Look hard, and fleeting moments of clarity can be found amid the plethora of experimentation.
An enthralling work of post rock, full of peaks and troughs of varying emotions.
A monolithic dose of atmospheric sludge.
Boundaries and sonic textures are pushed further outwards on this mesmerising split release.
A rich tapestry of immersive instrumental post-metal.
The latest release from the Swedish veterans cements their newfound status as one of the greatest names in modern prog.
The duo’s work re-imagined through the eyes of others.
A biting debut packed with angular, biting hardcore.
Russian Circles on Blood Year, writing heavier material, and how they may shake things up going forward.
Patient song structures and atmospheric depths result in a refreshingly bold debut album.
A blackgaze debut from Russia, saturated in both pain and euphoria.
London thrash merchants drag us gloriously into the abyss.
The Swedish masters deliver their most introspective and powerful album to date.
Droning, draining noise and hallucinatory visuals from the Caledonian capital.
Cold industrial soundscapes merge with stirring vocals to startling effect.
Bristol’s hard-rocking OGs are back.