incredibly adept at seizing the tropes of humanity.

Last Bastion of Cowardice is Meat Mead Metal's pick of the week!

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[Northless] adds new wrinkles to their style, with more melody, different shades of darkness, and an expanded style that makes them more well-rounded and heavier.

Heavy Blog is Heavy reviews Last Bastion of Cowardice

Many thanks to Heavy Blog is Heavy for the kind words!

This is truly menacing stuff: from the ripping opening moments on “The Origin of Flames” to the epic, anguished finale of “Rotting Days,” Northless sounds like a band on a mission of terror with their sights set on targets both internal as well as external. Never a band to shy away from the inherent anger in their sound, Northless seem almost resigned to despair now.

Invisible Oranges Premieres Never Turn Your Back On The Dead

We're pleased to announce a new track from Last Bastion of Cowardice, premiering today on Invisible Oranges. has become increasingly obvious that current events have made this band… give up on humanity. Four years after World Keeps Sinking, Northless has evolved from monstrous anger to complete despair.

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Echoes and Dust reviews Cold Migration

Our pal Russell Emerson Hall had some nice things to say about Cold Migration over at Echoes and Dust.

Not only does Cold Migration mirror the depravity of the human experience, but it somehow seems to expose the desperation and futility of modern existence.

CVLT Nation Premieres the title track from Cold Migration

Many thanks to CVLT Nation for the kind words and for premiering this song!

I find so much solace in the delivery of this song – everything about it resonates with me. After listening to the full record, I realized that anyone that sees this band live must be in for an awesome live experience.

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