YOB’s Aaron Rieseberg on Our Raw Heart’s gestation, and how they turned personal tragedy into triumph.
Metal’s origins go much deeper than the handful of bands credited as being a pioneer of the genre.
Disregarding question marks over personal taste and originality, there is an ironclad reasoning why Ghost are a modern hard rock treasure.
The Body’s Lee Bufford helps us take a deeper insight into the duo’s latest LP.
The man behind the noisepicking gives us a rundown of the duo’s debut album.
Gibson may be dying on its feet, but that doesn’t mean the guitar, or rock, is.
Italian four-piece Messa talk us through their unique blend of doom and jazz.
On 4/20, doom dominates our first reviews roundup, which includes some surprise releases from familiar faces.
The term “instrumental” seems to throw some people off, so here’s a list of bands you should check out to fix your perception.
A musical voyage where minimalist doom, post-metal and space rock collide with the avant-garde.
Black Moth guitarist Jim Swainston on their new album and the bizarre waxwork cadavers that inspire it.
Despite making such a significant contribution to the scene almost half a century ago, Priest continue to fire on all cylinders in 2018.
After honing his riff-crafting talents in Lord Of Putrefaction, Decomposed, Hangnail, Firebird and The Earls Of Mars, Harry Armstrong’s latest project takes a step towards metal’s origins in blues.
We chat to psychedelic stoner rockers Lacertilia about the band’s influences and the intriguing concept behind their latest LP.
Check out our preview of this year’s Riffmass, a day of riffs hosted by prog doomers King Goat.
It’s almost unheard of for a band to release a masterpiece so late into their career but somehow Godflesh have achieved just that.