Post-rock that centres the listener amongst tides of sound.
Ba’al: “Gatekeepers think they have a monopoly of opinion, I call them ‘Musical Tories’.”
Now settled after after a tumultuous few years, Ba’al are finally ready to play their latest album live.
Cyberpunk and Doomscrolling: How LLNN Created the Heaviest Album of the Year
“While a great deal of us suffer the indignities of being a wage slave, the elite has dick measuring contests of who can colonise space first. It’s absurd.”
Vow: “Extinction’s not a done deal yet”
The blackened post-metal outfit talk experimentation, extinction rebellion and the impending apocalypse.
Grand Thrash Auto: Epiphanic Truth
The anonymous avant-garde metal act reminisce on dark fantasy classics and skateboarding icons.
Review / Fluisteraars – Gegrepen door de Geest der Zielsontluiking
A vocally virtuosic black metal journey into the Dutch forests.
Romantically Brutal: The Age of Underdark is Finally Nigh
Speaking to the RABM act as their long-awaited debut nears release.
Rituals, Cinema and Transcendence: The Grand Telos of Year Of No Light
Through expanding their palette, the French act have carved out a unique space, one that seems to exist free of conventional time, membership or artistic form.
Review / Bossk – Migration
A transformed sound on UK post-metallers’ second full-length.
Album Of The Week / Amenra – De Doorn
A harrowing new chapter for the Flemish post-metal titans.