New Jersey prog-metal group Binary Code recently added another chapter to their annals of crushing, technical metal with their…
In these quarantined, crazy crisis times, one thing we could all do with is crushing new music to wrap…
Richmond, Virginia’s metal trio, Holden—which consists of musicians Palmer Sturman (guitar/vocals), Sam Berson (bass), and Michael Arcane (drums)—just dropped…
With a furious brand of riff-heavy hardcore and powerviolence that could level buildings, Manchester trio Leeched return with their strongest and most harrowing release yet, To Dull the Blades of Your Abuse (Prosthetic Records).
It’s unfortunate, but a lot of the Hungarian and Central European music scene largely remains unknown to fans in North America and beyond. Well Hungarian post-metal band Perihelion are here to help. In a special guest blog, they share a quick primer on the history of Hungary’s underground metal scene.
Along with openers Windhand, post-metal instrumental band Russian Circles’ recent concert at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was utterly impressive. Their stark lighting effectively amplified the mood and menace of the material they were performing.
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.
Out October 13th via H42 Records, English post-rock outfit Sons of Alpha Centauri flex their collaborative muscles on Buried Memories, partnering with both Justin Broadrick and James Plotkin to deliver an intriguing and enthralling album.
Out September 20th via Metal Blade Records, A Dawn To Fear by Cult of Luna commands your focus and repays you with one of the most immersive and rewarding records likely to be seen this year.
Denver’s Dreadnought stole the show at their tour closer at Kansas City’s The Riot Room, supporting their latest release, Emergence. Openers Gravelord and Existem got the energy flowing with heavy riffs and good vibes.
Away from writing their new EP, All At Your Mercy, Manchester post-metal band Pleiades have weighed in with a massive 880 hours on Football Manager. We dragged them away from their screen for a minute to talk us through their Top 10 video games.
Deafheaven, Baroness and Zeal & Ardor recently delivered some sublime sonic chaos at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and we loved every minute of it.