King Mothership Announce Album Details And Reveal First Single


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August 7, 2020

It’s hard to believe that it’s been seven whole years since the last album, 2013’s Absent Light, from metalcore stalwarts Misery Signals. Not only is it their first release in quite some time, it’s also the first with the original lineup, reunited for the first time since their debut in 2004, the excellent Of Malice and the Magnum Heart. Since reforming that lineup for tenth anniversary shows in 2014, the band have quietly beavered away on new mu...

July 9, 2020

Canadian progressive metallers Voivod have been at this a while; since their thrash/speed metal roots in the 1980s, the band have undergone multiple evolutions and metamorphoses to emerge in their current form, playing a blend of thrash and progressive metal that has elevated them to being one of the ‘big four’ of Canadian thrash. 

Having been fairly quiet since the release of their last album The Wake in 2018, it’s apt that Voivod are re-emerging...

June 26, 2020

Kent progressive post-metallers Ohhms are on the cusp of releasing their latest album Close; initially conceived of as the final part in a trilogy of works that began with 2014’s Bloom and was followed by Cold in 2015, Close does exactly that, coming full circle and is their most introspective work yet. 

With its mellow beginnings, all laconic drums and clean guitar, one thing opener ‘Alive!’ does well is to invite a false sense of security as aft...

June 25, 2020

“This album is an attempt to present that complexity (history as open structure) in the simple form of a rock band,” says guitarist/synth player Kohhei Matsuda, “or more precisely: it is a rock band questioning itself as to what it could be in this time of bedroom producers, alternative R&B, and modern hip-hop. If this apparent history of music has its root somewhere, and that root leads to this present moment when rock bands are being pushed asi...

June 24, 2020

We need to talk about Exocrine. No, really. Since forming in 2015 the French tech-death noisemongers have gone from strength to strength, culminating in 2018’s Molten Giant - a concept record about a giant kaiju monster bursting forth from a volcano and drowning the world in lava. Two years on and the band are releasing their fourth full-length, Maelstrom, arecord encapsulating their love of the kaiju genre and this time featuring a giant kraken,...

June 23, 2020

UK-based noiseniks Wren have been underground darlings for some time and are set to unleash their third album Groundswells upon an unsuspecting world, promising “six melancholy-shrouded ruminations”, taking aim at fans of Neurosis, ISIS and Godflesh

Opening dirge ‘Chromed’ immediately sets the scene, arriving unheralded with a thunderous drum fill before jagged riffing and cathartic roars make themselves known. The band employ repeated riff patt...

June 18, 2020

There’s a lot to be angry about in the world right now - the rise of the far right and neo-fascism, systemic racism, hatred of anything and anyone different than the white, cis-gendered “norm”, *deep breath*. impending ecological collapse, a giant recession looming on the horizon AND a global pandemic ravaging the planet. It’s exhausting just to type that out but to give in to apathy and just accept it is to lie about the possibility of a better...

June 18, 2020

Since forming in 2001 and bursting onto the scene with the sprawling narrative that was Kezia, Protest The Hero have amassed themselves a sizeable following and a reputation for technical wizardy in their arrangements and vocalist Rody Walker’s astonishing vocal range. During the anniversary tour for Fortress, however, Rody suffered horrific vocal issues that nearly derailed them and almost forced him to hang up the mic for good, so it’s fair to...

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