A reflection on hope, pain, and the inevitable cycles of life.
Exploring the smoky riffs and eerie melodies of Mama Doom with an exclusive track premiere and interview.
The Ruins Of Beverast have always occupied the realm of the other, so why does their new album sound so unsettlingly human?
The third instalment of the singer-songwriter’s migraine series is her darkest and heaviest yet.
Place, space and pace take precedence on MDB’s new EP.
Taut and tense, yet gothically sublime soundtrack-inspired dungeon synth.
Few (if any) albums this year will be able to surpass Forever Blue for sheer emotive weight.
If you’re unfamiliar with any of these names, check them out, as you should have been hearing about them after their sets this week anyway.
The Tribulation guitarist produces an album of melodic, gothic tinged folk.
The mourning maybe over, but the wake is in full swing.