Peter Knight has waved his wand (cunningly disguised as a bow) and magically transformed traditional into new mesmerising tunes on the new Gigspanner release From Poets To Wives.
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.
The new single AND video from KK Hammond – her Devil Kin Blues is a brooding stormer to feast upon.
News of the upcoming live album from French atmospheric rockers Klone.
Bewitcher return with their third album, Cursed Be Thy Kingdom. It’s the band’s first release on Century Media.
Elly Kellner has done it again! More melodic reflections from The most Melancholy Lady of the Lowlands.
At The Barrier, we cover many albums, but there’s also a lot of new music around that takes single form too. These singles are from artists that have caught our attention, and we want to dive in deeper to the tracks. Here are a few select choices from Jordan Dean, Raw Soul Express, Jack Rose, Vinok and Tommy Newport for the next instalment of our Singles Round Up.
Cannibal Corpse return with another devastating, tectonic shifting album. Violence Unimagined is their fifteenth studio effort.
Kate Rusby offers a thoroughly professional production allowing us, despite being as far from the stage as we could possibly be, to feel ever so close.
Already receiving rave reviews from the likes of Prog Magazine, Scala Radio and BBC Introducing, Morpheus Project’s Mozaick is a must listen album with elements of progressive rock at its core.
The Vintage Caravan revive their retro rock template for another outing. Their new album – Monuments – is out on Napalm Records on 16th April.
Anna Laube’s fifth release Annamania will bring a breath of fresh air to your spring listening with a joyful mix of country sounds.
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.