Something dark and primal has emerged from the unforgiving winters of southern Chile.
Review: Cave In – Final Transmission
Eight years since their last release the band have produced an emotionally fitting tribute to their late band-mate Caleb Scofield.
Review: 1914 – The Blind Leading The Blind
The horrific realities of WWI are brought vividly to life here via the medium of blackened death metal .
Review: The Progerians – Crush The Wise Men Who Will Not Submit
A heady and heavy mix of punk and sludge to grab you by the neck.
Review: Kval – Laho
The second album from Finland’s Kval is a beautifully textured slice of atmospheric black metal with shades of light amongst the foreboding darkness.
Review: Verwoed – De Val
Intricate instrumentation and a foreboding atmosphere makes the sophomore album from Dutch one-man black metal outfit Verwoed a truly rewarding listen.
Review: Slomatics –Canyons
Northern Ireland’s Slomatics look to develop their sound with eight tracks of pure riff-filled heaviness.
Review: Ba’al – Reverence
Ba’al return with a new vocalist and a broad set of influences on their mesmerising new EP.
Review: Aseethe – Throes
Doom merchants Aseethe return with an urgent and impassioned album that takes aim at the far right.