Deafheaven will dominate the headlines, but there’s a whole host of other new LPs that also deserve your attention.
A tribute to some of our favourite bands that unfortunately couldn’t stick around.
“What could be more black metal than breaking black metal rules?”
One-fifth of Admiral Angry looks back on the band’s short-lived career.
We’re teaming up with Blackened Death Records for the physical release of some kickass feminist grindcore.
Merging the grindcore of Pig Destroyer and Famine with the noise rock of acts such as Shellac and The Jesus Lizard, Herd Mover’s unrelenting flurry is intentionally demanding yet direct and very much to the point.
Check out a brand new track from Kosmogyr’s ambitious new remix album, alongside an in-depth interview with the duo.
Whoever said drugs and music don’t mix?
Vein, Khemmis, Death Grips and many more feature in our latest reviews round-up.
Name says it all really.
“We should just savour the weirdness of a man dressed like a ghost who desperately wants to spend his life in a gulag.”
Monolord discuss Rust, Radiohead and touring.
Panzer Division Alt-Right.
The Edinburgh bruisers on guarded metal fans, Scottish music scenes, and the band’s future plans.
Body Void discuss how they tackle their struggles with mental illness and gender dysphoria through colossal sludge.
Wardruna’s Einar Selvik talks Viking theatre, respecting other cultures, and the misuse of history and tradition.