She’s whipped up one tasty Sad Girl Breakfast with her latest recording but what does it all mean? Lauren Lakis, whose new EP is due this spring via Cavity Search Records, discusses her five fave Women of Rock, and living in the moment.
Troll’s second album, Legend Master, out April 12th via Shadow Kingdom Records, is a meandering, yet still gripping narrative that is as much Tolkien as Asimov in its content, full of tense, dynamic compositions that balance riff and melody to great effect.
Last Wednesday night, amid a freezing rain downpour in Toronto, Corrosion Of Conformity, along with Crowbar, The Obsessed, and Mothership, played to an absolutely jam-packed crowd at The Opera House.
The haze is returning for a third consecutive year! Calgary’s 420 Music & Arts Festival will be returning again this year April 18th to 20th, featuring headliners Crobot, Valley of the Sun, Disenchanter.
Skin of Earth’s Burn Barrel EP, out December 28, 2018, via Sump Pump Records, is a brief effort that seems to work best as a background soundtrack accompanying your daily activities.
In all, -aire (Equal Vision Records) stands up as a strong sophomore album for The End of the Ocean. It clings slightly too tightly to its influences to truly stand out, but when those influences stand among the greatest of post-rock’s luminaries, the resulting music is always going to sound great.
Blot & Bod, a three-piece from Copenhagen, achieve a frenetic symbiosis between raw, low-end black metal and punk delivered with infectious aplomb on Ligæder, a vinyl re-release of their 2017 debut, out on February via Iron Bonehead Productions.
In this exclusive video clip, Nailed To Obscurity go hunting for extreme metal albums and discuss two of their finds Gothic by Paradise Lost and Death Cult Armageddon by Dimmu Borgir.
After a decade-long break, Forest of Shadows have returned with Among the Dormant Watchers via Inverse Records. Seeping with atmosphere and emotion, it’s one for fans old and new, and any doom metal connoisseurs.
Mad God unleash a stoner doom storm from South Africa and, with Grotesque and Inexorable, we have something really special on our hands.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get bleaker, Viennese industrial post-rock quartet Phal:Angst drop their official “Despair II” video and shit gets heavy. New Phase IV EP out now via Bloodshed666 Records.
Sometimes the only way to power through a gloomy Tuesday is by fighting fire with fire, so we’re blasting away the dark, cloudy weather with a “A Form To Be” video premiere from LA industrial metal trio, Fact Pattern.
Happy Thanksgiving to our brothers from the south! In celebration of the creators of Black Friday, we we honour the prince of darkness, Ozzy Osborne, and his band Black Sabbath, not to mention the Americanos Pantera and Black Flag.