Think about your faults…
The latest release from the Swedish veterans cements their newfound status as one of the greatest names in modern prog.
Swirling with rage, suffocating density and cacophonous vitality, this is an album that demands to be heard. And it ain’t taking no for an answer.
Three very contrasting tracks comprise this engrossing EP.
Sludge, EDM and more sludge from a few of the world’s best purveyors of slow ‘n’ heavy.
Guaranteed riffs, doom, stoner rock, psychedelia, riffs, sweat, beers and riffs from End Of The World fest 2019.
A deeper look at the weird and wonderful sights and sounds of Supersonic 2019.
Today we’re ignoring the news by reflecting on the debut album from the only Boris worth talking about.
As legions of metalheads descend on the French countryside, we went along to chronicle the mayhem…
Beyond the many platitudes spoken about mental health awareness, to hear the limitless despair that characterises these diseases twisted into creative energy is as impressive as it is morbidly refreshing.
Portent may just prove the most ambitious USBM release of 2019, but we’d also put money on it being the best.
Apoptosis – the natural death of cells which occurs as part of an organism’s growth or development. How apt. It’s not often an album blasts off with some of the most […]
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.