Voices’ Sam Loynes discloses details about their colossal new LP, Frightened.
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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.
Italian four-piece Messa talk us through their unique blend of doom and jazz.
An exclusive stream of the new BOE album, complete with an in-depth interview.
On 4/20, doom dominates our first reviews roundup, which includes some surprise releases from familiar faces.
The term “instrumental” seems to throw some people off, so here’s a list of bands you should check out to fix your perception.
New Orleans sludge meets the industrial confines of Manchester with Mancunian quartet Nomad.
They’re one of the most influential bands in the history of grunge and sludge, so why does no one seem to care about the Melvins?
Monaco bizarros Hardcore Anal Hydrogen walk us through their fucked-up strain of metal.
Slomatics’ David Majury gives us more details about their split with MWWB, as well as what’s in store for the band’s future.
Parisian brothers WuW tell us more about their doomy brand of experimental music.
A double album that’s half black metal, half folk, Panopticon’s latest may just be Austin Lunn’s most ambitious endeavour yet.