Caverns, the debut album from Into Orbit—an instrumental duo from Wellington, New Zealand—is a perfect example of music that matters.
Trepanation – Hideous Black Abyss. Bandcamp. Get it now.
Earlier this year, industrial doom duo Dying of the Light released their latest EP, Monolithuim. Six Noises chats with band co-founder, Chris Rigby.
Twenty years. That’s how long we’ve waited for Sinistrous Diabolus’s debut full-length, Total Doom//Desecration.
New Zealand has a twisted heart that’s reflected in the country’s most ill-omened metal. The self-titled debut from Shallow Grave captures that anger and unease flawlessly
In a world of far too easily manufactured fury, integrity speaks volumes and there’s no doubt whatsoever of the sincerity of Titan’s work.
“Enemy Blood”, the debut single from Device, is a damn impressive first charge at the ramparts. I’m definitely looking forward to see what they brew up for their next assault.
The Higher Key is quite simply one of the finest metal albums to be released from these shores.
This June, Scott Kelly, Steve Von Till and Wino are set to release a nine-song tribute to outlaw country legend Townes Van Zandt. It is a wholly mesmerizing work.
Why you’re all not endlessly raving about Finnish sextet Barren Earth is beyond me.
Equal parts enigmatic and ingenious, Matt Pike and the boys have drawn a bloody line in the sand that few would ever dare approach, let alone cross.
Abazagorath’s new self-titled EP is their first new material in four years, and it more than exceeds expectations with its hellfire and brimstone delights.
Dark Descent specialize in releasing albums that adhere to a few simple precepts: they must be raw and they must be unrelentingly visceral. There’s no posturing to be found on Dark Descent’s roster.
Friday night’s album fundraiser for Wellington’s Beastwars was a hugely emotive evening, with three excellent acts serving up hefty rock and metal to a legion of devoted followers.
Things are the same as they always were in Aura Noir’s fiefdom—very ugly and hostile—and Out to Die is a barbaric blitzkrieg that cuts to the quick of metal’s putrid core.
Failure Epics is 36 minutes of astute prog, all wrapped in a glistening chrysalis of intrepid ideas and aspirations.