We say farewell to a band gone long before their time.
Heavy with melody, and making good use of dynamics and contrast, Litourgiya possesses something which only the best black metal has…
We dive deep into the latest album from blackened doom enigma Mizmor.
The Summer of Thou may now be in the past, but we won’t be forgetting Magus anytime soon.
The heaviest album of the decade? Quite possibly.
A monument to pain, but also a manual for survival.
Vile Luxury may be rooted in the brass-clad ruins of some fictional 1920s version of New York; but it also feels like a prediction of what the 2020s may bring.
A different approach to black metal, a unique voice for the genre and genuinely one of the most important albums to have been released this decade.
The closest that The Black Dahlia Murder have come to surpassing the immense malice of 2007’s Nocturnal.
Find out who takes the top spot this year.
We’ve compiled a playlist of music to rage against anti-authoritarian-nazi-tory-bastard-fascist-scum to, so that you can feel your anger.
What kind of black metal album cares about the sun? What kind of black metal album has a fucking pink cover designed by a guy from an emo band?
A fierce amalgamation of d-beat, sludge, black metal and powerviolence drawing heavily from societal issues.
An atmospherically rich split perfect for the winter months.
Doing away with genre limitations on Mire, Conjurer smash together hardcore, doom, death, sludge, prog, black and post-metal in a way that is vicious, natural-sounding and free-flowing.
“It was a difficult second album. But it made me feel less alone.” – the Svalbard guitarist/vocalist bares all on their sophomore effort.