Enthralled by their new LP’s grand sound and intriguing concept, we had a chat with Monolithe bassist Olivier Defives to find out more.
The third instalment of The Local Fuzz brings together an impressive roster of UK doom, from big names to up-and-comers.
We had an expansive chat with Hamferð frontman Jón Aldará about the ambitious concepts behind their glorious new album.
What do you get when you blend the volatile jazz of Dead Neanderthals, the spiralling black metal of Celestial Bodies and the esoteric songcraft of Kees Peerdeman? That’s right; the woundingly charred sounds of Cryptae.
UK doomsters Garganjua combine the heavy with a raw emotive power on their sophomore album.
Though artists big and small will undoubtedly surprise us (for better or worse) as the year progresses, here’s a list of the bands we’re expecting big things from in 2018.
2017 has been a strange year at best – overshadowed by a sense of impending doom, it was inevitable that music’s dark side would rise again this year. And rise again it has.
Enthralled by its colossal size, we spoke to Bell Witch about the creation of Mirror Reaper, and how they turned personal tragedy into a metal opus.
Leeds trio BongCauldron have crafted a distinct style yet managed to stay true to their doomy vision, birthing one hell of a debut LP in the process.
Check out our preview of this year’s Riffmass, a day of riffs hosted by prog doomers King Goat.
The latest instalment in the Leccy Wiz saga sees the band’s signature fuzz take a step back, allowing its riffs to take centre stage.
Ahead of their new LP, we bring you the exclusive stream of ‘Dead Horse’, the latest track from Swedish sludgers Signo Rojo.
For the first instalment in our Ranked series, we used the online doom community to help us curate the definitive ranking of Electric Wizard’s albums.
Enthralled by the group’s first release, we decided to ask Tuskar about their influences, the origins of their interest in Welsh mythology and the birth of their unique brand of ‘nuclear sludge’.
There were a few raised eyebrows recently when Holy Roar Records announced that two of their charges, Slabdragger and Wren, were to release a split featuring a cover of a Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart track, respectively.
Italian instrumental quintet prove that life without vocals has no effect over a band’s ability to be creative.