As February nears its end, we’re celebrating new music from Video Nasties, Warduna and Fool’s Ghost.
After rumours of issues with SMOD, criticism of its owner have reached critical mass.
More tunes to see you through the week.
A monstrous slab of doom worshipping riffs.
After a stellar week for new music, we pick the tracks to help us get through the second week of February.
From Lovecraftian horrors to brute-force ferocity, we take a dive into the contemporary death metal scene in Chile.
We spoke to post-metal legend Aaron Turner about all things SUMAC.
Talking positivity, DIY roots and transcendence with prog-doom monoliths Garganjua.
A selection of tracks to help you survive the first week of February.
Thunderous stoner sludge from the dark heart of the Midlands.
Toad rulers and sacrificial goblins meet fuzzed-out blackened doom. What’s not to love?
A collection of tracks to get you through the week.
Ahead of the release of Existential Void Guardian, we sat down with sludge monoliths Conan.
Dismal sludge from the Russian heartlands.
The world’s future looks bleak, and it’s often for that reason that we turn to bands like SIBIIR.
The progressive doom merchants take their sound to another level on their engrossing and evocative new album.