“Hanging Me at Dawn has been about for a long time, but until now, we’ve never dared lasso it and lead it into the studio.”
The Bug teams up with an unlikely source to deliver the perfect remedy to combat the months ahead.
Having released three albums in 2020, the Toronto artist spares some time to answer our customary 13 questions.
The New Zealand veterans return with one of their finest records yet.
“The 2nd album should see us move forward and keep trying to create a sound that our current environment represents”
On the back of Hellena’s debut album ‘Demythed’, we catch up with the Greek song writer.
After a seven year absence, Justin Broadrick re-emerges as Jesu.
The Philadelphia four piece lean towards the softer side on their fifth album.
The London experimental artist returns with two new albums.
“Our lives are made up of many things we don’t want to do. Our responsibilities define us though, so we do what we must.”
The king of alt-country returns with love and a little bit more on his latest solo outing.
With his new EP at our fingertips we go to town on Dead Animals with those ever evasive 13 questions.
What band or record changed to course of your life?
“Joy Division is really the only answer I can give”
One of Athens, Georgia’s lost albums gets reissued and we see how it has fared over time.
With the help of Spike Lee, David Byrne takes his era-defining live show to Broadway.
When did you last get into an argument?
“It might be easier to ask ‘when didn’t I?’ Something I should probably curb”
“I don’t feel guilty for liking what I like because music is something very primal and emotional”
Bruxa Maria interview: “One should not have to like someone’s art before they can see or accept the value it has to others”
On the back of their second album, we talk to Bruxa Maria’s Gill Dread about punk, mental health and the effects of social media.
The heavyweights of doom return with their fourth record.
The modest troubadour returns to his home state of Kansas to find inspiration on his sixth album.
The Liverpool artist’s debut full-length arrives in December.
To listen to Paper Ships is to be involved in another person’s life journey
After 21 years Mr. Bungle return in barnstorming fashion.
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou: May Our Chambers Be Full – “a union for any progressive metal follower to treasure”
Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou combine forces to unleash a stunning debut.
Richard Dawson and Co. continue to explore the oddities of pop music on their latest offering.
“I’m an artist. And I’m a well educated intellectual in disguise as something else.”
Holy Sons’ sensational new album, Raw and Disfigured is set for release this Friday and we talk to Emil Amos in the first part of an exclusive two part feature.
Aaron Turner’s SUMAC returns with more mind-bending interpretations of metal.
Polly Jean Harvey’s “big” album turns 20 and we look at how it’s fared all these years later.
With their second album released this year, the Durham-based four-piece strike gold.
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