Accomplished Canadian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lindsay Schoolcraft self-released her debut album, Martyr, on October 11th, and the eleven-track record is an exciting, knockout start to her solo career.
Journalism student in the UK. Avid concert-goer, amateur photographer, gig promoter. When he isn’t rambling about the state of journalism, attempting to write poetry, or playing Skyrim for the 50th time, he’s usually surrounded by coffee and listening to Balakirev or Hypothermia.
Fresh off the release of their new Century Media Records album Heart Like A Grave, we spoke with Insomnium vocalist Niilo Sevänen about the new record, lengthy history together, and depressing Finnish music.
French blackgaze band Alcest is about to release their new record Spiritual Instincit on October 25th via Nuclear Blast Records. We spoke with frontman Neige about the band’s new emotional approach towards the album, and the incredible connection fans have to their music.
Margaret Chardiet returns yet again under Pharmakon, with another visceral sonic attack on the senses. Continuing to improve and refine her sound, Devour (Sacred Bones) is a conduit of frustration towards the world in which we live.
With their eleventh studio album, Dominion, coming soon via Napalm Records, we spoke with Hammerfall vocalist Joacim Cans about the new music, changes to their outlook and creative direction, touring, and life.
Wormed have returned with a monster #techdeath record in Metaportal (Season of Mist). Combining space and science fiction themes with complex, musical mastery, the Madridian outfit prove themselves to be at the top of their game.
On their new Sludgelord Records release, Ocean is More Ancient Than The Mountains, Chicago’s Plague of Carcosa delve deeper into the dark minds of Lovecraftian creatives, and come up with a whirlpool of gargantuan riffs, mesmerising breaks and sheer force. Who needs vocals, right?
French metal titans Gojira, still supporting 2016’s Roadrunner release Magma, tore apart the UK on their recent tour with Rolo Tomassi, and we were there to capture the carnage!
#Metal titans Slipknot return to form with their new single, “Unsainted.” Refining their modern sound, “Unsainted” brings a lot of promise to their upcoming record, We Are Not Your Kind.
After The Burial have a taken a giant leap forward with Evergreen, out today via Sumerian Records. In it, their sound is solidified and the confidence that comes with it pours out.
Saor’s new album Forgotten Paths, out now via Avantgarde Music, demonstrates how the harshness of black metal, when mixed with themes of nature and tradition alongside a heavy Gaelic influence, makes for a listen which is overall simply sublime.
You can hear multi-instrumentalist Elisa’s progression with every Sadness release, however it seems more prominent in Rain. Alongside Elisa’s exhibition of a multitude of styles, the listener equally goes on a cathartic roller coaster of an emotional journey, exploring loneliness, sadness (obviously), and self-exploration.
The rising outfit, Contrarian have surged on with their third studio album, Their Worm Never Dies. In the Willowtip Records release, we see progressive elegance amidst tough as nails #deathmetal riffs.