Freak-folk and black metal, together at last.
Kez Whelan’s take on one of the most legendary names in extreme metal history.
For fans of metal that’s deliberate, bleak and all-consuming, Groundswells is simply a must-hear.
The London innovators’ latest album proves their immense songwriting ability.
The first in a new series in which our writers confess to a gap in their musical knowledge…
Twin Cities doom dealing with some big questions.
Breathtaking new EP from experimental maestro Uboa.
A labyrinthine and challenging LP, clearly written by a duo for whom commercial appeal isn’t a consideration.
If you’re unfamiliar with any of these names, check them out, as you should have been hearing about them after their sets this week anyway.
The harsh soundscapes of Chicago-based project Whitephosphorous are as callous and pitiless as the government they take aim at.