Mae Shults’ fourth album of the year is both brutal and poignant.
An exclusive stream of the sludge outfit’s stunning new live recording.
Fifteen musicians recording a krautrock epic during a pandemic, what could go wrong?
An eccentric cover of a stoner metal classic.
A doomy new track walking the line between beauty and devastation.
Boisterous, unruly sludge that pays tribute to the genre’s more humorous side.
Hear the stunning new track from ambient project MELVL.
Sludgy grindcore and harsh noise thrown into an intense melting pot.
Frenzied mathcore out of Italy.
Industrial sludge from the Steel City.