New fuzzy riffs from the London horror metal punks.
The debut EP from an impressive new addition to the UK doom scene.
Enchanting choruses meet classic doom riffs on this addictive debut.
The band expand their sound as they add the final colours to their series of themed albums.
Comedian and author of A History Of Heavy Metal talks to Astral Noize about metal, magick and future plans.
Leeds-based sextet Hundred Year Old Man are bringing a fresh and gargantuan approach to the post-metal sound.
Metal’s origins go much deeper than the handful of bands credited as being a pioneer of the genre.
Find out more about Mollusca, Slish, the Sea of Vlekt and the Rhaexorog.
We curate a playlist of the best ultra-long metal tracks.
As Britain’s doom monoliths Electric Wizard gear up for the release of their ninth full-length, Wizard Bloody Wizard, we’ve decided to craft the definitive ranking of their studio albums. Vote […]
Black Sabbath’s back catalogue is sorely lacking a truly brilliant live release, and as such, The End Of The End is likely to be remembered as their best.
Written with good intentions but as if metal has been lost to the myths of time, let’s just hope articles like this come rarely, or are at least accompanied by more research, in the future.
It will come as no surprise to long-time fans of Ufomammut that their perennial mastery of the genre continues on 8.
With King Goat promising a busy and exciting year in 2018, we spoke to them about the themes found in their music, the origins of their progressive sound, the Brighton metal scene and more.
So, what exactly does “astrogrind” sound like? Well if the third album from Greek outfit Dephosphorus is anything to go by, it’s a noisy and suitably eclectic style of music infused with smatterings of punk, various subgenres of extreme metal and, you guessed it, grindcore.
This piece originally featured in our first issue, which can be purchased in its redux form here In modern doom, there’s a lot for metalheads to love, with huge riffs […]