Two of the weirdest bands from the UK heavy underground join forces for a brand new split.
Portent may just prove the most ambitious USBM release of 2019, but we’d also put money on it being the best.
A lost gem resurfaces courtesy of Caïna and The Dropa Collective.
Ahead of their new album, we revisit this interview with Tomb Mold from last year.
A bewitching album built on the foundations of good songwriting, otherworldly vocals, loose grooves and a fuzz dial turned up to eleven, Tårn is well worth any doom fans’ time.
Softer and stranger: we review the new LP from psych-sludgers Helms Alee.
Latitudes’ fourth full-length effort is a truly intriguing album that divulges more and more of itself on each listen.
Blues-drenched riffs and psychedelic organs adorn the debut album from psych rockers Pharlee.
Ionna Gika’s debut solo album impresses with mournful musings on familial grief and romantic dissolution.
Eager to find out more about Antre’s new album, we had a chat with the band to get the lowdown.
Candlemass – The Door To Doom We’ve had Blade Runner 2049, Jurassic World and a new Star Wars trilogy – the modern world loves a belated sequel. But for Johan […]
Ithaca vocalist Djamila Azzouz gives us a deeper insight into the band’s blistering new LP.
An exploration into the legacy of one of the most indispensable names in the history of doom.
Follow UK post-metallers Hundred Year Old Man as they embark on a lengthy tour of Europe.
After a slow start to the year, 2019 gets underway with a host of stellar new music.
Inside the feral cocktail of bruising extremity that is Mastiff’s new album.