Inside the new psych-noise-punk onslaught of Petbrick, featuring Wayne Adams and Iggor Cavalera.
Finnish dööm unit DÖ are streaming their new album Astral Death Cult today on Astral Noize, ahead of its release on Friday.
Swirling with rage, suffocating density and cacophonous vitality, this is an album that demands to be heard. And it ain’t taking no for an answer.
We delve deep into the dark but ambitious concepts of the latest Necronautical album.
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.
A detailed look at how Brexit could impact the UK metal scene.
To revive work of which we’re proud and which many of newer readers will never have seen, we’ve decided to revamp and reprint Astral Noize Issue One.
Check out a life-affirming bout of blackened post-metal from newcomers Hidden Mothers.
Ten years on, we revisit a modern hardcore landmark.
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
APF’s Andrew Field talks about the realities of running a label in 2019.
Death-doom proprietors Blind Monarch impress on their debut album.
A Dreadfest conversation with fuzz-fuelled doom newcomers Dark Mother.
A deeper look at Manchester collective Pijn and their debut album before they head to Roadburn.
Eager to find out more about Antre’s new album, we had a chat with the band to get the lowdown.
The first instalment of our brand new recurring feature on our favourite labels.