One of the UK doom scene’s best annual one-dayers is back.
Ba’al: “Gatekeepers think they have a monopoly of opinion, I call them ‘Musical Tories’.”
Now settled after after a tumultuous few years, Ba’al are finally ready to play their latest album live.
“It’s doable lads, but only just”: How Blind Monarch Recorded their Debut in a Derelict Building
The story of how a sludge band recorded their debut in a derelict building in the dead of winter.
Trip-Hop, Haircuts and Kopparberg: Inside Hidden Mothers’ Passionate Debut EP
The Sheffield outfit could never have known just how relevant their debut EP would be upon release…
Review / Bible Basher – Loud Wailing
Feral death-doom from the Steel City metal scene.
Album Premiere: Bogwych – On The Wind Is All That Is Left. Only Roots Remain.
Once we recovered from the intense journey this album takes you on, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to host the premiere.
Albums of the Decade: While She Sleeps – This Is The Six
A gateway album we needed in a decade sorely lacking in them.
Premiere: Hidden Mothers – The Longest Journey Yet
Check out a life-affirming bout of blackened post-metal from newcomers Hidden Mothers.
Review: Kurokuma – Sheffield’s Best Metal Bands, Vol. 1
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
Disregarding Genres and Avoiding Pigeonholes with Stoned Jesus
“I never think in terms of genre.” We meet Igor Sydorenko, the lively face of Stoned Jesus.