Ron Anderson’s The Ashfield Session features early takes of the Secret Curve material from Anderson’s famed PAK trio. This thing will blow your mind.
In this month’s best metal albums, experimental mystics Locrian re-awaken, sonic chameleons Boris revisit an outlier, and Bloodbox blur the lines between organic and synthetic.
Exciting, manic avant-jazz/noise trio Bye Bye Tsunami further indulge their fascination with chaos, frenetic energy, entropy, and… bananas!
Mephisto Halabi’s The Arabic Room blends eastern exoticism, circuit-bent electronics, and some of the heaviest free improvisations you might ever hear.
Filled with everything from extreme doom/death and progressive death to experimental avant-garde jazz induced visions and screamo dreams, November does not disappoint.
Your reaction to Sunn O)))'s Life Metal will depend on whether you prefer a reminder of what Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley do so well, or wish that they were still unlocking new potential within what the band can be.
Experimental heavy rock outfit a Storm of Light returns with a new video, "Prime Time", ahead of first album in five years, Anthroscene.
Almost 30 years after their inception the extreme experimental spearhead act, Godflesh returns with an album that perfectly sums up their sound, and reveals even more about the oblique and elusive core of the band.