Ahab are set to release their first live album; Live Prey. We were able to catch up with frontman Daniel Droste in the run up to the release.
Dominic has written about music for several years for various outlets including Louder Than War magazine, The Sludgelord, Manchester Evening News and Cultural Bulletin.
Atavist are back having reformed in 2017 after a ten year hiatus. As one of the UK’s most devastating death/doom bands, they have returned with a new album; III: Absolution.
The Prince back catalogue gets further reissue treatment. This batch centres on one of Prince’s lesser known (to the lay fan) creative peaks.
Feel the wrath of Californian heavyweights Xibalba, showing no mercy and keeping their cultural message intact with their fourth full-length Años En Infierno.
Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy, one of Britain’s finest songwriters, returns after nearly a decade with Banana Skin Shoes.
Portable Radio return with a follow up to their Christmas EP; and a pre-cursor to their forthcoming album.
“Requiem (Live at Roadburn 2019)” marks the bombastic conclusion of a project over 30 years in the making: The legendary Celtic Frost/Triptykon “Requiem” performed for the first time in its entirety and with full classical orchestration by the Dutch Metropole Orkest.
Winterfylleth plug back in in devastating fashion on The Reckoning Dawn to deliver another untouchable album of black metal.
Vamp is the debut album from Lux Lyall. A string of great singles and music videos gave us a sense of the musical noir that awaits from the this pop poet provocateur.
In the wake of Norway’s Inferno Festival having to cancel, Wolcensmen joined the ranks in live streaming a concert for the masses to enjoy.
Passepartout Duo have put together a truly wonderful piece of art, on many levels, for their first full length album.
Astrological alt. rock band, Venus, are set to release their first EP after three top notch singles in 2019. Watch out for this band in 2020.
Sky Valley Mistress release their debut album, Faithless Rituals. It feels like it has been a long time coming, but by God it’s worth it!
Elvis Costello asks us to trust him on his latest jaunt with The Imposters. As it turns out, you can always place your trust in such wonderful artists to deliver.
Playing as main support to Elvis Costello, Ian Prowse delivers a lesson in how to warm up a crowd.