Denver filthmongers Primitive Man prove they’re as effective at noise as they are sludge.
We documented Pagan on their recent UK tour.
When a band is this good at pissing off bigots, it’s hard not to love ‘em.
A genuinely off-centre, engagingly indulgent experience.
Virulent and corrosive concoctions from the modern kings of extremity.
A gallery of images from a special, intimate show with Amenra and A.A. Williams.
Whilst many of the genre’s older names continue to pump out mediocre albums as if stuck on autopilot, Possessed have resurfaced to show that they’re considered pioneers for a reason.
Extreme times call for extreme reactions…
Ten years on, we revisit a modern hardcore landmark.
Four days of metal madness in Holland reviewed.
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
Canadian trio Big|Brave unleash their fourth monstrous full-length of intense, noise-laden drone rock.
It’s mathcore, it’s grind, it’s sludge, it’s d-beat and it’s hardcore, but most of all it’s a rollicking good time.
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.
Yus proves that Sleepwalker are one of the most ambitious, visionary, genre-defying acts within metal.
Softer and stranger: we review the new LP from psych-sludgers Helms Alee.