Zombie Dust pickups have carved a reputation as the go-to company for guitarists and bassists looking for that extra bit of performance and tone not readily available from industry standard […]
Pre-abrahamic belief systems have, over the past 30 years, been the subject of some considerable attention from within the extreme metal scene. Ever since Bathory’s embrace of The Eternal Fire […]
More consistently intense than its forbearer, Bork is Mastiff’s most accomplished release thus far, and the truest representation of their miserable style.
With stoner rockers Monster Magnet releasing reissues of two of their early releases, today is undoubtedly a day to celebrate their back catalogue.
Whilst obfuscation and internet-based escapism are part and parcel of Russia’s forward thinking club scene, so too, is a strong spiritual ethos. Russian collective CELES7E – who have spent 2017 pushing […]
Morbid Evils are not brooding post-metallers or experimental doomsters tinkering with notions of subtlety and slow-building tracks – they’re gut-punching metal heavyweights exploring every sonic definition of hatred.
Having burst into the fore with last year’s stellar Balaklava, Bristol experimentalist Pessimist has further developed his fusion of jungle and techno with his self-titled debut full length on Blackest Ever […]
As Neurosis’ second album gets a reissue, we take a look at its importance in their musical progression.
We caught up with the bird stomping collective to talk black metal, political indifference, and of course, Buckfast.
If calling their debut album Prologue isn’t an indication that Poseidon are a band with big plans, then maybe their ambitious doom metal centred around a multi-stranded sci-fi narrative is.
With King Goat promising a busy and exciting year in 2018, we spoke to them about the themes found in their music, the origins of their progressive sound, the Brighton metal scene and more.
With four years of experience under his belt, Dean Lloyd Robinson – the tortured genius behind KnifedOutOfExistence – is one of the UK noise scene’s most distinctive propositions. Comfortable playing […]
So often are metal acts defined as “crazy” or “frenzied” that such descriptions often mean little in the grand scope of the genre, but if one band are deserving of such titles, it’s Pyrrhon.
Whilst synths and artificial programming are increasingly developing a healthy partnership with droning extremity, it’s still a rare thing that bands utilize these as primary instruments. Boobs Of DOOM, hailing […]
Enthralled by the new LP, we spoke to Dvne about its grand concepts, the influence of Japanese animation, and the importance of standing out in modern metal.
We caught up with Herd Mover’s Jake Burgess (Guitars) to discuss the band’s origins, obscure covers, and politely getting rid of the notion of genre.