Metalcore stalwarts Caliban freshen things up on album number 8.
The suggestion that Caliban have become a stable of the genre they helped to popularise...Read more
Beardy American folk and acoustic rock from Nathaniel Rateliff.
American songsmith Nathaniel Rateliff follows his critically acclaimed debut In Memory...Read more
POW! - DARK FUZZY LO-FI POP-PUNK, AND A GARAGE-ROCK EDGE
Hard-boiled debut from San Francisco, howling out at a...Read more
Rural Wales, New York and garage rock collide on the Drowners short and punchy debut album
Named after Suede’s first single, British/New York indie band the Drowners release their...Read more
Skindred Release New Album "KILL THE POWER" to reclaim the UK Rock Throne.
Never ones to stray too far from a tried and tested idea, Skindred return with more...Read more
Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir makes his English language debut
Having achieved a triple platinum status in Iceland, Ásgeir is ready to reach a...Read more
No surprises but plenty to enjoy on ex-Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde's new project Snowbird
Bella Union's label head and former Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde has dusted down his...Read more
Harrowing doom that chews you up & spits you out – Indian unleash ‘From All Purity’
I hadn’t heard of blackened doom purveyors Indian until around a month ago, after seeing...Read more
First studio album from Uncle Tupelo (Wilco/Son Volt) gets the Legacy Edition treatment
The oft-lauded 1990 album 'No Depression' from Uncle Tupelo bristles with rowdy, cowpunk...Read more