Hardcore quintet Giver released their sophomore album, Sculpture of Violence, via Holy Roar Records less than two weeks ago and today we’re diving into a conversation about its haunting album artwork.
After six years, instrumental post-metal/sludge band Pelican has returned with their new Southern Lord Records album Nighttime Stories. We spoke with guitarist Trevor de Brauw about the passing of singer Jody Minnoch, perseverance, and the process of the creation of the new cover artwork.
Waterloo, ON progressive metal foursome Auras just released their chaotic second record Binary Garden via Entertainment One/Good Fight Music, and we spoke with Joshua Ligaya to learn more about the stunningly gorgeous cover artwork in the latest edition of our UnCovered series.
His name is Samuel, and he makes music, chill-hop to be exact; and the talented Wisconsin-based artist is here to guide us through a track-by-track breakdown of his new and massively mellow record, Sax and The City.
It takes courage to self-publish a book, as it takes courage to self-release an album, and Prognosis’ Phil Weller is to be applauded; for baring his soul on the page, for taking a risk, and for reminding us of the hard work and passion that lies behind a metal album.
We spoke with Yngve Andersen, guitarist for Norwegian “death pop” band Blood Command, about the very cool comic-style artwork for his group’s new Fysisk Format EP, Return of The Arsonist, in the latest edition of our UnCovered series.
We recently spoke with The Goombas’ lead singer and guitarist Dakota Wylie to find out more about the very cool album cover for the “It Ain’t Easy” single in the latest installment of our UnCovered series.
Reforming for the twentieth celebration of their genre-defying ‘www.pitchshifter.com’ album, Mark Clayden from Pitchshifter talked to us about the album and what the future holds in store for the band.
Stockport fuzz-trio Under are set to release their new album, Stop Being Naive, on October 30th, 2018 through APF Records and are streaming another new track, “Happy”, exclusively here.
Mini Mansions have decided to really reveal themselves with their latest release, the four-track EP Works Every Time. The band offers us a look inside each of the new album’s songs.
In many ways, A New Kind of Horror is the aptest of titles – a new spin on an old topic. There’s no chance that either Anaal Nathrakh or humanity are done with their destruction yet. Out now on Metal Blade Records.
Stockport fuzz-trio Under are set to release their new album, Stop Being Naive, on October 30th, 2018 through APF Records and are streaming their new single, “Traitor’s Gate”, exclusively here.
On November 16, fans can celebrate the recorded legacy of musical icon and singer/songwriter Chris Cornell, with the 17-track self-titled album, Chris Cornell. Get more info here.