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.
“An echo chamber of suffering” from the UK band.