Tag: stoner metal

6 July 2022 / Hardcore

Chicago trio, Mine Collapse, released their debut EP in 2016 and then disappeared… until now. As the project of Aaron Roemig and Mike Rataj, the band can receive more time…

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,…

15 March 2022 / Metal
24 February 2022 / Metal

Sheffield sludge merchants, Kurokuma, have been around since 2013. Having already made an impact on the underground scene with a string of EPs and split records, they’re now ready to…

26 January 2022 / Metal

It’s almost five years since Greek quartet, Kemerov, released their debut album, but they have the grit between their teeth for their sophomore effort. Anti-Hero takes aim at the intransigence…

20 January 2022 / Metal

Hertfordshire duo, Dreadbeggar, finally release their debut EP after sitting on it for four years, and it’s full of nasty riff-fuelled guitars. This is sludge metal the old school way…

12 January 2022 / Metal

Belgian quintet, Modder, aim to combine stoner metal with the cold tones of industrial music. Few artists harbour these niche ambitions, and they might find they’re the only player in…

12 August 2021 / Metal
6 August 2021 / Metal

Ghorot aim to incorporate doom, sludge and black metal into a miasma of despair and destruction. Stripped down to the core sound of distorted guitars, drums, bass and agonising vocal…