We’re thrilled to announce the next stage of Astral Noize’s evolution.
We’ve got an exclusive premiere of the brand new track from UK doomsters Prisa Mata.
Brexit, Jerry Cantrell, and the Tower of London: A Track-by-Track Look at Allfather’s Fiery New Album
Heavy fucking metal and hard-hitting political lyrics collide on Allfather’s latest LP.
We sit down with Mancunian grind-mongers Leeched for a chat about their upcoming LP.
Kurokuma return with a thirteen-minute ode to a trippy wild west comic strip.
Svalbard’s Serena Cherry talks revenge porn, feminism, class struggles, animal welfare and parasites.
Candlemass meets prog in the epic doom stylings of King Goat, we spoke to the band to find out more about their second LP.
New Orleans sludge meets the industrial confines of Manchester with Mancunian quartet Nomad.
Thrilled by the immersive and imposing power of Mire, we had an in-depth conversation with Conjurer to find out about their origins, the creation of their debut album and how they found their signature sound.
After honing his riff-crafting talents in Lord Of Putrefaction, Decomposed, Hangnail, Firebird and The Earls Of Mars, Harry Armstrong’s latest project takes a step towards metal’s origins in blues.
UK doomsters Garganjua combine the heavy with a raw emotive power on their sophomore album.
Though artists big and small will undoubtedly surprise us (for better or worse) as the year progresses, here’s a list of the bands we’re expecting big things from in 2018.
The latest instalment in the Leccy Wiz saga sees the band’s signature fuzz take a step back, allowing its riffs to take centre stage.
As Britain’s doom monoliths Electric Wizard gear up for the release of their ninth full-length, Wizard Bloody Wizard, we’ve decided to craft the definitive ranking of their studio albums. Vote […]
Black Sabbath’s back catalogue is sorely lacking a truly brilliant live release, and as such, The End Of The End is likely to be remembered as their best.
More consistently intense than its forbearer, Bork is Mastiff’s most accomplished release thus far, and the truest representation of their miserable style.