Sludge and, um, grindcore from Liverpool’s premiere doom practitioners.
Crazy Canadians, Voodoo-loving Brits and Ukrainian stoners comprise our latest round-up.
Featuring crushing hardcore, swamp metal, death-doom, NWOBHM, black metal and more.
They’re known for some of the most revered material in the history of metal, but they can’t all be winners.
Yet more proof that no one way of utilising a kick-ass riff is superior.
Kurokuma return with a thirteen-minute ode to a trippy wild west comic strip.
Furious grindcore, dark witch doom, and the return of two Hang The Bastard members.
Deafheaven will dominate the headlines, but there’s a whole host of other new LPs that also deserve your attention.
Featuring YOB’s transcendental new album, Here Lies Man’s second offering, and the return of Orange Goblin.
Genre-hopping metallers prove the exhilarating potential of their new material.
Manuel Gagneux displays his songwriting skill on stunning sophomore LP.
Experimentation and careful songwriting has lead to an impressive debut LP that answers to no one but itself.
A night of reflective lows and uplifting highs awaited us at Grails’ Brighton headline show.
From trippy sludge and avant-garde death metal to laid-back “flower doom”, it’s been a good two weeks of music.
A colossal round-up of the best forward-thinking, noisy music the industry has to offer.
Wretched and oozing in a pit of blackened tar, Abjection Ritual’s latest is the pinnacle of filthy extreme metal.