Following the release of Gold & Grey we revisit where it all began with Baroness’ Red Album.
The band expand their sound as they add the final colours to their series of themed albums.
Operating at an intersection between ambient music and sludge, post-metal newcomers Mairu are an enticing proposition.
Melodeath meets sludge meets black’n’roll in the music of these Scouse oddballs
Denver filthmongers Primitive Man prove they’re as effective at noise as they are sludge.
A heady and heavy mix of punk and sludge to grab you by the neck.
A heartfelt goodbye to one of doom’s most unique practitioners.
Ba’al return with a new vocalist and a broad set of influences on their mesmerising new EP.
Discussing trolls, spaceships and Britney Spears in a Lord of the Rings-themed pub.
We’ve burrowed deep into the tortured cries and thunderous fuzz to bring you the best and most unfathomably intense sludge out there.
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
Canadian trio Big|Brave unleash their fourth monstrous full-length of intense, noise-laden drone rock.
The ten acts we’re most excited to catch at this year’s Desertfest London.
It’s mathcore, it’s grind, it’s sludge, it’s d-beat and it’s hardcore, but most of all it’s a rollicking good time.
A bewitching album built on the foundations of good songwriting, otherworldly vocals, loose grooves and a fuzz dial turned up to eleven, Tårn is well worth any doom fans’ time.
Softer and stranger: we review the new LP from psych-sludgers Helms Alee.