Omgeving is the new project formed by Distillator member Franck Johanson. The multi-instrumentalist has soared into the astral planes with his debut record, Widje Wijdte, blending black metal, doom, and more.
Daemonia Nymphe give insight into their fascinating recording process and Ancient Greek music, which is alive and well on their latest record, Psychostasia.
Out now via Metal Blade Records / Pelagic Records, The Ocean’s eighth full-length album, Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic, is more of their same successful formula; dramatic openings, emotional-filled endings, and signature blood curdling barking vocals.
Mad God unleash a stoner doom storm from South Africa and, with Grotesque and Inexorable, we have something really special on our hands.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #9 celebrates 1998’s Blade, starring Wesley Snipes, released in 1998 via New Line Cinema.
One thing that is clearly identifiable from the latest release, Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out!, is that Argos has set his ambition aside after thirteen years and has become much more modest.
Focused, who recently released his Bad Meat LP, is a Toronto-based rapper who joins us to chronicle his journey through the technologically evolving music scene of the last two decades.
And just like that, another month is ova! We don’t know about you guys, but we’re definitely dreading the malls, so instead we’ll give you our weekly treat of solid tunes from back in the day, including System of a Down, Papa Roach and Breaking Benjamin.
In this special guest blog, 23-year-old Minneapolis, Minnesota-born alt artist, Call Me Karizma, forgets about music for a moment to reflect on his lifelong struggles with mental health and how he copes on a day-to-day basis.
On Heir to Despair, Japan’s Sigh have, as usual, taken the road less travelled and released yet another fresh, genre-defying album of progressive, avant-garde black metal. This approach may not guarantee popularity, but they can definitely sleep the sleep of the artistically fulfilled.
It is one again that joyous time of the year and we are running down the Top 10 Christmas songs that’ll get you in the spirit while staying true to your favourite heavy artists, including Motionless In White, Type O Negative, Issues, Breathe Carolina, All Time Low and more.
It’s not an easy task to create uplifting hardcore music, but CardiaC undoubtedly achieve just that. Their latest offering, Mañana No Serà Otro Día Igual, via Tenacity Music, is bone-crunchingly heavy throughout, and the driving energy never lets up.
All in all, this is a fine example of AFI’s talents and demonstrates the band’s ability to write crowd-pleasing music. The Missing Man is simply a taster, and this appetizer will leave you hungry for more!
Cincinatti pop-rock quintet Colly, who recently dropped their single “Shelter Me” on Paid Vacation Records, join us for a Stereo Six to list the records that have most influenced their sound.
Supporting all-female rockers Hinds, both Fling and Sports Team gave good accounts of themselves on a Thursday night in tiny Leeds venue. Check out our review here.
Northern Ireland’s alt-rock trio, Therapy?, triumph with a superb London show at O2 Academy Islington, promoting new album Cleave out now on Marshall Records. Openers were King Creature.
We will, we will... give you four ways Rami Malek absolutely nails the role of Freddie Mercury in the recent Bohemian Rhapsody film.
Classic industrial metal band Pitchshifter, along with Earthtone9, hit The Garage in London for a show that proved the fact that both bands’ music has stood the test of time.
The ever growing popular keto fat bomb is becoming a mainstay snack in the ketogenic diet. Toronto chef Danny P. lays out all you need to do with his “Bongripper Fat Bombs” recipe.
Sabaton inductees need look no further than Carolus Rex – this is the album that encapsulates the band’s unique style and sensitive subject matter, whilst still delivering a full-length that maintains consistency after six years.