After a slow start to the year, 2019 gets underway with a host of stellar new music.
We sit down with blackened hardcore group Working Men’s Club and two-piece powerviolence juggernauts Boyed.
Expansive doom, experimental cellists, cathartic synths, grinding crust, thrashing black metal and more.
Freed up musically and mentally, Jesus Piece are clearly ready for the next part of their rocket ride.
Max Cavalera, Taiwanese politicians and yet more high-quality death metal feature in our latest round-up.
“Sometimes I don’t even think we know what our next move will be.” Pagan on surprising listeners by defying convention.
KEN Mode discuss their new LP, from the creepy-ass cover to the inside jokes that line it.
Brexit, Jerry Cantrell, and the Tower of London: A Track-by-Track Look at Allfather’s Fiery New Album
Heavy fucking metal and hard-hitting political lyrics collide on Allfather’s latest LP.
An in-depth dive into the world of Cleveland bruisers Pillärs.
“I don’t know what to say to somebody who’s seen what happened in Charlottesville and still walks around in public with some Nazi eagle shit on their back, except ‘go fuck yourself.'”
Furious grindcore, dark witch doom, and the return of two Hang The Bastard members.
With gloomy lyrics and subterranean riffs, Ilsa’s latest is a masterclass in pestilent extreme metal.
A tribute to some of our favourite bands that unfortunately couldn’t stick around.
“We should just savour the weirdness of a man dressed like a ghost who desperately wants to spend his life in a gulag.”
Featuring YOB’s transcendental new album, Here Lies Man’s second offering, and the return of Orange Goblin.
Svalbard’s Serena Cherry talks revenge porn, feminism, class struggles, animal welfare and parasites.