Charlotte Wessels steps out on her own after 15 years in Delain. Tales From Six Feet Under documents her output as she released a song a month over 2020/21.
Dominic has written about music for several years for various outlets including Louder Than War magazine, The Sludgelord, Manchester Evening News and Cultural Bulletin.
Senjutsu is Iron Maiden’s 17th full length album. Does the lightening continue to strike the band that seems to be in a constant purple patch?
Wolves In The Throne Room return with a stirring offering of black metal for the soul. Primordial Arcana is a succinct and splendid record.
Orange Goblin get the reissue treatment from Cherry Red Records for their sixth album, Healing Through Fire; remastered and expanded with a wealth of live goodies.
We caught up with Orange Goblin’s Ben Ward ahead of the reissue of their 2007 album, Healing Through Fire on Cherry Red Records.
Savana Funk return with a brand new album choc full of powerful and psychedelic grooves and a graduation from trio to quartet.
Brighton based Stranger Girl return with their brand new EP full of foot stomping indie pop rock.
Emma Denney releases her brand new single, Chemicals. If you like your lyrics personal and your synths all warm and fuzzy then this is for you.
We take a look at some of the most recent heavy metal releases from the world of heavy metal. Our round up takes us to Europe and South America.
We spoke to Maxim about the collaborative project with Dan Pearce and how it all came together, as well as speaking about music, his previous art pieces, presentation aesthetics and a little about The Prodigy.
We take a look at a handful of recently released singles from vulpes, Venus Grrrls, TONYB., Morly and Lingua Ignota. They are all unique and wonderful.
Tim Muddiman is an artist/musician who has been in Gary Numan’s band for many years. We spoke to him about his new art exhibition and much more.
Steve Von Till has blazed a trail in music for over two decades. He has turned his hand to many styles. His latest solo offerings are the neo-classical A Deep Voiceless Wilderness and a collection of poetry readings in Harvestman: 23 Untitled Poems.
Boss Keloid return with their fifth long player of wondrous progressive heavy metal destined to stir your soul.
Moby returns with a collection of reimagined songs from his vast and eclectic musical career; complete with a wide array of special guests.