This week we look at Nunavut’s Tanya Tagaq, a truly avant-garde musician.
Heading to Dreadfest? Check out this list of the names you definitely should be planning on seeing.
Ill In Pain’s debut EP, Serve, rapidly delivers an extremely visceral uniting of hardcore-punk, black metal and grind.
Fuck The Facts exemplify how grind is the spirit of protest.
Blood-splatter tapes for Tides Of Sulfur’s blistering new EP are now available to pre-order.
Take a glimpse at the first ever Astral Noize Events show!
When a movie about men in face paint makes you mad, it might be time to look in a mirror.
Blackened Death Records’ Richard Weeks explores how the underground has marched on through the digital age.
Hear Herod’s Sombre Dessein an entire day early with our exclusive stream.
Embracing modern thrash that’s yet to succumb to the sway of capitalism.
One of the best post-metal albums of recent years, HYOM’s Breaching will now be available on tape.
London avant-gardist trio Warren Schoenbright pick out a playlist of tracks that have influenced them.
Merging the grindcore of Pig Destroyer and Famine with the noise rock of acts such as Shellac and The Jesus Lizard, Herd Mover’s unrelenting flurry is intentionally demanding yet direct and very much to the point.
There’s a lot of labels supporting extreme music but few that do it with the consistent quality of Redefining Darkness and Seeing Red. We had a chat with label founder Thomas about why this scorching pair got started.