Underground UK tech legends, The Arusha Accord, have announced their first recorded output in seven years with the upcoming Juracan EP.
Converge have released their new micro-EP Beautiful Ruin the surprise EP that we all knew was coming.
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How do you follow on from a classic album? The oft-forgotten price of success is "expectation", and it’s this pressure that has followed Voices since the release of London. With new release, Frightened, have they tried and catch lightning in a bottle for the second time?
Sometimes an album comes along that you know is special before you’ve even heard it. You just get this gut feeling. I had that gut feeling with Rivers of Nihil’s third full-length album. Could I have been mistaken?
Ghost have today announced the release date for the upcoming album, along with some rather monstrous artwork.
The music world was less than shocked yesterday when issues surrounding Michael Keene’s heroin use caused everyone but Keene to leave tech-death band, The Faceless. But are metal fans talking about the problem in the right way?
Members quitting The Faceless isn't really news at this point, but Keene getting called out by his ex-guitar player adds a new dimension.
Purveyors of all things low and dirty, High on Fire, have announced that work on their yet untitled eighth LP is now complete with the release slated for later in the year.
Several online metal publications have recently claimed that Terrorizer, a cornerstone of UK metal journalism for the last 20 odd years, is no more. But is it really?