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Neurosis
Fires Within Fires

New Neurosis?! It's no wonder the press release is in all caps. The sludge titans have been going thirty years, if you can believe it, and they commemorate being older than me by releasing a brand new album called Fires Within Fires. That kinda grittily gorgeous album art sums up the band, really -- their post...view item »

Autopsy
Mental Funeral

The ever reliable Autopsy signed to Peaceville in 1988 and have stuck with them ever since for over 8 albums of crushing death metal, and still remain a genre defining act. To mark the 30th anniversary of the band and the Peaceville label, they have reissued their 1991 album Mental Funeral on limited picture disc. Bruta...view item »

Beastmaker
Inside The Skull

New heaviness from Beastmaker, who make their music with the fiery axe-driven approach hewn by the greats of heavy metal. Inside The Skull chugs hard through ten tracks of riffed-up metal horror-schlock, with song titles including ‘Nature Of The Damned’ and ‘Now Howls The Beast’. Out on Rise Abov...view item »

Agoraphobic Nosebleed
Arc

Brand new EP from Agoraphobic Nosebleed, extreme metal / grindcore veterans. I wouldn’t say they’ve relaxed over time, as these are still ferocious, emotionally-desolate tracks. But the songs / minutes ratio is down to 3 / 25, as opposed to 100 / 21 a decade ago. Arc is released on Relapse....view item »

Mastodon
Asleep In The Deep

As an exciting accompaniment to their recent full-length Once More Round The Sun, Mastodon release stand-out track Asleep In The Deep in attractive picture disc format (with an exclusive instrumental version on the B-side. Notably, rather than the image being a metaller-than-thou piece of blood and violence, th...view item »

Pallbearer
Sorrow and Extinction

In 2012, Pallbearer released their debut album Sorrow And Extinction, to the great interest of many across the (often firmly separated) spheres of the metal and indie world. This broad appeal was achieved through rich melodicism as well as typically crushing doom power, as well as high quality production and performance...view item »

Wiegedood
De Doden Hebben Het Goed II

De Doden Hebben Het Goed II by Wiegedood picks up where the band left off with their critically acclaimed debut, blending the speed and technical intensity of thrash with black metal atmospherics. On this vinyl LP from Consouling Sounds punishing waves of noise are built from complex riffing and subtle changes in tone....view item »

The Bug vs Earth
Concrete Desert

This is a total dream-come-true collaboration for fans of pulverizingly heavy music: Dylan ‘Extra Low Frequency Version’ Carson’s Earth project and Kevin ‘Skeng’ Martin’s The Bug, producing together. After two...view item »

Sunn O)))
Black One

Here we have a reissue of one of the classic Sunn O))) albums, on which the cowled duo set out to go as dark as they possibly could. To this effect, Black One features guest appearances from Oren Ambarchi, John Weise, Wrest and Malefic: the latter was l...view item »

Jute Gyte
x-ray five: The Sparrow

Black metal experimentalist Jute Gyte unleashes x-ray five: The Sparrow on limited ultra-clear vinyl 12” with screenprinted artwork. This solo project of Adam Kalmbach uses the foundation of metal to experiment with compositional ideas of microtonality, drone and minimalism, without ever losing sight of metal's oppressive...view item »

R/S (Rehberg / Schmickler)
USA

This record has totally amazing artwork. I actually picked it out of the box on the strength of its cover, with no idea what to expect from the music contained on it. Very much a thing of beauty. As for the music, R/S is a collaboration between Editions Mego founder Peter Rehberg and Marcus Schmickler, playing improvised power electronics pi...view item »

Merzbow
Wildwood II

Merzbow follows up last year’s Wildwood CD with an LP of new and complementary material. Again, the proceeds go to the Wildwood trust in Kent, meaning that the king of Japanese harsh noise is directly involved in goings on in the heart of English conservatism. Nice. Fierce textures as ever from Mr. Masami...view item »

Bong
Idle Days On The Yann

Wow, this vinyl looks pretty amazing. It’s a gold/black swirl and it looks like it’s been made with magic. It is of course those stoner doom merchants Bong, with some rumbling deep space jams which were recorded in the summer of 2009. You’re probably used to hearing Bong releases with so much intensit...view item »

Snakehole
Interludes Of Insanity

Miami based angry girls Snakehole had been self releasing their material for zonks before teaming up with Wharf Cat Records. After their debut full length in 2015 they are back and still so very angry. And Noisy. Sounding like a messy punk mulch of OvO, Lightning Bolt and three chord wonders, an...view item »

Carcass
Wake Up And Smell The... Carcass

Wake Up And Smell The Carcass is a classic compilation of Carcass rarities, first released in 1996. The tracks here derive from the sessions for various albums (Swansong, Tools Of The Trade) and EPs (Heartwork), a Radio 1 session, and a few compilation tracks. This reissue is the first time th...view item »

Isis
Oceanic: Remixes / Reinterpertations

One of post-metals famed cornerstones, 'Oceanic' is arguably Isis' crowning jewel, a record that channeled the emotive bleat of post-hardcore, beautified heavy metal and influenced a league of heavier third gen post-rock bands,from This Will Destroy You to Russian Circles. It probably deserves this remix set,...view item »

Blood Command
Cult Drugs

After the last Blood Command album in 2012, main man Yngve Andersen took some time to concentrate on production, his label Loyal Blood and studio, producing band such as Ondt Blod. Now his baby returns for their third full length. A pretty unique take on hardcore come metal come electro punk-pop...view item »

Wear Your Wounds
WYW

Wear Your Wounds is the ongoing solo project from Jacob Bannon of Converge based around lo-fi recordings. Gathering players such as Kurt Ballou and members of The Red Chord, Sleigh Bells, and Hatebreed to contribute. Heavily inf...view item »

Death Qualia
Intention Versus

Death Qualia is Jonathan Baruc’s twisted-up rave project, in which he delves into themes of dark madness and inner lives. Intention Versus is an intense listen and no mistake, so make sure you don’t take it lightly. Intention Versus is a 12” EP released on the Portals Editions...view item »

Jello Biafra with The Melvins
Sieg Howdy

In Sieg Howdy!, things are leaning towards a certain and indisputable single-minded album. It seems Jello learned how to put his burning speeches under the Melvins’ sludgy sound delivering some very powerful material of political doom! It is also apparent that Buzz Osborne has a better understanding of the unique style of Jello vocal expre...view item »

Necrophagist
Epitaph

Originally released in 2004, Necrophagist’s Epitaph threw a death punch to progressive death metal, and altered it for good, setting the bar incredibly high. If you like your kick drums as fast and triggered as they can possibly be and guitars thrashing your face off, then this is your prometheus. FFO Cann...view item »

Slomatics
Estron

Slomatics are a heavy bunch from Northern Ireland who are all about crushing, riff-driven psychedelic stoner rock. It’s a classic formula of course, but Slomatics have had thirteen years to hone their take on it to a blunt, hammer-like point. Their 2014 record Estron is now getting a re-press on s...view item »

Me And That Man
Songs of Love and Death

Me And That Man is Nergal, the main man of major black metal band Behemoth, operating solo. Songs of Love and Death takes a slightly different tack, bringing that genre’s darkness into a rock songwriting tradition: think Johnny Cash one one of his late period bad ...view item »

ISIS
Live VII 02.25.10

After more than making their mark on the post-metal scene with albums such as Celestial, Oceanic and Panopticon ISIS abruptly announced their break-up in 2010, stating that they had done what they set out to achieve. Live VII is a second release ofter the fact, documenting a live performance i...view item »

Bossk
I II

I / II is an album by Bossk first released in 2008 that resides at the pinnacle of the post-rockers catalogue. These are thoughtful compositions that take their sweet time building up intricate webs of guitar and rhythm. I / II is reissued on vinyl by Holy Roar, available in both standard and ‘Seafoam Gre...view item »

OvO
Creatura

After releasing with Load records and Supernatural Cat Italian Noise rock duo OvO are dripping down even more to their DIY ethic by switching to a smaller independent newstart label Dio Drone. After experimenting further with blurring the lines with electronics and live noise rock, Creatura marks a step further into the...view item »

Unearthly Trance
Stalking the Ghost

Unearthly Trance have been stewing in their own dark juices for seven long years, but now these doom-laden New Yorkers are back in action with new album Stalking The Ghost. There’s no messing around here, just treacle-thick sludge riffs and guttural howls, delivered like a noisy thud to the gut. Stalking The G...view item »

Melvins
King Buzzo

I walked into this one really expecting the heavy/fuzz laden Buzzo sound. I was actually surprised by the way this came off. In a way this is far more laid back than I could have imagined from King B. With that said, I really like the way this album is put together. I don't want anyone to think this one doesn't have its heavy spots...it definite...view item »

Melvins
Joe Preston

As a close look at the cover art might reveal to you, this 1992 EP is part of Melvins’ tribute to Kiss, in which three members of the much-loved sludgelords each made a solo record to line-up with Kiss members’ solo records. Obviously, nobody will confuse the morass-thick rock-noise ...view item »

Melvins
Dale Crover

Dale Crover has assembled a surprisingly good collection of mind melting hard rock with this solo offering. Easily the heaviest of the three solo albums,and arguably the best. Although it's hard to say that for sure because each one of them has its own personality and sound. Dale Crover features singing from the quiet Melvin, and his songs exami...view item »

Aseethe
Hopes Of Failure

Iowan three-piece Aseethe love doom and they love drone, and they’ve sort of tried to merge the two here on Hopes Of Failure. The trick is to sludge up and slow down their compositions so that the chewy riffs start to melt into each other: the results will certainly satisfy fans of blackened heaviness. Hopes O...view item »

Emperor
Emperor

Extreme metal stalwarts Candlelight have revisited Emperor’s back catalogue. Norway’s greatest symphonic black metal band were genre defining, and to have their debut EP on transparent red vinyl is real treat. All remastered, with the careful eye of the band, they’re back to rightfully reclaim the throne....view item »

Uniform
Wake In Fright

Uniform’s new album sadly doesn’t appear to have anything to do with the Australian film Wake In Fright, but it does have a similarly harsh impact. These songs are about drugs and war, and in some cases are literally built out of sampled guns and explosions. Add guitar, nihilistic howling and power electroni...view item »

Krause
2am Thoughts

Krause is a dirty alliance made up of alumni of bands including Casual Nun, Straighthate and Progress Of Inhumanity, and they play fierce and filthy noise-rock in vintage style. It really does sound blasted and distort-damaged to hell. 2am Thoughts is their debut releas...view item »

Relay For Death
Natural Incapacity

You may recall that Oakland’s Rachal and Roxann Spikula aka Relay For Death, released an awesome LP on Aaron Dilloway’s Hanson back in 2010 entitled ‘Birth Of An Older, Much More Ugly Christ’ and also the killer ‘...view item »

Spider Kitten
Ark Of Octofelis

Spider Kitten’s 8th full length outing stirs a big old cauldron with a broth made up of Pink floyd psych, Black Sabbath riffs, the pure weight of The Melvins and the dark theatricality of Nick Cave. Big chugging riffage topped with soaring vocal deliveries...view item »

Maria W Horn
Diverted Units

‘Diverted Units’ is the inaugural release on promising new label Holodisc, and marks the debut solo record by Swedish composer and electronic musician Maria W Horn. Working in the realm of extreme computer music, her previous work has co...view item »

Motörhead
Aftershock

Even with thirty-eight years and twenty-one whole friggin’ albums under their studded leather belts, Motorhead show absolutely no sign of slowing down or becoming stagnant for even one second. They can still groove and shred as mightily as any other great metal band. “Aftershock” is an absolute blast to listen to -- a virtual t...view item »

Daniel Menche & William Fowler Collins
Split LP

It's dark ambient/drone time with this split LP from Daniel Menche and William Fowler Collins, who take a side-long track each here. First we've got Menche's offering 'Raised Coils of the Giant Serpent of Eternity', in which he drones on pipe organ, trumpets, tubas, trombones, electronics and noise. It starts out quite tranquil and organic and...view item »

Mesa Ritual
Mesa Ritual

We've an LP of slow, subtle dark atmospheres here from Mesa Ritual, the duo of William Fowler Collins and Raven Chacon. Like many things I've had to review this week, this isn't for people who like "music" per se, rather a textural exploration of hiss and crackle and static and buried, wavering drones. Buy this album expecting pop songs and you ...view item »

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...view item »

Emperor
IX Equilibrium

This is the third album of true Norwegian black metallers Emperor, reissued at last. As one of the founding fathers of the symphonic wing of the genre, Emperor have a highly dramatic sound, although IX Equilibrium focuses a bit more on direct fierceness than previous records. IX Equilibrium is ...view item »

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...view item »

Loke Rahbek & Puce Mary
The Female Form

The dark Danish sound of the Posh Isolation label is very well represented by this collaboration between one of its bosses, Loke Rahbek, and one of its harshest stars, Puce Mary. The Female Form digs into a bleak soundworld of droning electroacoustics, keeping the listener at a distance even as they are...view item »

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&n...view item »

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...view item »

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...view item »

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...view item »

Contrepoison
Discography 2010 - 2012

If you’re into Posh Isolation and Sacred Bones type stuff, you will dig the gnarliness within on this collection that brings together all of Pierre Marc-Tremblay’s Contrepoison releases between 2010 and 2012. The record features, among many other things, tracks from a split that he did with ...view item »

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 captu...view item »

Chasms
On The Legs of Love Purified

San Francisco duo Jess Labrador and Shannon Madden purge the stresses of being artists in almost hostile cities with My Bloody Valentine esque walls of sustained guitar chords that aren’t quite drones, with straight hitting drum programming all topped with subtle vocal harmonies that ...view item »

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 ...view item »

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 b...view item »

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...view item »

Cube
My Cube

Hello. You have thirty minutes to move your cube. In the meantime, listen to ‘My Cube’, by Cube, possibly about cubes. This is their very first LP but unlike a baby’s first steps it is not at all adorable, instead pushing distorted synth-punk through a lens of unkind noi...view item »

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 ...view item »

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 Appropriati...view item »

Helmet
Dead To The World

With almost 7 years since their last full length Seeing Eye Dog, rock royalty Helmet return with Dead To The World. Helmet has been made up of many members through the years, from other incredible bands such as Battles, Biohazard, Anthrax, and ...view item »

Fvnerals
Wounds

We are living in a post-doom world, and Fvnerals are one of the leaders. Leaning further towards Earth-like territory, Wounds isn’t just heavy riffage, it’s a stark tonal landscape with a pitch black airiness that crosses over from depressive doom to dark ambient drone. Perfect stuff for lat...view item »

Wrekmeister Harmonies
Then It All Came Down

This folksy doom metal project comes from JR Robinson, Leviathan's Wrest and a variety of other metal artists, who come together to make a spectral, meandering cacophony with pastoral undertones. Wrekmeister Harmonies and 'Then It All Came Down' is recommended for fans of a variety of disciplines -- be they drone and doom specialists who spend t...view item »

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...view item »

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...view item »

Wrekmeister Harmonies
Light Falls

Wreckmeister Harmonies mix drone, neo-classical, outrock and extreme metal. They are led by JR Robinson. Essentially a duo, Esther Robinson makes up the other half. Their new album Light Falls features a bunch of interesting guests including Thierry Amar, Sophie Trudeau and Gregory Herzog from Godspeed! You Blac...view item »

Hey Colossus
Cuckoo Live Life Like Cuckoo

Ooof, here’s the chunky new offering from UK noise rockers Hey Colossus, reinvigorated by the addition of an ex-Part Chimp on drums and this time round opting for a more hi-fi approach to their sound, recording these tracks live to tape throughout 2012. The band m...view item »

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....view item »

The Dead C
Trouble

I should be able to just say “this is a new album from The Dead C” and you’d go and buy it straight away, but in case you need convincing… Trouble is a big fat double LP, calling to mind their classic Harsh 70’s Reality record in both size and sound. The Dead C ke...view item »

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...view item »

Einstürzende Neubauten
Alles Wieder Offen

Neubauten's new release 'Alles Wieder Offen' ("All Open Again") is released on their own Potomak label. Recorded in their own studio funded by a world-wide network of subscribing supporters. Elaborate packaging in Digipak with a full colour booklet containing lyrics in both German and English. ...view item »

Einstürzende Neubauten
Silence Is Sexy

Well it's not like earlier Neubauten. The same goes for "Tabula Rasa", another terriffic album from the band. But some people are displeased with those albums and all of the ones in between because they're not...um, 'Industrial' enough, they're not 'angsty' enough, and they're too tame. Evolution in sound and overall feeling/atmosphere the music...view item »

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...view item »

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...view item »

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 L...view item »

Crobot
Welcome To Fat City

Charge the bong and get the brewskis ready. Crobot join the Nuclear Blast family by putting the rock and roll back into hazy, bluesy stoner metal. Working with the Lamb of God and Clutch producer and mixed by the guy that did Led Zeppelin and Nine Inch Nails, ch...view item »

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 ...view item »

Kvelertak
Meir

More sheer flaring action from Norwegian devil-horners Kvelertak (whose name, you might be interested to know, translates to ‘chokehold’). They have deep roots in both the extreme metal and the riff-ed-up rock-n-roll worlds, blending both into a fierce guitar storm. The Meir album is their second, first rele...view item »

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 et...view item »

Myrkur
Mausoleum

Danish artist Myrkur’s strangely refreshing take on black metal melds something between Chelsea Wolfe and Wolves In The Throne Room. Mausoleum is a live recording of acoustic, choral and stripped down versions of songs from her debut album, M. Backed by Norweigian Girls&r...view item »

Sewn Leather
Freak On Hashish / Longboarding Is A Crime

Are you angry? Had enough of your job, your life, your broken down car and your girlfriend/boyfriend not putting out and not doing the dishes? Haven’t we all. Are you looking for a theme tune to aid you in your rampage as you sort out your life while spewing angry, long syllabulled rants at passers-by a la Mike Leigh’s Naked? This is...view item »

Witchthroat Serpent
Sang-Dragon

Witchthroat Serpent are a stoner-doom band (can you believe it?!) with thick wedges of occult practice in their aesthetic and hazy slabs of blackened guitar in their sound. Sang-Dragon wears its old-school heavy metal heritage proudly on its denim-patched sleeve: Witchthroat get it just right. Out on Sv...view item »

Pig Destroyer
Terrifyer

Terrifyer is the third album of Pig Destroyer, initially released in 2004. This violent slice of grindcore hasn’t been available on vinyl for over a decade, and this reissue even adds 4 bonus tracks never before pressed to wax. This release is on ‘Bone White’ coloured vinyl, in a limited edition, on th...view item »

Pelican
City Of Echoes

'Down to earth' is a good way to describe their performance on the album overall. Their previous effort, The Fire In Our Throats, was a little pretentious, and they tried to get away with putting too little music in too much time. On City Of Echoes, Pelican knew exactly what they wanted to do, and they recorded as an incredibly tight unit once m...view item »

The Dillinger Escape Plan
Dissociation

The fact The Dillinger Escape Plan announced that they will be splitting up after the release of Dissociation and that the two are not connected feeds my need for irony for the day. After five albums, the record itself is as strong and fear mongering as they have ever been. Relentless. Relentless. Relentless. Relentless...view item »

Salem's Pot
Watch Me Kill You

Watch Me Kill You is an LP for which demand far outstripped supply: it’s been impossible to get hold of for quite some time. Fortunately, the Riding Easy label has now relented, opening up access to this astonishingly heavy material once more. 2 side-long jams, wreathed in weed smoke and amp vibrations. Orange and purple splatter ...view item »

Costes
Pas Encore Mort

Wild, ridiculous, dangerous, bold artist Costes is one of a kind, performing whatever demented notions crawl into his head. He’s recorded and released over 70 albums, and this is another one. Pas Encore Mort is a fairly song-based record, with the French mutterings of Costes playing out over alter...view item »

Various
Cherrystones: Critical Mass / Splinters From The Worldwide New-Wave, Post-Punk and Industrial Underground 1978 – 1984

Get away from here with your overly Anglocentric narratives of post-punk! As Cherrystones: Critical Mass / Splinters From The Worldwide New-Wave, Post-Punk and Industrial Underground 1978-1984 demonstrates, incredible stuff was being made all over the place, pushing the envelope ever further. The first track, from Rheingold...view item »

Okkultokrati
Raspberry Dawn

Hard to pin this one down apart from to note that it is well heavy… Okkultokrati have hard rock at their core, but with plenty of influence from punk, post-punk, metal and black metal. New album Raspberry Dawn even finds them adding a synth player into the mix, for even wider possibilities! Dark forest music on S...view item »

Horseback
Dead Ringers

Wanderings through dark experimental territory from Horseback here, the solo project of Jenks Miller. The man has range: Dead Ringers morphs from anxious beat-driven songs to thick drones to krautrock / metal explosions. Richly atmospheric material, with an impact just as strong as that creepy sleeve ar...view item »

Clay Rendering
We Are Aware

Next up on Sir Prurient's Hospital Productions label is one from duo Clay Rendering, aka Wolf Eyes alum Mike Connelly alongside artist Tara Connelly. Their music sounds like extreme music being reduced into a dreamt-up ambience, blurred together but never cut of its melodies or extr...view item »

Godflesh
Songs Of Love and Hate

From 1996, an album from pioneers of industrial music Godflesh for the first time on vinyl with Songs of Love and Hate.  Genre defining at the time, now you can experience the drums of Bryan Mantia and Napalm Death guitarist Justin Broadrick’s atmospheric and minimalistic industrial sound in impe...view item »

Isis
Temporal

Even after splitting up, Isis still impresses. “Temporal” is a posthumous release by one of the most iconic atmospheric sludge bands of all time. This is a band that defined the post-metal offshoot, introduced many fans to a more meditative sort of weight in music, influenced countless bands, and accomplished just as much as the grou...view item »

Faith No More
We Care A Lot: Deluxe Band Edition

This release looks all the way back to 1985 and the debut of original vocalist Chuck Mosley’s Faith No More. We Care A Lot is roughly produced (the band had no money) but full of flavour and 80’s flair. It has been out of print absolutely years, so here comes a Deluxe Band Edition remix with 9 extra...view item »

MoRkObOt
GoRgO

MoRkObOt recorded their fifth full-length 'GoRgO' in Padova. Lin, Lan and Lon (on bass, bass and drums respectively; no Len this time) got it all down live to tape, mixed and mastered within two weeks! These are some fast-working Italian boys. We at NR are impressed; particularly seeing as the record is choc full of TiG...view item »

Melvins
Basses Loaded

This Melvins album is named Basses Loaded because it is packed to the gills with notable bass players, up to a total of 6! As well as the regulars, we have Steve McDonald of Red Kross and OFF!, Jeff Pinkus of Butthole Surfers, and ...view item »

Netherlands
Audubon

Timo Ellis, famous for his work with Cibo Matto, founded Netherlands (not the country) to satisfy some of his grungier needs. And that’s exactly what the band does on their new album. Their guitars, drained in fuzz, play heavy and catchy riffs, making Audubon an album th...view item »

Mike & The Melvins
Three Men and a Baby

The Melvins are as dense and crushing as ever on this new record they’ve made with Mike Kunka of godheadSilo. Three Men And A Baby chugs along at speed, a sludge-noise-rock juggernaut ...view item »

Torche
Restarter

Torche are monoliths of the heavy rock scene whose ascent to power came about through a clash of infectiously heavy melodies perfectly complimented by grungey, downtuned, discordant rock. Their debut album with Relapse, 'Restarter' is a ten song manifesto of thunderous, heavy rock glory. In spite of it’s undisputable heaviness it has a pop...view item »

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