The third instalment of The Local Fuzz brings together an impressive roster of UK doom, from big names to up-and-comers.
UK doomsters Garganjua combine the heavy with a raw emotive power on their sophomore album.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Prurient, Rainbow Mirror proves another immersive listen from the project.
Leeds trio BongCauldron have crafted a distinct style yet managed to stay true to their doomy vision, birthing one hell of a debut LP in the process.
King Goat’s all-dayer was an onslaught of noisy riffs, check out our review of the day.
If Sect’s first album was a group of seasoned prize fights shaking off ring-rustiness, No Cure For Death is a gang of hardcore punk veterans, fighting fit and ready to take brass knuckles to the resurgent evils of the post-Trumpian world.
Ulver have achieved a spectacular live show worth the price of attendance, which is more than can be said for the majority of bands.
Man Is Wolf To Man is a poignant masterpiece to those with the patience (and spare time) to delve into its expansive sound.
The latest instalment in the Leccy Wiz saga sees the band’s signature fuzz take a step back, allowing its riffs to take centre stage.
It’s almost unheard of for a band to release a masterpiece so late into their career but somehow Godflesh have achieved just that.