MFTJ return for a second outing with their brand of instrumental prog soup flavoured with art-rock, hip-hop, hard rock and psychedelia.
Dominic has written about music for several years for various outlets including Louder Than War magazine, The Sludgelord, Manchester Evening News and Cultural Bulletin.
Asphyx return to slay on their tenth album. Wrap up and get lost in the blizzard of destruction on Necroceros.
Frozen Soul release their debut album invoking the classic sounds of Stockholm death metal, Carcass and Bolt Thrower.
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou give us another four cuts from their much lauded 2020 collaboration, May Our Chambers Be Full.
Clara Engel sneaks a new album out before the end of 2020; A New Skin is a mysteriously brooding collection of dark folk songs.
Night Tapes return with another EP full of lush, city skyline gazing, dream-pop. The London trio deliver five songs to excite the senses.
December return with their third album, God Is Not A Man. This is an album full of passion, fire and glorious music.
Iron Maiden deliver another live set that documents their emphatic Legacy Of The Beast Tour on Nights Of The Dead, Live In Mexico City.
Empress blur the lines of many musical genres. Their music is full of depth and emotion and is soothing and haunting in equal measure.
Thou & Emma Ruth Rundle collaborate on a wondrous album that forms the latest instalment of Sacred Bones Records’ Alliance Series.
In the run up to the release of May Our Chambers Be Full from Thou and Emma Ruth Rundle we spoke to Andy Gibbs from Thou about the project.
Pallbearer return with their fourth full length album. Forgotten Days is a sublime album that pushes the Arkansas quartet further into the stratosphere.
Pallbearer are set to release their fourth album, Forgotten Days. We got the chance to speak to singer/guitarist, Brett Campbell, about the new LP.
Uniform guitarist Ben Greenberg joins us for an in-depth chat about the new Uniform album, the importance of music videos and the New York scene.
Uniform, New York noise merchants, return with their fourth full length LP; Shame. This is a suffocating and essential listen.