Genre-hopping metallers prove the exhilarating potential of their new material.
Manuel Gagneux displays his songwriting skill on stunning sophomore LP.
A colossal round-up of the best forward-thinking, noisy music the industry has to offer.
Brighton experimentalists Aerosol Jesus talk us through their bleak debut EP, out now through Astral Noize.
A double album that’s half black metal, half folk, Panopticon’s latest may just be Austin Lunn’s most ambitious endeavour yet.
Black metal is a genre often characterised by its brutal simplicity, but in the hands of these artists, it’s so much more.
Primordial’s past efforts have put them above their contemporaries, but does their ninth LP continue the trend?
The second album from Parisian duo Ddent proves even more expansive than their first.
Agrimonia flaunt their stellar song-crafting ability and inherent progressive capabilities on latest LP Awaken.
Accompanied by a short story, Vile Creature’s latest LP promotes anti-oppression through colossal doom and political allegory.
A playlist of indigenous bands supporting the survival of their culture through the power of heavy metal.
Thrilled by the immersive and imposing power of Mire, we had an in-depth conversation with Conjurer to find out about their origins, the creation of their debut album and how they found their signature sound.
We take a look at why cancelling Taake shows is a good thing for the metal scene, and why the reaction to it has been misguided.
Finding a home in the more exploratory realms of the extreme metal spectrum, Danish outfit Møl blend esoteric atmospheres with raging metallic power.
Egyptian blackened death metallers Crescent prove their worth with second album The Order Of Amenti.
Underdark talk innovating within black metal, the importance of DIY and why now is the time to be outspoken against NSBM.