Whether it be by choice, or simply not yet their time, the following female-heavy bands are creating exciting, quality music, having yet to become household names, and for that we’re grateful. Get to know Guantanamo Baywatch, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, The Coathangers, Tacocat, and Peach Kelli Pop.
Mike Scheidt has turned his recent and terrifying experiences into an incredible work of heartfelt music. Our Raw Heart is an accomplished album from YOB, sure to keep resonating with listeners for years to come.
Supporting their latest album Resurrect, out via Unique Leader Records, French technical death metal quintet The Walking Dead Orchestra reveal six inspirational records that shape their pummelling, brutal sound.
And All Will Be Desolation, the second full-length release by Allfather, who hail from Kent in the UK, is a rallying cry and a targeted piece of aggression.
Hitting Brighton, UK’s Patterns on June 30th, Psychostick put on a show worthwhile of their reputation built by online videos. Support came from local comedy grindcore act Scumbag College, and Magna Carta.
Blurring sensuality and surrealism, Kontinuum’s new album, No Need to Reason, out via Season of Mist, creates a warm, inviting atmosphere that belies its post-metal foundations.
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.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honouring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #1 celebrates 1983’s Christine.
Without even knowing all the hype around Rachael Becker’s work at Heavy Leather NYC, there was still a certain feeling about unboxing such a finely crafted strap.
Francesca Lia Block’s The Thorn Necklace is a good read with useful information for using your past experiences and the power of the pen to exorcise your demons and, hopefully, affect the lives of your readers as well.
Supporting their new, seven-song sophomore EP Wake, Bryan, Texas-based rock trio Corusco listed the TOP 10 most underrated characters in the Harry Potter universe.
Instrumental prog-mathcore crew Masiro are back with a new EP on the horizon and, ahead of the release, Mike from the band sat down with us to discuss his favourite record shops.
Ahead of the July 20th release of their latest album via indie label Postmark Records, we caught up with Long Beach, California post-hardcore quartet Struckout to discuss the member's various formative albums.
Weekend one of Electric Forest came and went in a blur. The sights and sounds of the most interesting people and music seeming like blips of time and tiny specs of glitter lost in a beautiful forest haze. Here are some of the highs and lows of one magical weekend in Rothbury, MI.
On Ultra-Nihilism, Cape Town’s Skedel have managed to solve a mystery that has plagued many for over two decades: why have no bands ever successfully and entirely bridged the gap between black metal and industrial?
From the ashes of Dead Earth Politics rises Runescarred (surely named after one of Dead Earth Politics’ tracks?). The band’s debut EP, We Are, is a blast from start to finish.
DevilDriver rope in some of their metal buddies to give some Outlaw Country classics a bit of a metal makeover. How’s the end result? Read our thoughts here...
Dartford post-hardcore three-piece Tailblock attempt to take off with the release of sophomore EP Think Or Be.
Karli Woods, Joanie Brosas, Violet Love, LeeAnna Vamp and Brit Bliss... here are five of the must-see cosplayers attending Fan Expo 2018!
Black Flame (via Music For Nations) stays true to the sound that gave Bury Tomorrow their reputation, elevating everything they’ve done to date a notch or two resulting in a must-listen and potential album of the year.