The Californian singer songwriter strips back her sound to create an engagingly spiritual and celestial album.
Three very contrasting tracks comprise this engrossing EP.
A closer look at what’s on offer at experimental festival Supernormal for 2019.
A bold, intricate and absorbing voyage from the Chicago based prog-doom purveyors.
The Danish trio return with a mystical journey through the ancient worlds of Northern Europe.
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Mono – Nowhere Now Here The term ‘post-metal’ was once synonymous with the term ‘experimental metal’, but in the few decades since its inception it has become evermore like a […]
Holy Roar singer-songwriter A.A. Williams discussed her debut EP.
Catch a new video from Grave Lines, in which they perform an ambient rendition of ‘Guilt/Regret’.
Sylvaine talks us through her latest album, the enthralling Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone.
“I never think in terms of genre.” We meet Igor Sydorenko, the lively face of Stoned Jesus.
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An expose on the trials and tribulations that birthed Emma Ruth Rundle’s latest album.
A night of reflective lows and uplifting highs awaited us at Grails’ Brighton headline show.
A double album that’s half black metal, half folk, Panopticon’s latest may just be Austin Lunn’s most ambitious endeavour yet.
Heathen Tales and Ancient Runes: How Wardruna’s Nordic Folk Captured The Attention Of The Metal Scene
We take a closer look at why the extreme metal community embraced a traditional folk outfit.
It has always been the role of working-class folk music to speak the truth to power and Dawn Ray’d have by turns incorporated that tradition into contemporary black metal.