Snow Burial on their musical beginnings, Chicago’s musical community, adding to the progressive movement and the important of a DIY Ethos.
In both sound and concept Caïna’s latest a fascinating release, so we got in touch with the man himself to discuss the record, his career so far and much more.
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Tommy Concrete tackles internalised ableism on a brand new single.
A chat with one of the UK sludge scene’s finest exports.
Prepare to Die: An In-Depth Look at the Shared Aesthetics and Communal Commonalities Between Metal and the Soulsborne Series
An in-depth look at how the Soulsborne series has begun to creep into heavy metal.
A breakdown of the upcoming LP from Bury quartet Pist.
From the outlandish and the hilarious to the outright impossible, these are the dream collaborations we’d love to see.
Inside the new psych-noise-punk onslaught of Petbrick, featuring Wayne Adams and Iggor Cavalera.
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The fifth issue of the Astral Noize print ‘zine is it’s biggest and best ever incarnation.
Russian Circles on Blood Year, writing heavier material, and how they may shake things up going forward.
Cult Of Luna’s Johannes Persson on the band’s fresh new approach, being considered pioneers and the time they almost broke up.
This piece was originally featured in our fourth issue, available here When looking back on the blossoming death metal scene of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, and indeed its global impact, […]
What do Bloodborne and leftist politics have in common? Let death metal outfit Putrscrine enlighten you…
A deeper dive into one of the people behind London collective Hominid Sounds