Pokey LaFarge returns with his new album, Rock Bottom Rhapsody; a personal story of getting to the bottom of the glass and beyond.
The dark folk/black metal crossover of Myrkur immerses us in traditional Scandinavian storytelling that has a resonance with our modern world.
Folk fused singer songwriter Pete Morton releases his first set of new songs since 2015 with A Golden Thread, out on Further Records.
It’s a lot harder to describe the Bootyard Bandits than it is to fall in love with their heavy-country-sleaze-rock from Worcester.
Peter Knight’s Gigspanner Big Band follow up their live work with as an impressive a debut as you’ll find. Anywhere. It’s called Natural Invention.
Bay Area thrash legends Testament return with an album that fearlessly barrages with suitably titanic grit, unleashing a record that belies everything the band does best in devastating fashion.
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.
The fourth studio album from Siobhan Miller, one of the key singer-songwriters to emerge from Scotland in recent times. All Is Not Forgotten is a beautifully crafted set.
Faceless Mirror deliver a blues/country/classic rock album with Journey Home that certainly tickles our fancy.
Audio wave riding high priest of the sonic spheres boycalledcrow and, experimental artist and remixer Xqui have teamed up to bring you their debut album under the name of Wonderful Beasts.
Phil Saatchi releases Sun Come Up which showcases the many strings to his bow.
Live! In London is the tenth album by Sean Taylor and is an excellent summary of the man, his music and his history.
So here we are once more. The 1983 debut album from infamous prog rockers Marillion gets re-issued with all the trimmings almost forty years after the initial release.
Night Flight – a new name but who’ve made an impression with their White Noise EP on CRC Records.
Guardians by August Burns Red is easily one of the most anticipated metal records of this year. Anything but perfection here would be a disaster. Handily perfection is what we get.