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September 15, 2020

The debut album by Fires In The Distance is something of a happy accident; the first song written for what eventually formed the band wasn’t written for them at all. Initially written by Yegor (guitars/keys), Kyle (drums) and Craig (bass/vocals) for their main band Archaic Decapitator they soon realised the music just didn’t fit and they needed to do it justice. Bringing in guitarist/vocalist Kristian Grimaldi, they formed Fires In The Distance t...

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 17, 2020

Returning after a decade long absence, those now loyal to the UK doom scene would be forgiven by most for being ignorant to Atavist’s namesake. However, it’s difficult to imagine the state of such atmospheric contemporaries such as Moloch, Wren and even Pijn without the existence of the band. Forming in 2004 and releasing two full lengths prior to entering hibernation towards the end of the naughties, to say Atavist were ahead of their time would...

May 17, 2020

After 32 years and pioneering the death/doom genre as well as a revival of gothic-tinged melancholy, it’s fair to say that Paradise Lost have had a storied career, and sixteenth album Obsidian is an accurate summation of that career so far. Since reintroducing vocalist Nick Holmes’ cavernous death growls on The Plague Within after a near-decade of morose, baritone crooning, the band have been on an absolute tear with the aforementioned Plague… an...

March 6, 2020

It’s easy to assume that every artist has an expiry date attached to them, and there comes a point where any new material they release simply doesn’t live up to the calibre of their earlier work. However, there are some bands that never seem to slow down and even decades into their career will still release material that is very highly praised by fans and critics alike. Nowhere is this idea of a band not slowing down more apparent (and ironic) th...

January 3, 2020

British doom metal stalwarts My Dying Bride have shared details of a new record coming our way this year. 

The Ghost Of Orion will be released in March 2020, the news has been accompanied by the release of new single 'Your Broken Shore'. The track has a video scheduled for release on the 10th of January, but is available to be head-banged to below: 


The new record finds My Dying Bride...

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