An astoundingly self-assured debut filled with hard and heavy rock.
Head shaking riffs and gravelled vocals adorn the third release from the Belgian sludge rockers.
We decided that a band behind such a deliberately volatile morass of fetid shrieking warranted revisiting.
As streaming continues to enjoy its status as most people’s go-to means of consuming music, it’s easy to assume that album artwork is somewhat less important than in previous years. […]
Astral Noize Records release a tape in conjunction with Cassette Store Day.
A look behind the scenes of the upcoming release from Hundred Year Old Man.
Introspective observations, social commentary and a rich post metal tapestry
Think about your faults…
Two of the weirdest bands from the UK heavy underground join forces for a brand new split.
A monolithic dose of atmospheric sludge.
The fifth issue of the Astral Noize print ‘zine is it’s biggest and best ever incarnation.
Russian Circles on Blood Year, writing heavier material, and how they may shake things up going forward.
Patient song structures and atmospheric depths result in a refreshingly bold debut album.
The Swedish masters deliver their most introspective and powerful album to date.
Les Makepeace opens up about the challenging events that have influenced the writing of the upcoming Kalloused album,
The Long Islanders return with a dizzying dose of chaotic excellence.