Touché Amoré drop new single ‘Limelight’ feat. Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra, detail new record!


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May 5, 2020

Now entering their third active decade, Swedish doom/occult rockers Witchcraft kick off the 2020s with their new all-acoustic album Black Metal, their first release in 4 years following 2016’s Nucleus.

Witchcraft’s new release Black Metal breaks their habit of having a very long song as the closing track, in fact the whole album has a short running time, barely going over 30 minutes. Being an entirely acoustic album, it was bound to sound differen...

December 25, 2018

Since reforming in 2016 Swedish Doom machines Mourning Sign are set to release their latest, heaviest and if anything slightly more prog sounding doom venture Contra Mordum. The first release since the bands departure from the scene in 1997 making this release filled with a sense of headbanging nostalgia and enough new tricks up their sleeves to really show that Mourning Sign are back and are as strong as ever.

The album opens with track ‘Dualism’...

March 27, 2018

Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms may only be next door to their more well-known cousin Rock City but that doesn’t stop the venue having an identity quite all its own. Tonight it’s the turn of legendary gloom merchants Paradise Lost with support from Brighton’s upcoming epic doomsters King Goat whose debut Conduit set expectations sky-high for the young band. Not ones to rest on their laurels, however, they have finalising work on their sophomore effort ...

February 27, 2018

Metal has a tendency to lend itself to experimental song structures and epic sounding riffs. For some this sense of atmosphere is a powerful tool whilst to others it holds back the intensity of the heavy riffs. For those who feel it is a tool can find many of the offbeat and peculiar bands arising from beneath the surface. Taking roots from Melodic Metal, Doom and Shoegaze, Affasia are one of the bands just beneath the surface, energetically risi...

July 11, 2017

Arcanum is the latest outing from Staffordshire-based (mostly-) instrumental doomsters Space Witch. Clocking in at a mighty 44 minutes sprawled across just 4 tracks, Space Witch are clearly no strangers to writing long, long tracks.

‘Cosmonoid’ gets things moving, albeit at a pace slower than the average glacier. It’s slow, almost mournful to begin with, melody carried by the guitars and occasionally keys. We don’t actually see a change of pace un...

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