Stellar sophomore effort from UK’s rising doom stars.
The London folk horror metallers on celebrating a folkloric pre-Christian, pre-imperial England.
Now settled after after a tumultuous few years, Ba’al are finally ready to play their latest album live.
“While a great deal of us suffer the indignities of being a wage slave, the elite has dick measuring contests of who can colonise space first. It’s absurd.”
Sludge with a twist of the Old West.
The blackened post-metal outfit talk experimentation, extinction rebellion and the impending apocalypse.
Bleak yet inspiring anarchic sludge.
Sparse yet heavy, shoegaze meets doom.
Exuberant and visceral sludge’n’more.
Hardcore fury, sludge despondency.