Liminal by Entropy could well be the sleeper hit of the year. It’s a gold mine of huge, expansive, emotive post-hardcore with killer metallic riffs and soaring vocals.
Kestrels are the heart and soul of frontman Chad Peck and Dream Or Don’t Dream is an album that brims with want, longing, emotion and fuzzing riffs
Is Push, the third album from HEADS. their best work to date? We really think so, find out why this is such a powerful and venting collection of songs.
From the destructive minds of Al Wilson and Jon Perry along with Andi Jackson for the ride, Shuck, could well be the band to sit nicely in the middle of that Venn-diagram of heavy, melody and aggression.
Bristol’s Sugar Horse keep cementing themselves as a best-kept secret with every new piece of music they create. Here’s why Drugs is one of the best EPs of 2020.
On Resort For Dead Desires, Casual Nun plays with the notion of genre, crafting something that fits the spectrum of chaotic, thoughtful, reflective and incandescently abrasive all at once.
TRAPS are made up of current members of Holy Roar roster-botherers, OHHMS (all hail the riffs) and feel like the indignant and bratty little brother to these Kent-based doom merchants.
Bristol’s Sugar Horse firmly cement themselves in the realm of “what the fuck did I just listen to?” After the Druj EP from last year, new single, Pity Party, joins that feeling.
It’s comforting that every Sugar Horse track seems like it could soundtrack the end of the world. If that isn’t a statement to make you want to listen, I don’t know what is.