Discussing trolls, spaceships and Britney Spears in a Lord of the Rings-themed pub.
Ten years on, we revisit a modern hardcore landmark.
Ahead of their new album, we revisit this interview with Tomb Mold from last year.
Music as therapy from Austria’s TripSitter.
Four days of metal madness in Holland reviewed.
We’ve burrowed deep into the tortured cries and thunderous fuzz to bring you the best and most unfathomably intense sludge out there.
Beyond Fantoft: Why Those Conflating Black Metal with Church Burnings are Oversimplifying a Complex Issue
It’s easier to pick on music than address the very real issues plaguing the world…
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
Canadian trio Big|Brave unleash their fourth monstrous full-length of intense, noise-laden drone rock.
The ten acts we’re most excited to catch at this year’s Desertfest London.
It’s mathcore, it’s grind, it’s sludge, it’s d-beat and it’s hardcore, but most of all it’s a rollicking good time.
“Long live deathcore” – the words soon to be inscribed on our tombstone.
A bewitching album built on the foundations of good songwriting, otherworldly vocals, loose grooves and a fuzz dial turned up to eleven, Tårn is well worth any doom fans’ time.
Yus proves that Sleepwalker are one of the most ambitious, visionary, genre-defying acts within metal.
Softer and stranger: we review the new LP from psych-sludgers Helms Alee.
After this one we give you ten minutes until you’re looking blankly at the wall eating your own faecal matter.