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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 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...

May 7, 2020

With our current times increasingly reassembling something out of the world’s most cack dystopian thriller flick, it’s no wonder so many people are turning their heads to the visually bleak aesthetic animated by post-rock and metal artists. However, the Sheffield post-metal outlet Archelon are a band that have long basked in the harrowed majesty associated with the genre, long before the world went dark. A band that’s approach to the genre is utt...

April 3, 2020

Despite hailing from an area blighted by excessive light pollution, Manchester’s Astral Bodies clearly have their eyes set on the stars above. With a profound fascination of the void above and it’s divine secrets, whilst the space obsessed post-metal trio may be relatively new to the game, their debut gives the impression of a group that have been scene mainstays for a considerable time. Recorded at No Studio alongside the esteemed Joe Clayton (P...

March 17, 2020

A band that calls the untouched majesty of Iceland their home, tonight's openers Kælan Mikla (7) present the monochrome effulgence associated with their headlining counterparts in innovative and newfound forms. Whereas their touring contemporaries pursue their atmospherics through metallic intensity, the Reykjavik trio weld the illusive power of draconian darkwave, swashing The Fleece with profane punk poetry and shimmering soundscapes that...

January 15, 2020

Following on from the first part of this feature, we present to you the second wave of artists set to make this year their own. From DIY feminist punk to blissful blackened post metal, 2020 is perfectly shaping up to be a year bountiful with brilliant groundbreaking music.

Related: Ones To Watch: Top Bands Set To Conquer 2020 | Part One

Dream Nails

Forming around the halfway mark of the last decade, the punk witches in Dream Nails have spent the pas...

November 21, 2019

We're living in a time where we're told that 'rock is dead' or 'heavy music is going out of fashion' more often than ever - but if you're a fan of heavy music, you know that this is far from the case. If anything, recent years have seen heavier genres enter into somewhat of a renaissance with elements from a plethora of genres being fused in new and interesting ways resulting in the creation of exciting, emerging sub-genres. With the constant exp...

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...

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