With 2017’s Caustic album (their second full-length), Primitive Man proved without a doubt that they are more than capable…
If you’re looking for freedom, do not attempt to escape. We repeat, do not attempt to escape. Because escape…
Italian heavy noise duo OvO is an underground phenomenon that has been rattling eardrums and smashing preconceptions for twenty…
We tracked down Seb Alvarez for a chat about his band meth., their background, the low-down on why seeing them live is a wholly different experience than listening on record and their new Prosthetic Records album Mother of Red Light.
“Shapes” is not only the latest single from Toronto group Shallow Waves, but also marks a new direction in their now alt/garage rock sound… and oh yes, it’s our latest free, high-quality song download.
We entered a rabbit hole called The Gerogerigegege and it lead directly to the Japan’s noise punk music scene, one which shared (and continues to share) space with the gay and BDSM scenes simultaneously. There we began to understand a mysterious band surrounded by bondage, masturbation, secrecy and noise.
STOP! what you’re doing…. we’ve got a special one for you today, with the premiere of “Schluss,” the latest track from Swiss noise rock duo, Bunkr.
Beastland evokes a nostalgic response through its use of industrial tropes and inspires through its unique instrumental approach but Author & Punisher ultimately rely too heavily on novelty of approach in a woefully disinterested, uninformed musical climate.
Merseyside’s God Complex have released a video for their brutal new single “Slumlord”. Check out this unashamed three minutes of vitriol here.
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.
A perfect accompaniment to the happiest, saddest and even most marvellously drugged-out moments of your life, Kingston, Ontario-based noise pop trio Deux Trois expound on their Health EP with a track-by-track breakdown.
Portland, Oregon’s shoegaze quartet, The Prids have packed their bags and stowed their carry-on as they lift off for a short UK run which kicks off on July 3rd in Manchester.
Uniform and The Body’s Sacred Bones collaboration, Mental Wounds Not Healing, includes stomping post-punk riffs, harsh noise walls, static-drenched doom crawls, damage rave rhythms, and a hell of a lot of hurt.