An inside look at the epic feminist sci-fi allegory that comprises the band’s debut album.
After an absolute shitshow of a year, the sixth print issue of Astral Noize is now nearly ready for release, and despite a tumultuous production process involving multiple delays, we’re immensely proud of the final product.
“Some of it’s quite daft but that’s what rock and roll is all about.”
The third instalment of the singer-songwriter’s migraine series is her darkest and heaviest yet.
The unique project’s 28th release takes the form of an expansive ambient odyssey.
An expansive album inspired by the landscape and folklore of the British Isles.
Mae Shults’ fourth album of the year is both brutal and poignant.
The post-sludge maestros on releasing during a pandemic and musical progression.
An exclusive stream of the sludge outfit’s stunning new live recording.
Corrosive growls and herculean riffs inspired by the world around us and our place within it.