Thirty years as masters of extreme Metal – the Behemoth flame still burns fiercely.
Winterfylleth return to Manchester and promise something very special with a great supporting bill.
Extreme metal trio Wiegedood rip up the black metal rule book to expose and explore the filth that makes us.
Behemoth release In Absentia Dei; their lockdown streaming event which takes their musical and aesthetic presentation to brand new levels.
Doodswens release their debut album Lichtvrees, and infuse black metal with a range of influences and new creative directions.
On a cold Monday night in Glasgow, Svalbard attract a very sizeable and appreciative audience which is a testament to the respect in which this band is held in the metal community.
MØL release new album Diorama, and dazzle our senses with a sublime combination of black metal and shoegaze.
Dauþuz return with another industrious slab of black metal mined from the depths of the German underworld.
Glasgow’s Stereo venue are ready to welcome back Winterfylleth; a band that always delivers live, with a style of black metal that is uniquely their own.
Wolves In The Throne Room return with a stirring offering of black metal for the soul. Primordial Arcana is a succinct and splendid record.
Necronautical release a metal tour de force, on their fourth album, that takes the band into new and exciting musical territory.
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.
Mork with their fifth album Katedralen have created a ferocious and unsettling take on the black metal genre.
Deafheaven release 10 Years Gone; a live album in lieu of not being able to tour for their ten year anniversary. It’s rather special.
Vampire return from the murky depths of their old town Gothenburg dwellings to deliver another wickedly blazing record, and a career highlight.