The Number Twelve Looks Like You incite elemental gods to war on their first release in a decade.
The Callous Daoboys wield heavy riffs and chaotic compositions on their new full-length, and absolutely demolish my former hatred of the violin.
Spotlights use tone and layering to carve sonic mountains on their latest EP.
Helms Alee find their groove in aggression on their latest full-length.
The saying goes: “In his house in R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.” After listening to “kOsmik,” I’m pretty sure Cthulhu’s writing vicious atmospheric metal.
Astronoid mixes aggression with ambience to make metal you can breathe.
It’s Bullhead, bitch.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the album Lysol by the Melvins.