The post metallers return, adding more shades to their monolithic sound.
A beautifully evil record filled with irresistible earworms.
Bringing a wintery landscape to life through black metal riffs and delicate acoustic passages.
A haunting and compelling dose of uneasy listening.
Following a succession of short releases, the dark hardcore quintet unleash their chaotic full length debut.
A frustrating album that never quite hits the mark from a clearly very talented band.
Corrosive blackened NWOBHM to darken your day.
The acclaimed instrumental three piece return with their most aggressive and direct offering yet.
New fuzzy riffs from the London horror metal punks.
Spaced out sludge with a sci-fi twist.
The band add further pop sensibilities to their sludgy guitar harmonies.
The violence and mystery of our planet’s oceans have been a source of inspiration for art as far back as we can imagine. This also applies of course to metal, […]
The debut EP from an impressive new addition to the UK doom scene.
The New Zealand native riff titans return with an emotionally charged, career defining album.
Following the release of Gold & Grey we revisit where it all began with Baroness’ Red Album.
Enchanting choruses meet classic doom riffs on this addictive debut.