A new monthly column, wherein we blindly check out releases from the “new arrivals” section of Bandcamp.
Why simply review Magus when you can review the entire Thou back catalouge?
Brexit, Jerry Cantrell, and the Tower of London: A Track-by-Track Look at Allfather’s Fiery New Album
Heavy fucking metal and hard-hitting political lyrics collide on Allfather’s latest LP.
Featuring crushing hardcore, swamp metal, death-doom, NWOBHM, black metal and more.
They’re known for some of the most revered material in the history of metal, but they can’t all be winners.
Dan Jackson talks donating to charity, DIY metal and black metal politics.
Pijn’s Joe Clayton on the ins and outs of running a studio.
We sit down with Mancunian grind-mongers Leeched for a chat about their upcoming LP.
Yith talk Lovecraft, medieval music and environmentalism.
“After all, who’s more terrifying – The UK Conservatives or Sauron???”
Black metal that swaps snow-swept forests for the mountains, foothills and desert plains of Colorado.
Yet more proof that no one way of utilising a kick-ass riff is superior.
An in-depth dive into the world of Cleveland bruisers Pillärs.
Dark witch doom duo BlackLab talk us through their fuzzy, multi-faceted strain of heavy metal.
The duo behind Connect Nothing With Nothing are maintaining Margate’s musical history with DIY gigs.
“I don’t know what to say to somebody who’s seen what happened in Charlottesville and still walks around in public with some Nazi eagle shit on their back, except ‘go fuck yourself.'”