We chat to the man behind a new blog dedicated to anti-fascist neofolk.
Discussing trolls, spaceships and Britney Spears in a Lord of the Rings-themed pub.
Four days of metal madness in Holland reviewed.
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
“Long live deathcore” – the words soon to be inscribed on our tombstone.
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.
Malefic Wizardry is not about the stuff of high adventure, but rather the lull between quests.
Self-described as “warped hardcore/powerviolence”, AN012 is Mister Lizard’s latest release, II.
Tim Hecker will need no introduction. His music is constantly at the forefront of the genre, using electronic production and meticulous editing to shift, warp, pitch-bend and glitch his drawn […]
Experimental cellist Jo Quail on collaborating with metal artists and playing Roadburn.
Images from a cold night of industrialised insanity.
High On Fire pay homage to Sabbath, Celtic Frost and Bad Brains on an exclusive RSD vinyl.
Two vast tracks of experimental doom from LA’s Ancient Altar.
Comprising of experimental musicians Mathieu Gabry and Christine Ott, Snowdrops‘ debut release Manta Ray is a soundtrack for the film of the same name. Having a soundtrack be your debut release […]
Take a step back into Bismuth’s earlier years with this fantastic reissue.
Latitudes’ fourth full-length effort is a truly intriguing album that divulges more and more of itself on each listen.