Lingua Ignota

The Latest Lingua Ignota News, Video, Interviews and Features

The News Lingua Ignota shares "stark, desolate" single, PERPETUAL FLAME OF CENTRALIA

Watch the video for PERPETUAL FLAME OF CENTRALIA, a new Lingua Ignota collaboration with fashion designer Ashley Rose Couture.

The News Lingua Ignota announces new album SINNER GET READY; unveils lead single PENNSYLVANIA FURNACE

Watch the video for PENNSYLVANIA FURNACE, the stunning first single to be taken from Lingua Ignota’s upcoming album SINNER GET READY.

Features 14 of the most terrifying songs that aren’t metal

Here are 14 songs that are as frightening as any death metal track.

The News Krzysztof Penderecki, Atonal Composer Who Influenced Some Of Rock's Heaviest Artists, Dead at 86

Farewell to the man who influenced everyone from Jimmy Page to Lingua Ignota to Stanley Kubrick…

Features 11 underground metal covers of well-known songs you need to hear

Settle in and soak up these fascinating reinterpretations of well-known songs by a host of underground artists…

The News BABYMETAL: SU-METAL And MOAMETAL Return For Album Number Three

Order our limited edition bundle of the issue with a special cover and a lithograph A2 poster now!

Features The 21 Hottest Live Bands On Earth Right Now

These are the greatest bands performing live right now. Catch them while you can!

The News Green Day: Billie Joe, Mike And Tré Reveal All About Their New Album

Plus, Don Broco, Slipknot, Sleeping With Sirens, Life Of Agony, LINGUA IGNOTA, Sum 41, Of Mice & Men and loads more!

The News Full Of Hell And Lingua Ignota Announced As Roadburn 2020 Artists In Residence

Full Of Hell and Lingua Ignota to perform a series of special sets at Roadburn 2020

Reviews Album Review: Lingua Ignota – Caligula

Lingua Ignota brings stunning discord and unsettling vibes on second album, Caligula…

Features My Sweet Revenge: How Lingua Ignota Is Transforming The Horrors Of Abuse Into Art

Lingua Ignota is a project borne from pain and suffering. We talk to its creator Kristin Hayter about its origins plus its impact on herself and the alternative scene