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.
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.
Ba’al return with a new vocalist and a broad set of influences on their mesmerising new EP.
The Dutch blackgaze innovators are given the reissue treatment as their first two EPs I and II are re-released as one package for the first time.
Four days of metal madness in Holland reviewed.
Beyond Fantoft: Why Those Conflating Black Metal with Church Burnings are Oversimplifying a Complex Issue
It’s easier to pick on music than address the very real issues plaguing the world…
Yus proves that Sleepwalker are one of the most ambitious, visionary, genre-defying acts within metal.
A gallery of images that go some way to capture the intensity of Seek & Destroy fest 2019.
Mono – Nowhere Now Here The term ‘post-metal’ was once synonymous with the term ‘experimental metal’, but in the few decades since its inception it has become evermore like a […]
Feminist black metal through a Tolkienistic lens? What’s not to like.
Eager to find out more about Antre’s new album, we had a chat with the band to get the lowdown.
Astral Noize Record’s latest recruit introduce us to the inspirations that shape their sound.
Heading to Dreadfest? Check out this list of the names you definitely should be planning on seeing.
Ill In Pain’s debut EP, Serve, rapidly delivers an extremely visceral uniting of hardcore-punk, black metal and grind.