New Ways Of Living: Track By Track With The Winter Passing


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June 4, 2020

Throughout its long and illustrious history Heavy music has arguably never been stronger or more exciting than it is now in 2020. The talent pool has never been deeper and the continued and rising popularity of festivals such as Bloodstock, Download and Hell Fest only further solidify the music’s importance.

The next band coming up on the conveyor belt of emerging talent are Melbourne’s own LUNE. Their new EP Ghost is due for release on 12th June...

May 13, 2020

When thinking about Doom Metal, it’s highly unlikely that your mind goes straight towards Osaka, Japan. But since forming in 2012 two guys performing under the name BlackLab have been on a mission to change that.

Named after Black Sabbath and Stereolab and crafting songs best listened to in a darkened room BlackLab are back with the cheerily titled Abyss. And yes, in case you were wondering, it is every bit as dark, gloomy and downright hellish as...

April 15, 2020

With members hailing from India, Iraq, Iran and Lebanon, Dubai based Metal quartet Svengali are the very definition of multi-cultural. Each member brings their own unique musical influences to the table and from that melting pot comes the new album Sayonara.

Serving as the follow up to 2015’s Theory Of Mind the band describe the album as “a representation of the last five years of our lives – which spans from being homeless and living in a car in...

March 4, 2020

Nothing says intrigue like a new Hardcore EP which aims to explore everything and anything Between Life. Not content with merely focussing on life and death, Typecaste are determined to go one better, and delve into all of the grey areas, the uncertain and the downright murky.

‘Memento Mori’ (A Latin phrase meaning ‘Remember that you must die’) sets the tone both lyrically and sonically. It’s short, sharp, straight to the point as well as being de...

February 4, 2020

13 songs. 35 minutes.

That’s exactly how long the new album from The Good The Bad And The Zugly, (GBZ), Algorithm & Blues, will assault and batter your senses. In simple terms it’s everything that you’d expect from the band by now and then some.

GBZ’s 4th album is a bombastic display of Punk Rock aggression and hard-hitting anger, that would make 1980’s Seattle proud. But that’s not to say that there isn’t the odd curveball thrown in for good measu...

December 3, 2019

Swedish Heavy Metal with a healthy dose of Motorhead influence, a match made in heaven, right? Well, that’s what Gothenburg based Metal practitioners Bombus are aiming for with the release of their brand-new album Vulture Culture.

The band’s fourth full length record is a loud, proud, no frills attached brute of an album. From the gritty vocals of Feffe Berglund to the thundering rhythm section, which drives the band relentlessly forwards, Bombus...

November 13, 2019

To try and describe Golden Core’s music in basic terms of genre and style would be more than futile. The Norwegian duo’s music is a fuzzy blend of Norse mythology, US Stoner Metal and a hell of a lot of noise. Fimbultýr serves as the bands second full length album, follow up to 2017’s aptly titled Norwegian Stoner Machine and what an album it is. 

If you’re worried that Norwegian Black Metal shrouded in mythology, heavy riffs and blood curdling s...

October 8, 2019

M:40’s music has been described as Hardcore Crust Punk Metal, and never before has a description been so fitting. The Swedish five piece avoid melodies like the plague, favouring instead to beat you to death with a series of fast and furious riffs while screaming in your face. Sound slightly unsettling and aggressive? Well then, it’s working.

The Lidköping natives have been away for nearly 7 years but they are back, and more ferocious than ever. T...

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