The hills are alive with the sound of indie rock. Austrian upstarts Southern Peaks offer the addictive sound of “Colombian White” and we just leaked the music video for their sophomore single!
Crevassian hit the “Summit” of drumming with this playthrough video – hats off to Nick Povey on the post-metal gauntlet he puts himself through.
For today’s Geared Up interview, LOVEBITES’ supremely talented Miyako gives insight into her gear collection, which forms an integral part of the top-quality NWOBHM sound that new album Clockwork Immortality holds (out now via JPU Records).
Born of Osiris’ Lee McKinney collaborates once again with Kiesel – whom he dubs “the people’s guitar company” – in a stunning signature headless guitar, the same used on the recent Sumerian release, The Simulation.
Bristol heavy rock quintet Phoxjaw are our “190 Proof” Artist of the Month. We tell you why, plus, vocalist/bassist Danny Garland drops some humorous knowledge on both the band and dinosaurs.
German death metallers, Deathrite, have an eclectic taste in music, but all of it ties into the world of nightmares. Check out their playlist for unpacking their latest album – When Nightmares Reign, out now on Century Media.
Daemonia Nymphe give insight into their fascinating recording process and Ancient Greek music, which is alive and well on their latest record, Psychostasia.
Try not to wreck your house listening to the exclusive premiere of Black Coast’s new live session music video for the title track off Ill Minds Vol 1 & 2, out now via Primordial Records.
Phoxjaw have caught attention without even breaking a sweat, and their sound is catchy and yet heavy to the point of filth. Frontman Danny Garland gives us a track-by-track of their début EP Goodbye Dinosaur, for fans of At the Drive-In and Cave In.
We spoke with Antonin Le Coz, one of the two guitarist and vocalists in French ambiant metal band Ingrina about the themes on their new Tokyo Jupiter Records release Etter Lys, playing live in unusual places, and handling two drummers.
It’s not every day that an author of fiction also plays in a metal band; Prognosis vocalist and guitarist Phil Weller delivers a guest blog detailing the often fine line between writing fiction and lyrics.
With the release of Mineral Bearing Veins, From the Bogs of Aughiska discuss their native Ireland and its rich history, both in the band’s dark ambient scene and in the ancient art of storytelling.
Defy the Ocean have elected to unveil their début Monument to Her Exile across a quadrilogy of releases. Check out our premiere of a drum-video for “Subsolar”, along with our interview with the progressive rock duo.