Impressive debut EP from promising instrumental post-metallers.
A riff laden journey through the nine circles of hell.
Hear the album that one blog referred to as “auditory vomit”.
Denver filthmongers Primitive Man prove they’re as effective at noise as they are sludge.
Some men just wanna watch the burn; Mantar are among them.
Daughter’s Alexis S.F. Marshall talks about maturing musically and defying expectations.
We documented Pagan on their recent UK tour.
Something dark and primal has emerged from the unforgiving winters of southern Chile.
Eight years since their last release the band have produced an emotionally fitting tribute to their late band-mate Caleb Scofield.
The horrific realities of WWI are brought vividly to life here via the medium of blackened death metal .
A heady and heavy mix of punk and sludge to grab you by the neck.
The second album from Finland’s Kval is a beautifully textured slice of atmospheric black metal with shades of light amongst the foreboding darkness.
When a band is this good at pissing off bigots, it’s hard not to love ‘em.
We chat to the man behind a new blog dedicated to anti-fascist neofolk.
Intricate instrumentation and a foreboding atmosphere makes the sophomore album from Dutch one-man black metal outfit Verwoed a truly rewarding listen.
A genuinely off-centre, engagingly indulgent experience.