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Throbbing Gristle
The Second Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle (40th Anniversary Edition)

Not in fact their second anything, The Second Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle, is the band’s now four decade old debut. Though their impact on electronic and industrial music is undeniable, listening to these tracks I’m relieved their needlessly “transgressive” lyrics and imagery have not been so influ...view item »

SUMAC
Before You I Appear

Before You I Appear is an EP featuring remixes from Sumac’s 2016 album What One Becomes. The Vancouver/Washington duo find their dense metalish rock being punctuated with psychedelic explosions and sombre drone passages. Featuring remixes by Samuel Kerridge, Bleed Turquoise...view item »

Agoraphobic Nosebleed
Altered States of America

Agoraphobic Nosebleed are a premium grindcore band, no mistake about it. Their 2003 third album Altered States Of America is just over 20 minutes long, but contains a glorious 100 tracks! Lovely stuff. Initially released only as a 3” CD, this Relapse reissue puts these short sharp tracks on (baby pink coloured) vi...view item »

Mastodon
Leviathan

Hey, I admit it. I'm not the biggest Mastadon fan out there. I enjoy their music. I think they've got a manic man on the drums and their guitarists are on speed. The main problem is the vocalist, who has a very soft, in the background, weak delivery, his voice just doesn't quite fit the music. But yes Mastodon are a decent band, but groundb...view item »

D.A.F.
Für Immer

The fifth and final album from the duo of Gabi Delgado-López and Robert Görl came out in 1982. Content ranges from the jaunty pop of Geheimnis to more stern stuff like Die Lippe and Die Götter Sind Weiss. It’s a bit more varied than previous work, but as eve...view item »

Big Business
Mind The Drift

Good golly this Big Business ' Mind The Drift' has a lovely sleeve, I'd go far as to use the words super and deluxe in the same sentence. Maybe even a mega or ultra would go in there too. Anyway Big Business are basically half of The Melvins these days which makes them my homies. I've grown to like this band a lot more than I did when I first heard...view item »

The Body & Thou
Released From Love / You, Whom I Have Always Hated

If you liked either or both of the excellent, brutally heavyweight collaborative albums put out in the last few years by The Body and Thou, now you can own the pair of them in one double LP set! Released From Love and You, Whom I Have Always Hated are both excellent blackened statements of inte...view item »

Big Business
Head For The Shallow

Reissue of the Seattle duo’s debut, originally on Hydra Head in 2004. The pair hit on a simple but immediately agreeable formula - bombastically heavy and fiercely rockin’ songs brought to life by the powerful but nuanced drumming of Coady Willis and Jared Warren’s fuzzed-up ba...view item »

Big Business
Here Come The Waterworks

Here Come the Waterworks blew me away with its thick bass, sporadic drumming, and deep vocals. Big business create a sound of their own, however you catch familiar influences throughout the album. Imagine a heavier version of The Who/Sabbath mixed with some atmospheric Pink Floyd in some areas. Really it's hard to compare to any other specific b...view item »

The Bug
Filthy

'Freakshow' is an apt title for the opening cut on this double 10" set. When I first heard this tune I wasn't so sure about it, it sounded kinda chaotic and messy but Danny Brown is pretty intense so it took a couple listens to get my head round it. The Bug is in usual savage form dr...view item »

Machine Head
Catharsis

Machine Head’s many years at the helm of what heavy metallic music can achieve puts them in a powerful position, in 2017, to batter us all with a withering wall of guitar brutality. Catharsis, with its unp...view item »

Hey Colossus
Radio Static High

Hey Colossus have become more and more of a multi-faceted band as time has gone by. Radio Static High finds them managing to hold back the apocalyptic riff-monster and allow their tracks a little more room to breath and expand. The results still sound blasted, but in a fresh new way. Out from the Rocket label....view item »

Celeste
Infidèle(s)

French post-black metallers Celeste return to Denovali with their fifth full length studio album Infidèle(s). Gloom ridden, painful and brimming with negativity ...view item »

Hey Colossus
Dedicated To Uri Klangers

The Hey Colossus juggernaut revs up again, this time for a retrospective release. Dedicated To Uri Klangers aims to feature at least one track from every one of the noisy collective’s albums from 2002 to 2013 (although the messy nature of the band means no ...view item »

Hundred Year Old Man
Rei

Leeds based six-piece Hundred Year Old Man delve deeply into the post-sludge sound with their second release, Rei. Drawing heavily on the likes of Neurosis, this three track 12” drags you under with their monolithic, towering sound. Walls of atmospheric and bludgeoning guitars crash into a cathart...view item »

Corrupted
Nadie

Modest Japanese doom purveyors Corrupted have spent years taking their favourite genre staples and refining them with nuance and fine subtleties. Still loud and unruly as you like the best of them, their Nadie EP is bat out of hell sludge brilliance from two decades ago, and it finally gets the ...view item »

Old Tower
Stellary Wisdom

Dungeon synth, the niche genre gunning to reproduce the tinny MIDI soundtracks of fine old RPG computer games such as Ultima, has a bit of an up-and-coming star in The Netherlands’ Old Tower (real name The Spectre). Now with Profound Lore, the ol’ Tower here turns up a pair of slow and sinister piece...view item »

Insect Ark
Marrow Hymns

'Marrow Hymns' represents a band who have reached a new level of maturity. Following a selection of singles and EPs and the recruitment of Spungin on drums, it's fitting for Profound Lore to be issuing this full length. Swampy, ethereal cathedral darkness for fans of Menace Ruine, SunnO))) and any blackened dark...view item »

Ufomammut & LentO
Supernaturals Record One

Collaborations between doom bands are typically good times, but while getting two bands together can generate some interesting results (Thinking mainly of Sunn/Boris and Nadja/Atavist, although there's quite a few others), the end product, while interesting and perhaps somewhat unique, just isn't anywhere near as good as the product of the indiv...view item »

Kanker Kommando
Low Tech 1982-88

The Knotwilg imprint, founded by former Kraak boss Johann Loones, team up with Harbinger Sound to front this compilation of primitive electronics by 80s Belgian noisnicks Kanker Kommando. These tracks are spare experiments in circuit bending and lo-fi noise. The likes of ‘...view item »

Sonic Youth With Mats Gustafsson and Merzbow
Andre Sider af Sonic Youth

I love Sonic Youth's SYR series because, with a couple of exceptions, they've all been self-indulgent toss. They get it all out of their systems then come along with a 'proper' new LP that walks up to every other band while they're busy doing bench presses, holds them down and pumps in their face. It's utilitarian noodling and I, for one, am very g...view item »

Robert Rental & Glenn Wallis
Untitled

Nice slice of industrial-ish jam music from the sessions of Robert Rental and Glenn Wallis, recorded with guitar and a Wasp synth but also using tape machines to loop, speed-switch and twist the sounds into woozy new shapes. These Untitled soundscapes are an interesting place to sit within, and this rem...view item »

High On Fire
The Art Of Self Defense

From the crumpled remains of an hour plus long doom/stoner masterstroke crawls Matt Pike. A love child of Tony Iommi and Lemmy Kilmister with no tolerance for hip-hop sensibilities, mall grooves, or memorable guitar solos, but he plays them anyway because only solos are real. "The Art of Self Defense" is not only a great excuse to dig out a high...view item »

Dead Neanderthals
Womb Of God

Time for another fearsome blast from Dead Neanderthals, the mercilessly intense trio who play noise-rock by way of two saxophones and a drumkit. They’ve had a really busy year, and they round it out with Womb Of God, their fourth (!) full-length album of 2017. Unhinged howls, deep-reaching baritone sax blasts, and...view item »

Martial Canterel
Lost at Sea

Sean MacBride is also half of synthpop duo Xeno & Oaklander, but this long-running solo project has a more melancholy, introspective vibe. Rigid sequencing in the style of early Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and Depeche Mode is lent a bit ...view item »

High On Fire
Blessed Black Wings

This is the third HOF album and there is definitely a progression - "Art of Self Defense" was very raw, dirty sounding, "Surrounded By Thieves" was slightly more polished, but still loud and hard as hell, and now with BBW, they've gotten even more cleaned up. Not to say that this is a "clean" album in any sense, but the sound is a lot less "mudd...view item »

Entombed
Clandestine

Back in the day, Entombed were untouchable in the death metal community. While many regard their debut 'Left Hand Path' to be their best, I'd say 'Clandestine' is better as it is heavier and more polished, while retaining the punchy aggression of their debut. The opening track "Living Dead" is probably one of the most face–ripping openings...view item »

Slomatics
A Hocht

Reissue of the third album from the justly acclaimed Belfast sludge/doom band, originally released in 2012. It boasts a mighty kraken on the cover and eight tracks (as the title suggests, if you know your Gaeilge). Slomatics are eyebrow-raisingly heavy despite eschewing a bassist, and display more...view item »

Eraldo Bernocchi, FM Einheit, Jo Quail
Rosebud

A cool three-way collaboration between cellist Jo Quail, sound designer and guitarist Eraldo Bernocchi and Einstürzende Neubauten founder member FM Einheit. This eclectic group got together to sculpt weighty slabs of droning ambience and industrial clang, nicely treading th...view item »

Malevolent Creation
The Ten Commandments

Dating from 1991, this is the debut album of Florida death metal outfit Malevolent Creation, a vintage example of desolate and ferocious death. The Ten Commandments is gloriously twisted and blackened, and deserves a central place in the pantheon of the American death metal greats. Reissued on vinyl by Listenable Record...view item »

Youth Code
Commitment To Complications

Commitment to Complications is the new album by Youth Code. The industrial hardcore band, who take inspiration from EBM formed in Los Angeles in 2012. Since their eponymous debut in 2013, the band have toured extensively with the likes of Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly. All that t...view item »

Today Is The Day
Animal Mother

Today Is The Day are noise rock aficionados who pay as much tribute to sludgy, sprawling metal as they do to lightning fast, thunder thrashing grindcore. 'Animal Mother' is their tenth record, and to mark that milestone they've made the very wise decision to join with heavy music overseers Southern Lord. Lots of little things to note about the r...view item »

Shrinebuilder
Shrinebuilder

The prospect of Al Cisneros of Om/ Sleep playing in the same band as Dale Crover from The Melvins almost made soil myself with excitement. Add Scott "Wino" Weinrich from Saint Vitus etc. and Scott Kelly from Neurosis both on guitars and you have Shrinebuilder. A metal supergroup some might say. There are elements of the album that I r...view item »

Godflesh
Post Self

Godflesh are known as an industrial metal band, but their 8th album, Post-Self, sees them move away from metal and experiment with industrial and post-punk sounds, exploring what inspired them in the first place. Lyrically the album deals with anxiety and depression, fear, mortality and paternal a...view item »

Puce Mary
The Spiral

As ever with Puce Mary, The Spiral is an intense listening journey into the soul of the artist, expressed through hammering industrial rhythms, cold synth-scapes and pained vocals. Not to mention the scouring curtains of noise. This brutal listen is Puce Mary’s third LP for the Posh Isolation labe...view item »

Tankard
The Morning After

BMG’s Noise Records reissue series continues with the 1988 third full length from Frankfurt’s booze-soaked thrash maniacs. Their propensity for humour doesn’t detract from furious riffing, every bit as vicious as that of more serious-minded contemporaries Kreator and Sodom. ...view item »

All Pigs Must Die
Hostage Animal

All Pigs Must Die are a ferocious heavy ensemble that features members of bands as notable as Converge, Bloodhorse, and The Hope Conspiracy. Hostage Animal is their newest statement of bleak fury, packed full of metal riffs and crusty hardcore punk punch. Ten tracks and...view item »

Nine Inch Nails
Broken

Broken is Nine Inch Nails’ EP released from 1992, though it contains over half an hour of music. Broken stands in betw...view item »

YOB
The Great Cessation

Following their 2005 split, the Oregon doom trio reconvened to unleash their fifth album in 2009. It’s a particularly fine example of Mike Scheidt’s expertise in crafting crushing extended riff-fests, tempered with nuanced and spacey quieter passages. Both double LP an...view item »

S.P.K.
London Brixton Ace

Live Industrial action from S.P.K., showing the good people of Brixton a beautifully bleak and heavy vision of existence in the year 1983. London Brixton Ace is brimming with clanking metal percussion, tortured howling and unidentified textures, with an all-pervading sense of doom. Great stuff, reissued on Therapeutic /...view item »

Mamiffer/ Locrian
Bless Them That Curse You

With six musicians in the mix, meeting in Chicago's Electrical Audio studios with renowned producer Greg Norman, and little in the way of plans, the half-dozen tracks on Bless Them That Curse You balance their mutual and distinct influences with natural grace. Some tracks push more towards the experimental ambient side, while others drive toward...view item »

Tankard
Zombie Attack

Frankfurt thrashers Tankard seem too often overlooked these days despite an ongoing and prolific career, so their 1986 debut is a welcome entry in the Noise Records reissue campaign. Alcohol-fueled fun is combined with genuine thrashing savagery on the likes of the deathless beerhall anthem (Empty) Tankard. Clear / red splatter ...view item »

Electric Wizard
Wizard Bloody Wizard

Dorset doom metalers Electric Wizard released their last album, Time To Die, amid contractual wranglings with their label. It was a tough time for the band. Three years later and the way is clear for them to do what they do best. Wizard Bloody Wizard is their Black Sabbath-referencing ninth album, and sees the b...view item »

Alessandro Cortini & Masami Akita
Untitled

Masami Akita (King Merzbow himself) and Alessandro Cortini (of Nine Inch Nails) both own an EMS Synthi, and this Untitled release finds them each using the EMS exclusively to produce four sides of seething noisy electronics. The vintage analogue equipment is totally exp...view item »

Nine Inch Nails
Not The Actual Events

Not The Actual Events is a Nine Inch Nails EP released in 2016, that Mr Reznor reckons is part of a return to some of the sounds and textures the band were...view item »

S.P.K.
Working Cycle Transmission

Something of a motherload for you S.P.K. heads out there: 5 12”s and 1 10” in a big box set, comprehensively summing up the live sound of S.P.K. circa 1987 with three live shows, grabbed from the soundboard (so you know it’ll sound right). You’ve never heard these recordings before, and w...view item »

Ufomammut
Godlike Snake

Italian band Ufomammut remains relatively cult in stoner rock/metal circles, but their back catalogue are often the equal, if not the superior option to many albums made by the likes of Electric Wizard or Boris. While Godlike Snake is a little overshadowed by their later releases, it's still a wonderful slice of fuzzed-out psych. This album star...view item »

Conan
Man Is Myth (Early Demos)

Liverpool’s Conan are one of the most consistently uncompromising doom bands to emerge in recent years. The trio’s austere brand of heaviness is in the Sleep tradition,with the battle fetish of High On Fire. In the wake of last year’s third album Revengeance, this compilat...view item »

Cult Of Luna
Cult Of Luna

Over the years since its release, Cult of Luna's self-titled debut album has been wrongly regarded as less sophisticated and dynamic than what the band have put out since then. In actuality, the band goes through as many dynamic shifts on this record as on any of their later material. This one is a little bit of an oddity in their discography, a...view item »

Electric Wizard
Black Masses

Electric Wizard aka Leccy Wizoir aka Totally The Best Stoner Doom Band in the World Ever. Finally the masterpiece that is Dopethrone has been reissued on vinyl and it's more than ably accompanied by their seventh full lengther which sees their sound take its biggest shift in quite a while, I'd go so far as to say, what with the super lo-fi all-a...view item »

Necro Deathmort
Overland

After releases on Distraction, Extreme Ultimate, and Rocket, London based two piece Necro Deathmort bring their 8th full length to extreme label Profound Lore. Sharing similar traits to acts such as Ulver...view item »

Drunk In Hell
Drunk In Hell

It was starting to feel like the filthmongering Drunk In Hell would never release an album but here we go. A doom metal band (but only for lack of better terminology) high on hate and skronk, they play their own bunch of broken parts to assemble euphoric half-stumbles of heavy. Much excitement....view item »

Scattered Purgatory
Sua-Hiam-Zun

Taiwanese duo Scattered Purgatory make dense droning musics defined by humidity, ritual, and shared love of ambient and industrial music. Sua-Hiam-Zun is a deep trip throug...view item »

Chelsea Wolfe
Apokalypsis

‘Aokalypsis’ is Chelsea Wolfe’s tirade against the ‘singer-songwriter’ record, a term it’s obvious she’s both disgusted by and interested in making disgusting. Instead of making a directly confrontational record, akin to the more delicate, guitar-orientated gothic rock of ...view item »

JK Flesh
Posthuman

Justin Broadrick is back with a new album from his JK Flesh project, nine tracks of churning, grinding industrial business with fuzzed out vocals and dirty rumbling grooves. The wild vocals and constant layers of scuzz ensure there's an unhinged physica...view item »

Odonis Odonis
No Pop

Stark stuff here on Odonis Odonis’ fourth album release. The set-up for the No Pop recording sessions was sparse, with just a basic array of synths and drum machines ...view item »

Converge
The Dusk In Us

Their first album in five years, The Dusk In Us is the latest release from Converge. They certainly remain a big part of that metal and maths rock scene and they always will, however this record almost takes a Dillinger Escape Plan turn - for the better may I add - which gives the whole record an added kick. Available on black v...view item »

Pentagram
Day Of Reckoning

With Bobby Liebling remaining the most surprisingly still-living and less surprisingly least-dignified metal frontman, here’s a reminder of better daze. The Virginia doom masters were one of the first and most faithful outfits to follow in the hallowed footsteps of Black Sabbath, and their second LP is bey...view item »

Sepultura
Roots (Expanded Edition)

After the tremendous success of Chaos A.D., this 1996 album saw Sepultura taking a further step away from their thrash metal, um, roots, with a groove-based approach that married traditional Brazilian rhythms and chants with contemporary nu-metal stylings. Guests included Mike Patton and members of Korn...view item »

Oxbow
Thin Black Duke

Thin Black Duke follows the trend of all Oxbow albums in being so unpredictable as to what direction the record will follow. What can only be described as a mix of alternative rock, indie and even some shoegaze thrown in for good measure, this is an album that shows how musically cultured and mature Oxbow have become. A...view item »

Kleistwahr
Down But Defiant Yet

'Down But Defiant Yet' manages to tread into numerous corners of rock and experimental music in a short space of time, with a meandering twin guitar opening giving way to avant and post rock styles via a healthy dose of noise and atmosphere. Whilst a contemporary release, here the band's history is well represented....view item »

Splintered
Moraine

Originally released in 1997, this reissue refreshes the Splinter classic. Boasting a vast palette of influences, 'Moraine' takes us through fuzzed out rock dirges, howling and stuttering noise and free jazz splashes thrown over the top. The atmosphere bleeds in here and there, creating an exciting and dynamic journey overall....view item »

Bruce Russell
Metallic OK

Bruce Russell is one third of the fabulous New Zealand abject noise / unrock band The Dead C, which means anything he does is automatically worth investigating. Metallic OK ...view item »

Perturbator
New Model

The forlorn legacy of Vangelis’ Blade Runner soundtrack sinks ever deeper into the world of Gen-Y EDM acrobatics, courtesy of Perturbator, an artist to whom the slightest restraint must seem an exceptionally old-fashioned notion. On New Model, the Parisian offers up six cuts of hyperbolically sour cybergr...view item »

The Obsessed
The Obsessed

Doom metal doesn’t get much truer or more essential than the debut from the legendary Maryland trio. Though recorded in 1985, the album wasn’t released until 1990, after frontman Wino had left Saint Vitus and decided to revive his former band. Whereas Vitus were defined by Dave Chandler’s ultra...view item »

The Body & Full of Hell
Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light

There’s something very suited to Chicago label Thrill Jockey about Ascending A Mountain of Heavy Light, a collaboration between The Body & Full of Hell. Unsettling soundscapes punctuated with sudden bursts of abrasive sound, hmm, I reckon fans of the label’s output will dig this. There also some ...view item »

Iron Monkey
9-13

Iron Monkey were, and continue to be a pillar of the stoner/sludge genre. After releasing two albums on Earache they called it a day in 1999. Now returning 18 years later with 9-13 as a three piece, and whilst Johnny Morrow is no longer with us they reclaim their crown with their inimitable nihilistic g...view item »

Coil
Live In Moscow

In 2001 the English avant-industrial icons Coil performed for the very first time in Moscow and, rather predictably, Live In Moscow captures this intense and confrontational performance which draws from music produced across their 30 year career. Continuing their amazing run of lesser known Coil reissues ...view item »

Conan
Monnos

Conan have committed their filthy, ocean-sized sound to wax (and the slightly less cvlt compact disc) twice thus far- with more fetid output always on the horizon. First came the hulking mass of debut album Horseback Battle Hammer (Throne, Aurora Borealis), followed by a split with like-minded sludge-lords, Slomatics (Head of Crom, Bur...view item »

Slomatics
Futurians Live At Roadburn

Roadburn festival in Tilburg, Holland, really is a crucial place for the gnarlier end of heavy music, and it has been good to see documentation released recently of various bands giving their best to the Roadburn audiences. Here we have Slomatics doing their ...view item »

Boris
Dear

New Boris album! Dear, released in the band’s twenty-fifth anniversary year, was distilled from three album’s worth of material down to this single CD (or double LP) statement. It’s a real blast of a thing, as heavy and crunchy as ever. Apparently the band were considering wrapping things up, but writi...view item »

False
Untitled

Featuring members of Dresden and Cokskar, False are well known for their unrelenting black metal. With the average track length hitting the thirtee...view item »

Monolord
Vaenir

Monolord are the boss of the low graveyard sound, thriving on destructive bass lines, or guitar riffs, with the guitars tuned in maybe drop-C so who really knows anyway. Vaenir has the killer nihilistic riffs, the warped vocals, the glorious emptiness that comes with repetition, and the slow whiplash-inducing-head-bobbi...view item »

Haemorrhage
We Are The Gore

Spanish gore-grind band Haemorrhage bring their seventh full length album, and their first in 6 years. These guys have quite a unique take on the genre, mixing the pig like guttural growls and blistering speed with groovy verses and squealing guitar solos. Fe...view item »

White Zombie
La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol.1

Let’s go back to 1992, when white people with dreadlocks was a thing and when those people played heavy metal of all things. 1992 is the year La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol.1 was released by White Zombie...view item »

Spotlights
Seismic

Husband and wife team Mario and Sarah Quintero have been sat at home worrying about the state of the world. But instead of blanking it out with some Celebrity Love Island they've made an album of ultra intense dream rock that has garnered comparisons to Hum, My Bloody Valentine and Isis (th...view item »

Various
Trevor Jackson Presents - Metal Dance 2: Industrial New Wave EBM Classics & Rarities 79-88

Strut Records bring you the second instalment in the 'Metal Dance' series, a great compilation of classic and rare industrial dance and new wave EBM. Compiled by Trevor Jackson (Playgroup, Underdog, Output Recordings) this 2 CD/LP set features a heady mix of...view item »

Opium Warlords
Droner

Atmosphere and destruction clash here in a cold whirlwind of out there bluesy doomed metal and exploratory abstraction. Evoking themes of folklore, solemn histories and distant lands, the album tells a story like a film or a quest, lurching through dynamic peaks and sombre lows, with all-powerful grace....view item »

Sepultura
Chaos A.D. (Expanded Edition)

Belo Horizonte in Brazil is famous for two things: England’s disastrous 2014 world cup campaign and Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It is the latter we’re here to talk about however, as their classic fifth album from 1993, Chaos A.D. is being reissued as a 2LP or 2CD set. It is remaste...view item »

Skinny Puppy
Remission

As well as the fact that cEvin key found a unique and innovative way of spelling Kevin, Skinny Puppy were musically innovative too fusing bits of new wave, techno and film noir into a sample based industrial racket. This is their debut missive and has now been re-unleashed on vinyl for the first time in 25 years. ...view item »

Skinny Puppy
Bites

'Bites' was the second missive from industrial music clatterers Skinny Puppy. They fused all kinds of musics including new wave and film noir with innovative ahead of it's time sampling. This one contains their first underground hit 'Assimilate' and is now available on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years. ...view item »

Wolves In The Throne Room
Thrice Woven

American black metal band Wolves In the Throne Room bring their latest full length album of genre pushing, melancholic and intense audio maelstrom. Their first album in 6 years Trice Woven features guest vocal performances from Steve Von Till of Neurosis and Anna Von Hausswolff...view item »

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Vol. 1

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats are a band so firmly dedicated to their heavy rock history that they originally released Vol. 1 on the exact forty year anniversary of the first Black Sabbath...view item »

Ufomammut
Snailking

Snailking was only the second release by the now-veteran band known as Ufomammut. First released in 2004, this collection is super-heavy, truly metal, and also tempered around the edges by experimentalism. Also somewhat stoned-sounding, but we know that is a big positive in this territory. The LP reissue is provided by ...view item »

Deafkids
Configuração do Lamento

Configuração do Lamento is the seventh album from DEAFKIDS. Living together in São Paulo, the band’s jam heavy music is a sticky affair and has seen them become a pretty big deal in their native Brazil and they&rsqu...view item »

Ufomammut
8

Unrelenting doomlords Ufomammut cut to the excruciatingly slow chase by naming their record 8 and leaving it there. It's eight tracks, each a self-contained sludge treatise of its own, coming together to prove them the master of creating suffocatingly heavy environments. Forty-eight minutes of crushi...view item »

With The Dead
Love From With The Dead

The second full length album from Lee Dorrian (Cathedral) fronted supergroup With The Dead. With Tim Bagshaw (ex-Electric Wizard) and new members Leo Smee (Chrome Hoof) and Alex Thomas (ex-Bolt Thrower...view item »

Burn
Do Or Die

New York based hardcore band Burn have had burst of activity in the 80s, 90s, early 2000s and now, with an EP on Bridge Nine and this new album on Jacob Bannon’s Deathwish. Produced by Kurt Ballou Do Or Die brings back and updates the raw energy of 90s hardcore through its groove ...view item »

Dead Cross
Dead Cross

ANOTHER supergroup fronted by Mike Patton (Faith No More, Fantomas) with Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Misfits, Suicidal Tendencies), Justin Pearson (The Locust, Head Wound City) and ...view item »

Cloakroom
Time Well

Indiana based gloomers Cloakroom move to Relapse records for their second full length release. A heady mix of shoegaze, downtempo indie and doom, Time Well  brings the...view item »

Part Chimp
IV

IV is the fourth full length release from much loved noise people Part Chimp. This killer album brings together a much more mature approach than their previous releases. A great blend of impending doom-like guitars and slurring vocals allow for Part Chimp to blossom into a machine of the noise-...view item »

Pharmakon
Contact

Margaret Chardiet returns to Sacred Bones under her solo extreme noise moniker Pharmakon for the follow up to 2014’s Bestial Burden. Contact follows along Pharmakon’s previous nihilistic qualities thematically, but with an empathetic twist focusing more on the mind ...view item »

Troubled Horse
Revolution On Repeat

Trouble Horse are a ‘proper’ old heavy metal / hard rock outfit from Sweden, doing the thing they love in correct style. With tracks like ‘My Shit’s Fucked Up’ and ‘Let Bastards Know’ (er, and ‘Track7’), they aren’t fucking about here: Revolution On Repeat will...view item »

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 beer...view item »

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 diff...view item »

Cough
Still They Pray

Cough provide no-nonsense psychedelic doom, cutting straight to the chase with monolithic tar-black riffs. The howled vocals sound good and desolate too: it's no surprise that members of Electric Wizard and Windhand were involved in its creation. Still They Pray, the group’s first...view item »

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Mind Control

Uncle Acid's previous album ‘Blood Lust’ triggered a flipper frenzy, with some copies of the first pressing going for frankly insulting prices on Discogs and eBay as collectors scrambled over one another to get a piece of the pie. I guess that’s a clear sign that ‘70s revivalism is alive and well, as this lot churn out a ...view item »

Faith No More
Album Of The Year

To coincide with 2015’s Sol Invictus, Faith No More’s first album in 18 years, the band embarked on a reissue program. That now draws to an end with the re-release of their 1997 album and predecessor, of sorts, to the aforementioned Sol Invictus, Album Of The Year. This reissue contains a s...view item »

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