Black Sabbath’s final album was a landmark moment in metal’s history.
A triumphant piece of work from these most monstrously gifted musicians.
Doing away with genre limitations on Mire, Conjurer smash together hardcore, doom, death, sludge, prog, black and post-metal in a way that is vicious, natural-sounding and free-flowing.
“It was a difficult second album. But it made me feel less alone.” – the Svalbard guitarist/vocalist bares all on their sophomore effort.
The attention to detail, the confidence to subtly incorporate other influences into their sound and also the band’s willingness to wear their hearts on their sleeves makes Heartless one of the defining albums of the past decade.
A cataclysmic slab of stomach-churning prowess which never shies away from spreading its noxious wings.
If the world is just, Fen’s Winter will one day be spoken of with reverence.
A collection of bands whose music delves into the cosmos to face the fear of the things that should not be.
An in-depth study of doom metal at it’s most bizarre.
From the forefront of the biggest rosters to the tiniest house show headliners – here are Astral Noize’s hopefuls for 2019.
The final part of our end-of-year countdown reveals the Astral Noize album of the year 2018.
Our four-part Album of The Year piece hots up as we near the final 25.
Our four-part Album Of The Year list kicks off with picks 75 through 100.
Delve behind the scenes of Bolt Gun guitarist Jon Vayla’s new solo album with a look at his favourite film scores.
In 2018, death metal reigns supreme.
WW3 seems to be inevitable, so why not get your apocalypse playlist ready now?