Les Makepeace opens up about the challenging events that have influenced the writing of the upcoming Kalloused album,
Cult Of Luna’s Johannes Persson on the band’s fresh new approach, being considered pioneers and the time they almost broke up.
Photo Gallery: Weedeater, ASG, Trippy Wicked and the Cosmic Children of the Night at The Dome London.
A visual feast of Weedeater’s gig at The Dome, London in July.
We investigate a moral question that may have no right or wrong answer…
This piece was originally featured in our fourth issue, available here When looking back on the blossoming death metal scene of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, and indeed its global impact, […]
What do Bloodborne and leftist politics have in common? Let death metal outfit Putrscrine enlighten you…
We delve deep into the dark but ambitious concepts of the latest Necronautical album.
Sludge, EDM and more sludge from a few of the world’s best purveyors of slow ‘n’ heavy.
Guaranteed riffs, doom, stoner rock, psychedelia, riffs, sweat, beers and riffs from End Of The World fest 2019.
A deeper dive into one of the people behind London collective Hominid Sounds
We’re thrilled to bring you an exclusive premiere from brand new Manchester collective Agvirre.
A look at the nature influences on Tilde’s brand new EP.
Revisit a feature from our previous print issue, where we talk to UK rockers Vodun.
Following on from our piece on Brexit and how it could affect UK metal, we spoke to a handful of people from the scene to find out their thoughts and how leaving the EU could affect them going forward.
A detailed look at how Brexit could impact the UK metal scene.
To revive work of which we’re proud and which many of newer readers will never have seen, we’ve decided to revamp and reprint Astral Noize Issue One.