The horrific realities of WWI are brought vividly to life here via the medium of blackened death metal .
The second album from Finland’s Kval is a beautifully textured slice of atmospheric black metal with shades of light amongst the foreboding darkness.
When a band is this good at pissing off bigots, it’s hard not to love ‘em.
Intricate instrumentation and a foreboding atmosphere makes the sophomore album from Dutch one-man black metal outfit Verwoed a truly rewarding listen.
A genuinely off-centre, engagingly indulgent experience.
Northern Ireland’s Slomatics look to develop their sound with eight tracks of pure riff-filled heaviness.
Ba’al return with a new vocalist and a broad set of influences on their mesmerising new EP.
Doom merchants Aseethe return with an urgent and impassioned album that takes aim at the far right.
The Dutch blackgaze innovators are given the reissue treatment as their first two EPs I and II are re-released as one package for the first time.
An exclusive stream of a new track from Italian black metal innovators Hornwood Fell.
Virulent and corrosive concoctions from the modern kings of extremity.
Be one of the first to hear new music from this transcendental new split release.
A gallery of images from a special, intimate show with Amenra and A.A. Williams.
Whilst many of the genre’s older names continue to pump out mediocre albums as if stuck on autopilot, Possessed have resurfaced to show that they’re considered pioneers for a reason.
Extreme times call for extreme reactions…
A chat with Slow Crush about effects, touring the States and how refugees are misrepresented in society.