Deafheaven have tried to do the best of both worlds. Like countless other bands, their touring plans were halted because of the pandemic – in a non-Covid world, they were supposed to be playing shows ...
Architects have done just that and the result will blow your mind to smithereens. Taking on London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall, these Brighton metalcore legends have spared no expense when it comes to ...
Enter, ‘Death of an Optimist’. Each of these 12 tracks buy into the idea of losing hope – a battle between continuing to fight, and giving up because frankly, what’s the point when nothing ever ...
For Welsh death metal heroes Venom Prison, that has come in the form of a spot of time travel; revisiting, re-recording, and re-releasing their first two EPs as a single album, titled ‘Primeval’. It’s ...
“Shall we drink to better days?” I Am The Avalanche’s Vinnie Caruana asks moments into the Brooklyn band’s latest record ‘Dive’. And, come to think of it, the way 2020 has gone, we might as well do ...
Like Moths To Flames are really turning up the heat on their new record ‘No Eternity In Gold’. With four LPs, four EPs, countless touring cycles and a decade of sculpting under their belts, the ...
Amidst the turmoil that is 2020, Redwood are here to provide some audio comfort. Since 2016, the Hertfordshire quintet have created luscious soundscapes, treading the fine line between emo and ...
If you’re angry, disaffected and frustrated, then you’re not the only one. Hardcore punk upstarts Newmeds have been stewing on these emotions in the depths of Hull, but they’re ready to break out – ...
How often does a band come around that dares to challenge not only the generic conventions of a genre but the whole ideology of one? Baltimore heavyweights Sharptooth have reared their ugly heads into ...
Old bands seem to always be reforming and coming back these days. It was still a surprise, though, to hear that Mr Bungle were getting back together, 20 years since their last record – the Mike Patton ...
Having spent years building a cult-like following with sonically punishing material and visually staggering live performances, Palm Reader have established themselves as a band worth paying attention ...
Since going M.I.A. in 2016, it would be easy to write off Seahaven as finished – a band only to be remembered for a distinct time and place. Alongside names such as Citizen, Turnover, Title Fight, and ...