Metal’s origins go much deeper than the handful of bands credited as being a pioneer of the genre.
From trippy sludge and avant-garde death metal to laid-back “flower doom”, it’s been a good two weeks of music.
Recorded in a haunted cabin, Louise Lemón’s latest is another new take on the death-gospel genre.
Disregarding question marks over personal taste and originality, there is an ironclad reasoning why Ghost are a modern hard rock treasure.
The Body’s Lee Bufford helps us take a deeper insight into the duo’s latest LP.
The man behind the noisepicking gives us a rundown of the duo’s debut album.
Gibson may be dying on its feet, but that doesn’t mean the guitar, or rock, is.
Mind-melting and utterly unique, Inhumankind’s avant-garde compositions are a work of art.
“You need to listen to ‘Free Will’…” came the response from my friend Max after enquiring if I’d ever listened to Thou. Having exhausted myself to the point of boredom […]
A colossal round-up of the best forward-thinking, noisy music the industry has to offer.
Wretched and oozing in a pit of blackened tar, Abjection Ritual’s latest is the pinnacle of filthy extreme metal.
Voices’ Sam Loynes discloses details about their colossal new LP, Frightened.
Twenty years on, we revisit a ’90s death metal classic.
Brighton experimentalists Aerosol Jesus talk us through their bleak debut EP, out now through Astral Noize.
Candlemass meets prog in the epic doom stylings of King Goat, we spoke to the band to find out more about their second LP.
Even as the UK doom scene’s most eccentric act,
Boss Keloid’s third LP is as adventurous an album as they come.