The UK doom trio return adding a creative depth to their punishing sound.
A debut EP of visceral and dense sludge straight from the heart of South Yorkshire.
Sludge, EDM and more sludge from a few of the world’s best purveyors of slow ‘n’ heavy.
Guaranteed riffs, doom, stoner rock, psychedelia, riffs, sweat, beers and riffs from End Of The World fest 2019.
A re-examination of one of the post metallers more fertile and experimental collaborations.
A deeper dive into one of the people behind London collective Hominid Sounds
A frustrating album that never quite hits the mark from a clearly very talented band.
Revisit a feature from our previous print issue, where we talk to UK rockers Vodun.
A closer look at what’s on offer at experimental festival Supernormal for 2019.
Today we’re ignoring the news by reflecting on the debut album from the only Boris worth talking about.
Hardcore brutality meets a sludge drenched visceral beauty on this stunning debut album.
Two haunting and original tracks make up this emotive EP.
Discussing hardcore, Magic The Gathering and Bloodborne with Minneapolis trio Grogus.
Spaced out sludge with a sci-fi twist.
The band add further pop sensibilities to their sludgy guitar harmonies.
A challenging album of misanthropic, agonising sludge.