A playlist of indigenous bands supporting the survival of their culture through the power of heavy metal.
Prog and djent collide on the debut album from Swedish newbies Letters From The Colony.
Meet Richard Weeks, the man who receives death threats for speaking out against misogyny.
Egyptian blackened death metallers Crescent prove their worth with second album The Order Of Amenti.
Though artists big and small will undoubtedly surprise us (for better or worse) as the year progresses, here’s a list of the bands we’re expecting big things from in 2018.
Transcending their genre through intelligent experimentations that seldom miss their mark, Blut Aus Nord offer up increasingly more punishing sonic stylings as they obliterate the notion of genre on Deus Salutis Meae.
E is not the first time the Norwegian group has taken a good look at their sound before rebuilding it brick-by-brick, but it is one of the more noteworthy times.
Morbid Evils are not brooding post-metallers or experimental doomsters tinkering with notions of subtlety and slow-building tracks – they’re gut-punching metal heavyweights exploring every sonic definition of hatred.
An excerpt from our in-depth interview with Dragged Into Sunlight.