York-based hardcore punk four-piece, Seep Away are readying the release of their first single in a year on Friday, July 28, “Matchstick Man”. Listen to the track here…
Prologue may only feature four tracks, but like the seas, this is a record that proves dangerous, powerful and calm.
Extreme tour grind machine Full Of Hell bring forth a concentrated grinding blast of near-perfection for their latest long anticipated masterwork Trumpeting Ecstacy.
Impassable Fears defies comprehension and stereotyping as it takes you on a journey through the weird and wonderful world of drone.
To help promote St. Catharines, ON-based rockers, OUTPUT’s new 7″ recording, not only are they set for their first Eastern Canadian tour, but we’re stoked to debut the lead single “Best Enemy”.
Post-psych-noise group Dead Waves first release with new member Jessica Reynoza drops today in the form of The Great Clock EP.
Marc Bourgon, known for his work in bands like Greber and Fuck the Facts, has teamed up with us to debut a new track, “Social Impressment,” from his forthcoming experimental project Cancelled.
New York’s hardcore/noise three-piece, Show Me The Body, have released the first taste of an upcoming body of work via the new song “Trash.”
Composing nightmare scores to be set to madness and despair, Gnaw Their Tongues tests your grimmest, darkest senses with Hymns for the Broken, Swollen and Silent. Deciphering the demon channeling’s latest out for Dec. 9th, 2016.
Tech metal heavyweights Ion Dissonance return with their first album in six years but have the Canadian outfit got what it takes to take their crown back? Read our review of Cast The First Stone here…
If you know, you already have it. If you don’t, you should read this and then go get it. Because this album is proof that Neurosis are still putting out incredible music. Read what you can expect and then go out and listen to yet another incredible release from one of the long-reigning champions of experimental heaviness.
Multicult have released their fourth full-length since 2010. Now the only question is: what does this mean for noise rock? Perhaps another question: is there such a need for such a big question? The answer is…yes. Details inside.
Imagine if Radiohead jammed with Godflesh while Mike Patton stood at the sides throwing in the odd scrap or two. Well, that’s what Mirrors For Psychic Warfare’s new album sounds like…
Layten Kramer makes his full-length debut in For the Sun, a celestial album made of futuristic folk-rock sounds.