Alex Webster is a part of a truly pioneering band. Cannibal Corpse are about to release their fifteenth studio album entitled Violence Unimagined.
Could der Mist be the next big thing out of Scotland. Check out our review of their self-titled debut album.
We welcome Them Bloody Kids to the site as they write for our Why I Love column. Each member of the London based trio gives us their take on why they love the mighty System Of A Down.
The lockdown collection from The Pineapple Thief frontman Bruce Soord runs to a four disc package.
Dark, Macabre, Unhinged, Unsettling. Meet Amigo The Devil. Enjoy the Born Against album. If you dare.
British country-pop singer/songwriter Twinnie will release a reimagined 5-track EP in celebration of the 1-year anniversary of her debut studio album.
Rose Simpson gives a fascinating insight to the life, times and adventures of the psychedelic folk pioneers – The Incredible String Band
Showcasing how alternative music is always a world to get lost in, LearningToDive arrive with Norwegian Pop. Not for the faint-hearted.
Fifth album from Cambridge hard rockers The Treatment packed with classic riffs and Hard Rock hooks.
Nad Sylvan changes direction to interpret the poems of Irish Romantic poet WB Yeats, showing his creative credentials on Spiritus Mundi.
The 20th album from the irrepressible Cheap Trick and they’re still all alright.
Languid portraits of a world in turmoil from London based Brisbanite MF Tomlinson on the Strange Time album.
Brand new collaborative score between Gazelle Twin & Max Wardener for soon-to-be-released supernatural thriller The Power.
How to deal with severe trauma – all dressed up in a warm acoustic folk cocoon from Cardiff’s Quiet Marauder
Stefano Panunzi blends ambience with art rock while visiting several stop offs on the way on Beyond The Illusion.