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September 16, 2020

Despite being newcomers to the realm of blackgaze and all things related, Sheffield's Hidden Mothers have already forged a remarkable reputation for themselves. Following a succession of shows with the likes of Blanket, Planes Mistaken For Stars and Wren, the quintet have more than proved their worth as a unit capable of mirroring the ravaging intensity of their influences. Whilst the Northern live circuit has experienced this first hand, Hidden...

September 15, 2020

 Photo: Natasha Koziarska

Despite such a genre being synonymous with lauded international acts such as Deafheaven, Oathbreaker and MØL – just to name a few – the UK is home to an underground contemporary black metal scene that is awash with festering talent. Granted, our island nation may not be currently be globally renowned for it’s blackgaze scene, but that’s abound to change very soon, a fact that Hidden Mothers will make certain.


November 13, 2019

For several years, an entity has been rumbling within the blackened confines of the DIY scene. However, as of late, such rumblings have turned into deafening roars from the void. Masterfully fusing agonised black metal, awe-inspiring post-metal and emotional shoegaze, Earth Moves are finally receiving the acclaim and attention they have been deserving of for years. A collective for our turbulent modern times we are all unfortunate enough to...

October 10, 2019

Deafheaven, Toucheé Amoré and Portrayal Of Guilt. Yep, this was a real line up and yes it was as brilliant as it sounds. Check out Kieran Gallop's shots of the evening below and for a full run down of the evening's events check out our live review here!

October 10, 2019

Photo: Kieran Gallop | GLK Media

Whilst it may be a Sunday evening, a time typically reserved for rest and quiet contemplation, Portrayal Of Guilt (9) are anything but gently pacifying. Majestically riding high following the release of their most recent EP Suffering Is A Gift, the Texan quintet are both severely violent and callously contemplative this evening. Drawing inspiration from authentic Nordic extremity before marring it with potent and s...

Photo: Dean Harries (WeTheDee)

The UK's best small festival came to town (or more accurately, a muddy field in Bristol) for its 2019 outing featuring arguably its best lineup ever, if not the best weather forecast. Punters have been arriving in droves since Wednesday night and with more on the way today, five thousand people will be descending on Fernhill Farm for a weekend of post-rock, math-rock, noise rock, extreme metal and absolutely everythi...

June 14, 2019

Back in February 2018 we published an introducing feature on one danish blackgaze act titled MØL. Within that said article we hailed the act to the future of the lucrative global blackgaze movement and scene; a lofty claim indeed. Clearly however we weren’t incorrect with our judgements. Since the release of their simply phenomenal debut in April of that year the Danish blackened shoe gazers arose to become the prominent leaders of the European b...

September 13, 2018

 Photo: Carl Battams

As the masses furiously down coffee to subdue those ever-lethal end of festival hangovers, the Frenchmen in Jean Jean (7.5) take to the breezy air to provide the visceral soundtrack to everyone’s hungover extensional crisis. Supplying post-rock with substantively cinematic influence, the group’s output carries enough emotional and climatic heft to rival the work of Hans Zimmer. With the group performing content from their most...

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