Following on from our piece on Brexit and how it could affect UK metal, we spoke to a handful of people from the scene to find out their thoughts and how leaving the EU could affect them going forward.
“Long live deathcore” – the words soon to be inscribed on our tombstone.
Horna may claim to take an apolitical stance, but their actions suggest otherwise.
When a movie about men in face paint makes you mad, it might be time to look in a mirror.
Blackened Death Records’ Richard Weeks explores how the underground has marched on through the digital age.
Islamophobia remains one of the metal scene’s most prevalent problems.
Svalbard’s Serena Cherry has some choice words for sexist marketing strategies in the music industry.
2019 could potentially be the most pivotal year in the metal scene’s continued growth.
Is there some merit to Tuck’s claims, or is he just trying to sell a product?
Panzer Division Alt-Right.
Disregarding question marks over personal taste and originality, there is an ironclad reasoning why Ghost are a modern hard rock treasure.
Gibson may be dying on its feet, but that doesn’t mean the guitar, or rock, is.
“You need to listen to ‘Free Will’…” came the response from my friend Max after enquiring if I’d ever listened to Thou. Having exhausted myself to the point of boredom […]
They’re one of the most influential bands in the history of grunge and sludge, so why does no one seem to care about the Melvins?
We take a look at why cancelling Taake shows is a good thing for the metal scene, and why the reaction to it has been misguided.
Written with good intentions but as if metal has been lost to the myths of time, let’s just hope articles like this come rarely, or are at least accompanied by more research, in the future.