Danish project Heathe is far from your ‘usual’ rock band. For starters, it’s not a band as such, more a collective of liquid band members built around one constant, Martin Pale.
Any band that provides Jamiroquai’s Deeper Underground with a doomy, sludgy ten-minute-long metal makeover gets a firm thumbs up from us – so let us introduce you to Sheffield’s Kurokuma.
We’ve got some truly wondrous new music to bring your week to a terrifying yet bright and uplifting end.
If you’re on the lookout for music that might make you want to tap your foot and nod your head, then look away now. Because Hull sludge doom merchants Mastiff are only interested in “someone slamming their head into a concrete wall just by listening to it.”
With a name like this, how could we possibly not name Barbarian Hermit as our New Band of the Week? And when you hear their music, which they delightfully describe … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Barbarian Hermit
Italian gothic rockers Deeper Down bring us an intriguing, mysterious sound that combines doominess, wailing vocals and string instruments. The quintet of vocalist Elisa Cesarino, guitarist Luca de Cesare, bassist … Continue reading Introducing: Deeper Down
We’re starting 2018 as we mean to go on by making our first New Band of the Week of the year the brilliantly bleak, relentlessly heavy Leeds-based doom sludgers Hundred … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Hundred Year Old Man
In the past few weeks I’ve been getting more and more into the awesome dirgey sound of dark doom metal. And we’ve found a band that epitomises everything that’s great … Continue reading Introducing: Kroh