Category: Rock

20 June 2022 / Dark

Does anybody write funereal rock music like Pennsylvania’s Deathwhite? As with Katatonia, their roots as a gothic-tinged doom band help them to produce a forlorn musical concoction that could appeal…

7 June 2022 / Reviews

Astronoid are a conundrum. The meandering melodies of shoegaze have always been a part of their sound but so have the savage dynamics of thrash metal and black metal. They’re…

3 June 2022 / Reviews

The death of Caleb Scofield in 2018 could have ended Cave In, but they honoured their late bassist by mixing and mastering their last demos with him for 2019’s acclaimed,…

18 May 2022 / Reviews

English trio, Puppy, are the type of heavy noise experiment NME and The Guardian cover as a sop to their small number of readers with a passing interest in metal.…

18 May 2022 / Dark
16 May 2022 / Reviews

Pure Reason Revolution astonished the rock world with their triumphant 2020 comeback album, Eupnea, and earned glowing reviews for their revitalised sound, including a gushing appraisal from Scream Blast Repeat.…

29 April 2022 / Reviews

The prospect of members of Soundgarden and Nirvana collaborating on an album is like Al Pacino and Robert Di Niro cast in the same film. Just as the two legendary…

28 March 2022 / Reviews

Greek quintet, Playgrounded, might be the most sophisticated band in modern prog rock. Main composer, Orestis Zafeiriou, graduated from the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague…

3 February 2022 / Reviews
30 December 2021 / Reviews

Gianluca Divirgilio is the sole creative force of Arctic Plateau, but you could be forgiven for thinking he disappeared after releasing 2012’s The Enemy Inside. A support slot with Anathema…