‘68’s rock ‘n’ roll riot rages on with their new album, as they rip out another collection of electrical jolts with as much fun and frenzy as ever.
The breadth and beauty of Nordic post-rock is on full display on Spurv’s new album, held even higher by its own exploration and decadence.
On their newest mind-bending space-opera of an album, TesseracT once again launch djent into the stratosphere with a towering monolith to their greatness.
Jeff Rosenstock’s newest album comes loaded with the wit, grit and spit of a punk lifer, and the punch that comes by its side.
For a black-metal album that won’t redefine the sound but delivers solidly on its pre-existing tenets, Nixil’s newest album has got you covered.
Another stellar work of emo and post-hardcore comes courtesy of Fiddlehead, who’ve proceeded to condense all previous experience into what might be its best form yet.
Ever the underrated favourites, URNE’s newest sees them continue to grow and flourish with grand, powerful exploration within the depths of metal.
The return of Mutoid Man is exactly as wild and weird as you could hope for, while also being some pretty damn great heavy music in its own right.
Returning with as much noise and untethered creativity as ever, Oxbow’s newest full-length is as fine an addition to their catalogue of volatile delights as ever.
As frayed and frenetic as you like, Snõõper bring together their past works for a hugely worthwhile garage-rock riot.