The Oxford based quartet return with their unique brand of “miserable hardcore”.
A closer look at the wondrous art of Issue 5.
Swirling with rage, suffocating density and cacophonous vitality, this is an album that demands to be heard. And it ain’t taking no for an answer.
If you only listen to one hardcore album this year, make it this one.
Following on from our piece on Brexit and how it could affect UK metal, we spoke to a handful of people from the scene to find out their thoughts and how leaving the EU could affect them going forward.
To revive work of which we’re proud and which many of newer readers will never have seen, we’ve decided to revamp and reprint Astral Noize Issue One.
The first instalment of our brand new recurring feature on our favourite labels.
Blood-splatter tapes for Tides Of Sulfur’s blistering new EP are now available to pre-order.
A talk with Bryan Funck in the midst of the Summer of Thou.
An intimate peek at the secret diary of a DIY metal musician.
We sit down with blackened hardcore group Working Men’s Club and two-piece powerviolence juggernauts Boyed.
Pijn’s Joe Clayton on the ins and outs of running a studio.
“You need to listen to ‘Free Will’…” came the response from my friend Max after enquiring if I’d ever listened to Thou. Having exhausted myself to the point of boredom […]
More consistently intense than its forbearer, Bork is Mastiff’s most accomplished release thus far, and the truest representation of their miserable style.
When big business comes along and destroys your whole city’s live music scene, house shows become the easiest way to fill the void.