A tribute to some of our favourite bands that unfortunately couldn’t stick around.
Vein, Khemmis, Death Grips and many more feature in our latest reviews round-up.
“We should just savour the weirdness of a man dressed like a ghost who desperately wants to spend his life in a gulag.”
The Edinburgh bruisers on guarded metal fans, Scottish music scenes, and the band’s future plans.
Featuring YOB’s transcendental new album, Here Lies Man’s second offering, and the return of Orange Goblin.
Svalbard’s Serena Cherry talks revenge porn, feminism, class struggles, animal welfare and parasites.
Brighton experimentalists Aerosol Jesus talk us through their bleak debut EP, out now through Astral Noize.
On 4/20, doom dominates our first reviews roundup, which includes some surprise releases from familiar faces.
Rolo Tomassi’s latest LP continues their experimental tendencies, find out more in our review.
Crushing, captivating sonic extremity. Live.
Thrilled by the immersive and imposing power of Mire, we had an in-depth conversation with Conjurer to find out about their origins, the creation of their debut album and how they found their signature sound.
The Leeds noise duo speak.
Though artists big and small will undoubtedly surprise us (for better or worse) as the year progresses, here’s a list of the bands we’re expecting big things from in 2018.
Infatuated with the Diploid’s devastating raucous, and driven by a wish to discover more about the album’s themes, we spoke to two-thirds of the band.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Robert R. Williams, drummer for proto-prind/pioneering hardcore band Siege. Arguably one of the most influential bands of the 1980s/ early 90s.