Colorado trio Ghosts of Glaciers combine the primitive pounding of thrash metal with the intellectual nuances of progressive rock on a new track, culled from the upcoming album, The Greatest Burden.
On Nighttime Stories, instrumental quartet Pelican make the most out of working without a singer, proving that some narratives are best built without words.
The beloved 2010 album from Philadelphia intellectual metal masters Rosetta gets a new lease on life. The band's Matt Weed looks back in this exclusive interview and album stream premiere.
Experimental heavy rock outfit a Storm of Light returns with a new video, "Prime Time", ahead of first album in five years, Anthroscene.
Deafheaven's 'Ordinary Corrupt Human Love' Takes the Strengths of Its Predecessors and Refines Them Even Further
Sunbather will forever be Deafheaven's iconic album, but Ordinary Corrupt Human Love might just be their best record.
God Is an Astronaut Takes Listeners on an Introspective Journey via 'Epitaph' (album stream) (premiere)
Irish trio God Is an Astronaut returns with ninth and possibly best album to date with Epitaph, out Friday via Napalm Records.
Chicago post-rock trio Lume carries listeners through a long night of the soul on superb new album Wrung Out.
With nearly a decade of live performances and LPs behind them, Icelandic collective Kontinuum appear poised to release their best work yet.
Bound Meditates on Thin Line Between Hope and Resignation Via 'No Beyond' (album stream + interview)
Washington, D.C. quartet Bound issues debut album on 20 April. Founding member talks about the year-long journey toward the record's completion and the events which inspired its nine tracks.
The Japanese rock insurrectionary Keiji Haino and Northwest art metal trio SUMAC improvise über-heavy body music.