Swiss quartet The Erkonauts are back with their third album, I Want It To End, which continues to develop…
London band Temples On Mars have released a reworking of “So In Love With Your Own Drug” from their new EP and you can check it out here.
UK indie/prog outfit Gold Key lock themselves away in complete isolation to record their second album. Read our thoughts on “Panic Machine” here.
An album that satisfies the needs of black, death and progressive audiences, with a clear and intellectual concept that is somehow still a joy to listen to? Dark Fortress prove their worth to Century Media as they tick all these boxes on Spectres From The Old World.
Aarhus, Denmark-based progressive rock band Isbjörg just released the music video for their “Supine” single, and you’ve got to check it out.
Ahead of the release of long-running German black metal institution Dark Fortress’ new album, Spectres From the Old World, we were lucky enough to have a chat to long-running guitarist and songwriter, V. Santura, about the band, the new disc and their upcoming first tour on American soil.
British progressive metal band Monuments have just released a new single called “Animus,” the first new work featuring vocalist Andy Cizek and the reintroduction of drummer Mike Malyan.
Norwegian loop-rocking Aiming for Enrike just delivered their new album, Music for Working Out (January 10, 2020, on Pekula Records) and it’s an exotic mixture of jazz, electronica, funk and pop all combining in a visceral kaleidoscope of sound.
The Thelema-inspired doom of Caronte, with Schammasch’s ritualistic blackened death, rounded off by the no-nonsense black metal assault of Enthroned: what more could any self-respecting Luciferian occultist ask for a pleasant night? Well done to District 19 for putting together a great show at Netherlands’ P60 Pop Podium.
Having just released their new album, Onirica, we sat down with Nottingham prog-metal band Fjords to get their thoughts on the top bands of the genre. Read their picks here.
Released 40 years ago this week (November 30, 1979), via Columbia Records, Pink Floyd’s The Wall is recognized widely as one of rock’s all-time bestselling, and most iconic albums. Four decades later, it still feels like comforting hug from a special high school friend.
Dark, eerie and aggressive. That’s what progressive heavy metal group Soundscapes, featuring Sacred Oath’s Rob Thorne, deliver with the premiere of their brand new “Hourglass” lyric video.
The mighty American alliance, YYNOT returned this fall with their spectacular ten-song sophomore set, Resonance. And what a gorgeous slab of solid progressive hard rock it is!
True North (Century Media) is a far different beast to its predecessor, Winter Thrice; a fresh recollection of Borknagar’s early days, coming across as a rawer, simpler and more authentic reinterpretation of nature-themed Norse blackened folk metal that nevertheless stays true to the band’s signature sound.