Underdark – Managed Decline

Hailing from Nottingham, Underdark is a five-piece metal band that straddles the lines between post-rock, black metal, noise and even elements of the most scathing end of post-hardcore for good measure.

Rest Easy, Rick Froberg.

“There ain’t nothing for it
What else can you do
Nothing to work with
Nothing to lose
It is what it is
It ain’t gonna improve
Nothing to work with
Nothing to lose
Take it or leave it
Do both if you choose”

Burner - It All Returns To Nothing

Burner – It All Returns to Nothing

This is like being set on fire and running through a paper factory, it’s absolutely chaotic, frenzied, guttural hardcore spliced with the most extreme moments of scything death metal, sprinkled with a flavour of mathcore deviance.

The St. Pierre Snake Invasion – Galore

Bristol’s The St. Pierre Snake Invasion sound as if they are wrenching themselves apart and hastily shovelling the guts back in, whilst sipping a cuppa and wryly observing the carnage. Yeah, it’s an odd one.

Torso – A Crash Course In Terror

There was much dismay in the APF Records camp when Possessor called it a day. However, crawling from this freshly dug grave, before you have a chance to salt the earth properly, Torso rises.

Amateur Cult – The Mirrored Pattern

We delve into the exciting and intriguing world of Amateur Cult, examining misleading realities, synths and living in a state of perpetual confusion.

Demons – Privation

Demons play the kind of frantic, scrappy-sounding punk rock, backed with this sludgy, noise-rock tone of indignation that fans of The Bronx and Whores will love.

Kestrels – Dream Or Don’t Dream

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