The mighty Cryptic Shift melt minds with their miasmatical metal.
The post-sludge maestros on releasing during a pandemic and musical progression.
Support the artist behind Tchornobog, Aureole, Krukh and Drown in an hour of need.
LGBTQ-centred label Grimalkin Records have released a statement and series of steps that white folks in the music scene can to promote inclusivity and social justice in and through their work.
We turn our attention to the corrosive wrath of sludge.
UK promoter Old Empire on live music after Covid.
In February the Home Office announced their points-based immigration policy, and it’s been cause for considerable concern…
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.
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.
A diverse range of influences inform the unique sound of this powerful debut album.