As overblown, blistering and gory as ever, Sanguisugabogg’s newest album pulls out all the stops for an NSFW death metal delight.
Holding Absence arrived in Liverpool last week, accompanied by Void Of Vision and Mayback, and blew the roof off as always. Check out our full review right here
With a refreshed lineup and some even more visceral stripes of post-hardcore onboard, Dream State’s new taster EP points to them maybe becoming better than ever.
The Soundboard Stereo returns with some upgrades, as we talk films in The Banshees Of Inisherin, Black Adam and Aftersun, as well as the usual musical fare from Beyoncé, piri & tommy and Blondie.
Vibrancy and vigour colours XL LIFE’s debut full-length, making the hardcore riotousness sing even louder.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Zebrahead is arguably the least impactful story, against an excellent debut from Holy Popes, and Flatspot Records’ compilation of new hardcore heavyweights.
On an album of pop-punk and country covers, Alex Melton delivers a debut that’s as weightless as they come, but still has a solid bit of fun to it.
Their newest album of dense, experimental prog and electronica finds Aiming For Enrike shooting for the stars, and hitting every time.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wide variety of sounds encompassed, from SKÁLD’s enrapturing Nordic-folk, to For I Am King’s dazzling progressive metal, and some stellar ‘90s-flavoured hardcore from Riot Stares.
Moving into more layered, meditative post-punk brings more out of The Murder Capital than ever before, for a massive step up from previous work.