From the forefront of the biggest rosters to the tiniest house show headliners – here are Astral Noize’s hopefuls for 2019.
London avant-gardist trio Warren Schoenbright pick out a playlist of tracks that have influenced them.
A wide variety of styles converge in our latest round-up.
Expansive doom, experimental cellists, cathartic synths, grinding crust, thrashing black metal and more.
An introduction to noise newcomers MISER.
Fear not, Hang The Bastard fans, a new project is in town.
Kurokuma return with a thirteen-minute ode to a trippy wild west comic strip.
“I’m Not Mad That Nazis Make Metal, I’m Mad That Nazis Breathe Air”.
Astral Noize Records’ fourth release is the brand new, one-track EP from Wren.
Merging the grindcore of Pig Destroyer and Famine with the noise rock of acts such as Shellac and The Jesus Lizard, Herd Mover’s unrelenting flurry is intentionally demanding yet direct and very much to the point.
Recorded in a haunted cabin, Louise Lemón’s latest is another new take on the death-gospel genre.
The man behind the noisepicking gives us a rundown of the duo’s debut album.
Brighton experimentalists Aerosol Jesus talk us through their bleak debut EP, out now through Astral Noize.
Meet Richard Weeks, the man who receives death threats for speaking out against misogyny.
The Leeds noise duo speak.
Enthralled by the group’s first release, we decided to ask Tuskar about their influences, the origins of their interest in Welsh mythology and the birth of their unique brand of ‘nuclear sludge’.