A tribute to a man who went from pop heartthrob to experimental auteur.
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Horna may claim to take an apolitical stance, but their actions suggest otherwise.
Feminist black metal through a Tolkienistic lens? What’s not to like.
A deeper look at Manchester collective Pijn and their debut album before they head to Roadburn.
Eager to find out more about Antre’s new album, we had a chat with the band to get the lowdown.
Dream Theater step out from under the Portnoy shadow with a more direct offering than The Astonishing.
Astral Noize Record’s latest recruit introduce us to the inspirations that shape their sound.
This week we look at Nunavut’s Tanya Tagaq, a truly avant-garde musician.
The first instalment of our brand new recurring feature on our favourite labels.
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Ill In Pain’s debut EP, Serve, rapidly delivers an extremely visceral uniting of hardcore-punk, black metal and grind.
From huge names to underground talents, our latest round-up gives you the lowdown on the best new noise.
Canada’s Minors on the cathartic nature of their music and the struggles of their local metal scene.
Fuck The Facts exemplify how grind is the spirit of protest.
Holy Roar singer-songwriter A.A. Williams discussed her debut EP.