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Maria W Horn
Diverted Units

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Motörhead
Aftershock

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Daniel Menche & William Fowler Collins
Split LP

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Mesa Ritual
Mesa Ritual

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Zaïmph
Between The Infinite And The Finite

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Statiqbloom
Edit Navigation Bar Mask Visions Poison

As Statiqbloom Fade Kainer borrows equally from the golden age of IDM and the peak of early industrial musics. The final result on Edit Navigation Bar Mask Visions Poison is a grisly, distorted mass of sandpaper percussion and amplifier hiss, part Aphex Twin and part NIN. Vinyl LP from the Vendetta label.

Emperor
IX Equilibrium

'IX Equilibrium' is the third album of true Norwegian black-metallers Emperor, reissued at last. Given that this lot are some of the founding fathers of the symphonic wing of the genre, it will come as no surprise to you to hear that Emperor have a highly dramatic sound. Mind you, 'IX Equilibrium' focuses a bit more on direct fierceness than previous Emperor records. 

Emperor
In The Nightside Eclipse

This is the very first album released by true Norwegian black metallers Emperor. As one of the founding fathers of the symphonic wing of the genre, Emperor have a highly dramatic sound, balancing melodic dark synth melodies with ferocious howling forward movement. In The Nightside Eclipse is reissued on CD and transparent blue vinyl by the Spinefarm and Candlelight labels.

Jim Haynes
Throttle & Calibration

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Dead Body Love / Atrax Morgue
Dead Body Love / Atrax Morgue

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The Rita
The Lilac Fairy

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Edwige
Edwige

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Crystal Fairy
Crystal Fairy

Crystal Fairy is pretty much a heavy-and-complex-music supergroup, including two Melvins, Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez of The Mars Volta and At The Drive-In. Christ. Naturally, this muscular blend of musicians results in some tight, thick-sounding, heavy rock songs that should appeal to fans of all involved parties. Debut album out on Ipecac.

Zombies Under Stress
Stalin

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Loke Rahbek & Puce Mary
The Female Form

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Melt-Banana
Teeny Shiny

Repress of Melt Banana’s fourth studio album. 11 tracks of completely nuts off the wall noise rock from the genre defining group. Grindcore speed, punk energy and almost pop-like entertainment value all the way throughout.. Interspersed with bizarre noise and glitchy scrapes. Never a straight line with these guys.

Kerridge
Sonic Instruments of War

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Semi
Go Viral

Is this man screaming in severe, agonising pain? Quite possibly. But ultimately Go Viral is the disordered release of creativity from London's revered and anarchic noise-thrashers, Semi. Featuring blisteringly abrasive guitars, monstrous vox and freakishly distorted production values, this is not for the faint-hearted.

Wakrat
Wakrat

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Plath
Plath

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Richard H. Kirk
#7489 (collected works 1974 - 1989)

Sheffield has housed many electronic music pioneers, of which Richard H. Kirk was one of the greatest. Alongside his work with Cabaret Voltaire he was producing his own solo works long before, during and after. This collection precedes the group, with a massive 8 CDs of solo dance experiments. Includes his first four albums remastered, and an album of completely unreleased tracks.

The Lowest Form
Personal Space

The Lowest Form is the hardcore outfit of Helm dude and Alter bossman Luke Younger, although they are pleasingly free of any kind of sound-arty reconsiderations of hardcore. This is just fucking hardcore, noisy and aggressive and thrashy and great. Second album Personal Space is released by Harbinger Sound.

Faith No More
Cone Of Shame

Following a whopping seventeen year hiatus, San-Francisco rockers Faith No More returned in 2015 with the overwhelmingly successful and chart-ruffling Sol Invictus. Now in 2016, over a year since that release, the five-piece build upon their glory with raucous and sinister Cone Of Shame. 

Merzbow & Balázs Pándi
Live At FAC251

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Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross & Bobby Krlic
Almost Holy

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Dillinger Escape Plan
Under The Running Board

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Einstürzende Neubauten
Greatest Hits

Blixa Bargeld, Nu Unruh and Alexander Hacke formed industrial group Einstürzende Neubauten in 1980 in, what was then, West Berlin. Their search for ear-bleeding sounds and the beauty of musical tension, played with mostly scrapyard foraged self-built instruments, knows no bounds. Greatest Hits goes back as far as 1989 - a new mix of Haus Der Luge with How I Die from 2014’s Lament album being the most recent cut.

Code Orange
Forever

Code Orange have released their third album entitled Forever. The American band based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bring about a refreshing burst of industrial hardcore onto a scene that is flooded with mediocre metal. Each album they release eats away at ‘genre-norms’ and instead present a medley of musical madness. Available on Vinyl LP and CD.

Pallbearer
Fear & Fury

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Contrepoison
Discography 2010 - 2012

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Mortal Vision
Nacht Musik

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Hal Hutchinson
Mangraft

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Crash At Every Speed
Vehicular Manslaughter

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Merzbow
Remblandt Assemblage

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Caroline K
Now Wait For Last Year

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Borbetomagus
The Eastcote Studios Session

By combining squealing free jazz improvisation and black-hearted harsh noise Borbetomagus have created a pretty unique niche for themselves. On The Eastcote Studios Session, pressed to 180 gram vinyl LP by Dancing Wayang, the band’s gloriously unhinged approach to live performance is captured with all the niceties of a high quality studio recording.

Sun Ra | Merzbow
Strange City

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Chasms
On The Legs of Love Purified

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Aidan Baker & Tomas Järmyr
Werl

Ex-Nadja heavy droner Aidan Baker and explorative drummer Tomas Järmyr whipped up some sonic rituals in the studio recently, and the results stretch across two CDs here. Werl is real expansive, the two musicians dancing around one another in passages that alternate between droning free sound and locked-in rhythmic attack. Double CD on Consouling Sounds.

Lifesick
6.0.1.

Lifesick is a new band made up of former members of Spinkick. That band wasn’t exactly lightweight (they tended to sound like they were charging towards you in order to kick your head in), but Lifesick is an even more blackened and ferocious hardcore prospect. 6.0.1. is released by Southern Lord.

Clever
Kewdi Udi

Brisbane punks Clever make a raucous high-speed music with strange math-rock structures and eccentric shouted vocals. Kewdi Udi is a horrifically great fusion of nihilistic hardcore and fearsome noise rock, where every song is a two-minute explosion of ideas and distortion. On vinyl LP from Homeless.

Cube
My Cube

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Extreme Noise Terror
A Holocaust in Your Head

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Mutoid Man
Bleeder

Stephen Brodsky (Cave In) and Ben Koller (Converge, All Pigs Must Die) head up Mutoid Man. Bizarrely enough it’s exactly how you can imagine a cross over of the Cave In and Converge worlds - blending catchy hooks and songwriting with pure balls, and all thoroughly thought through. 12” vinyl and Digipak CD on Sargent House.

Grebenstein
Strong Proud Stupid and Superior

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Uniform
Ghosthouse

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EVOL
Right Frankfurt

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Huren
Change Room Violation$

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Sean Pierce
Battery

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Throbbing Gristle
The Factory Manchester, May 18th, 1979

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Minimal Man
The Shroud Of

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Spit Mask
Swallow

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MONO
Requiem For Hell

An album by Japanese post-rock heavyweights MONO, titled Requiem For Hell, was always going to be a crashingly epic experience, and the band don’t disappoint. Strings are prominent within the sound here, coaxing the band’s grand crescendos into yet-more-ecstatic territory. CD / double LP editions on the Pelagic label.

Oathbreaker
Rheia

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Shifted
Appropriation Stories

Guy Alexander Brewer’s project Shifted is standing at an interesting point right now. This is an outlet for properly dark and noisy sounds, but Brewer is also looking back to his previous drum & bass work as Commix. The pleasurable results, presented on Appropriation Stories, are heavyweight techno with dashes of noise and deconstructed breakbeats: intense stuff, released on Dominic Fernow’s Hospital Productions.

Mammatus
Heady Mental

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Cursed
Three: Architects of Troubled Sleep

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Metallica
Hardwired… To Self-Destruct

A brand new Metallica album appeared! Hardwired… To Self-Destruct is their first album in eight years. And because Metallica are a colossally big band, they have a broad plethora of formats for you to choose from, ranging from 2CD and 2LP editions to a massive, bonus-material-laden triple LP+CD box-set stuffed with badges and photo prints. Up to you.

Prurient
Pleasure Ground

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Deafheaven
Sunbather

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Helmet
Dead To The World

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Throbbing Gristle
Heathen Earth

Reissues of Throbbing Gristle’s live album, which isn’t really a live album but an in-studio performance in front of four mates (typical Gristle obfuscatory awkwardness). What that does mean though is that the Throbbers have the sound just the way they want it. Includes some actually-live bonus tracks. On Mute.

Wormrot
Voices

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Fvnerals
Wounds

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ZON
Magazine 15

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Various
Knock Knock, Who's Dead?

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Fu Manchu
Signs Of Infinite Power

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Hypnotower
Unlearn

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Vatican Shadow
Media In The Service Of Terror

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Throbbing Gristle
Mutant TG

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Lustmord
Dark Matter

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Dreamarcher
Dreamarcher

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Red Fang
Only Ghosts

Grab your favourite 24 pack of brewskis and get this thunder on. Hard rocking riff-tacular that reminds you to not take yourself too seriously. Catchy as Queens Of The Stone Age, riffs of The Sword, and sometimes as hard hitting as Baroness. But mainly head nodding goodness. And beards, and beers, and trucker caps.

Giraffe Tongue Orchestra
Broken Lines

They have an incredible name and a hilarious line-up that includes members of indie-proggers the Mars Volta, metal mains Mastodon, math deathcrushers Dillinger Escape Plan and... the singer from Alice in Chains. There you have it, music has become fan fiction. Their new record, Broken Lines, should be something of a heavy rawk smorgasbord.

Oozing Wound
Whatever Forever

If the name doesn’t paint a pretty enough picture for you, the nihilist torrent of abuse you get from them for putting their albums on should do it. Discordant, thrashy, trashy, and bash, bash, bash your head against a wall riffs. They care for nothing… except head banging. Vinyl edition comes with etching on one side, but who cares.

Paul H Williams
Fallen To Earth

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Wrekmeister Harmonies
Light Falls

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Joke Lanz
Plays Sudden Infant

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Monolord
Lord of Suffering ​/ ​Die in Haze

If HENCH riffery is your thing, get yer face into Monolord. Crisp and buzzsaw like tone, psychedelic flanged and spaced out vocals, but above all, riffs for days, played with a mechanical tightness. Ok, two tracks, but they provide a big ol’ shot of doom that will keep your head banging for a while.

The Dead C
Trouble

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clipping.
Splendor & Misery

More diseased-sounding noise-electronics hip-hop from Clipping. Splendor & Misery is something of a concept album, telling an Afrofuturist space story with narrative touches as heavy as the harsh-blast soundscapes they flow over. Indeed, the album’s sounds are intended to be the sounds of the imagined space slave-ship the story takes place on. Out via Sub Pop.

Nick Oliveri’s Mondo Generator
Best Of

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Thomas Brinkmann
A 1000 KEYS

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Holy Serpent
Temples

Skater-psych rock-metal from Melbourne here, with the second album from Holy Serpent. Temples is a bit speedier than their debut, but it still fits only five tracks into a 44 minute running time, leaving plenty of time to sink into a stoner-haze of fuzz and riffs and reverbed howls. Temples is out on RidingEasy.

Shit & Shine
Teardrops

Sh*t and Shine are very prolific but are they prolifically good? Well, yes in the main however this latest release could test some of their supporters to breaking point. It's a grindcore album. One look at the waveform for the soundcloud album sampler will tell you this is very noisy, very heavy stuff. Think Napalm Death, Extreme Noise Terror. Those sorts. The press release promises that it will 'ruin your weekend'.  It's gone further than that, my whole week is in tatters. 

ANFS
The Age of Ephemeral Man EP

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The Dillinger Escape Plan
Limerent Death

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Goblin Cock
Necronomidonkeykongimicon

Look, I don't know what the music sounds like yet, but that's easily the greatest album cover of the century. The conversely awfully named Goblin Cock is the pseudonym of soft Pinback feelings guy Rob Crow. He likes to make heavy metal sometimes, going after a different kind of catharsis with maximum \m/. You may well ask: does Necronomidonkeykongimicon rock or does it rock? It will probably rock and rock, as Crow goes after the cheesiest and most classic metals a la Ozzy and all that.

Teeth of The Sea
Highly Deadly Black Tarantula

Following on from their third album, 2014’s Master, Teeth Of The Sea return with Highly Deadly Black Tarantula - a pummelling workout that’s as aggressive as it is groovy. Equal parts post-rock scope and heavy metal ferocity, it’s the kind of album at which Teeth Of The Sea excel. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Rocket.

Stephen O'Malley
Keep An Eye Out!

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Crobot
Welcome To Fat City

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Aethenor
Hazel

Aethenor is the ever-unusual combination of two members of Ulver, big Sunn O))) guitar-drone man Stephen O’Malley and London’s free-jazz drummer supreme Steve Noble. This album, sourced from 2010 live recordings, finds the players meeting each other in the middle for remarkable, highly-atmospheric, and more or less unclassifiable music. Hazel is out on the ever-solid VHF label.
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Kvelertak
Meir

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Saturn and the Sun
Focus On the Centre Of Your Skull

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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard
Y Proffwyd Dwyll

Are these stoner doom bands just having us on now? At least you won’t mistake a band called Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard for anything else… That said, Y Proffwyd Dwyll has other tricks up its sleeve, with more than the usually mandated quantity of synth. New Heavy Sounds are releasing this on CD and two different kinds of limited edition coloured vinyl.

Lies
Plague

Brutalist bludgeoning hardcore from a group that features members of The Hope Conspiracy and Skin Like Iron. No time is wasted here: Lies pummel their way through Plague’s allotted 8 tracks so fast that the whole album fits onto one side of vinyl: the B-side is taken up with an etching. On Southern Lord.

Maurizio Bianchi & Ryan Martin
As Strong As Death Is

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