Today we’re ignoring the news by reflecting on the debut album from the only Boris worth talking about.
Many find noise and drone too dull, so what’s the appeal? We posed that question to newcomers Catafalque.
Discussing hardcore, Magic The Gathering and Bloodborne with Minneapolis trio Grogus.
Beyond the many platitudes spoken about mental health awareness, to hear the limitless despair that characterises these diseases twisted into creative energy is as impressive as it is morbidly refreshing.
Portent may just prove the most ambitious USBM release of 2019, but we’d also put money on it being the best.
A lost gem resurfaces courtesy of Caïna and The Dropa Collective.
Apoptosis – the natural death of cells which occurs as part of an organism’s growth or development. How apt. It’s not often an album blasts off with some of the most […]
Be among the first to hear a transcendental new track from Ashbringer.
Two names from the Aussie heavy music scene come together for this new split.
Melodeath meets sludge meets black’n’roll in the music of these Scouse oddballs
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.
Virulent and corrosive concoctions from the modern kings of extremity.
Extreme times call for extreme reactions…
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.
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.