We say farewell to a band gone long before their time.
An impressive and well written debut from a promising new voice in death doom.
We look ahead to another year of brilliant music.
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.
The closest that The Black Dahlia Murder have come to surpassing the immense malice of 2007’s Nocturnal.
Sonoran Depravation combines all these sounds and ideas of what makes death metal death metal and shows them off wondrously.
Find out who takes the top spot this year.
As debuts go, there are few that can compete with Reign Of Suffering.
Heavy more in emotion than sound, Gojira’s 2016 LP was a masterpiece.
A bona fide death metal classic? We think so.
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.
A triumphant piece of work from these most monstrously gifted musicians.
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.
A cataclysmic slab of stomach-churning prowess which never shies away from spreading its noxious wings.
Episode Seven of Criminally Underrated Music Podcast, presented by Astral Noize and hosted by Aerosol Jesus frontman Oli Melville, is now online for your listening pleasure! This episode features National Funk, […]
A gateway album we needed in a decade sorely lacking in them.