La Luz release a shining diamond of a fourth album, full of great songs, and their fabulous blend of harmonies, surf guitar, psychedelic keyboards, and an intoxicating dance beat.
Gareth is a contributor for Louder than War, and has previously contributed to Sonic Bandwagon, Room Thirteen and Mudkiss.
Baron Crâne release their fourth album Les Beaux Jours, and unleash a powerhouse of heavy fusion sounds and astonishing musicianship.
It’s an evening of full on death metal, as Glasgow’s very own Scordatura, make a welcome return to a packed Audio Glasgow.
Hamish Hawk releases an incredible new album, that marks the emergence of a supremely gifted musician, singer and writer.
Blue Rose Code return to Glasgow, with live music to make your heart soar and your feet move (once again) to get hip to the beat.
VOW release a stunning experimental EP, that forges new directions within metal.
Necronautical release a metal tour de force, on their fourth album, that takes the band into new and exciting musical territory.
Benjamin Croft releases a stunning musical treat of an album, that works together quite beautifully; jazz with rock, progressive and classical music.
Swallow The Sun release an incredible career spanning live album, covering all musical sides of this towering metal band from Finland.
At the Gates unleash their new album, The Nightmare Of Being. It stakes out new musical ground for the Swedish metal legends.
Counting Crows release the first in a series of musical suites, that provide an immersive and musically evocative soundtrack for our times.
A reformed Goodbye Mr Mackenzie unleash a live album, that demonstrates again, what a great live and musically unique band they are, and why we have missed them so much.
Gojira unleash their new album Fortitude which shows a band at the peak of their creative powers, combining full on metal, with an extraordinary range of other musical influences.
On their new album Witch Coven, Rorcal & Earthflesh have created a dynamic fusion of the black metal and doom metal genres together with other musical influences, It’s an intense listening experience that once again demonstrates the creative potential of metal.
Manchester black-metallers WODE return and show the step up that they have made. Burn In Many Mirrors is a huge album, with the one of the most dynamic metal sounds you are likely to hear this year.