Loathe’s long-awaited return to touring is well worth the wait.
If cleanliness is next to godliness, who the fuck wants to be clean?
Megan Targett’s rage is palpable across her band’s cathartic debut record.
A fearsome first showing of progressive metalcore.
A suitably brutal serving of blackened metalcore.
Ethereal vocals collide with savage beatdowns.
“It’s difficult to see how Fracture wouldn’t turn the head of even the most elite-minded sourpuss.”
Three blistering new tracks that pack one hell of a punch.
The Berkshire-based quartet release their most focused and explosive work to date.
A selection of tracks to help you survive the first week of February.