Bummer’s Noisy Rock Doesn’t Hold Back: “I Want to Punch Bruce Springsteen in the Dick” (Tr…
The Kansas/Missouri noise rockers offer up a fervent plea as the title for a new banger—check it out plus a Q&A with the band.
Black Sheep Wall Pens Personal and Painful “Songs For The Enamel Queen” (Early Album Strea…
Black Sheep Wall is back with a new album that further distinguishes their sound and finds new, heavy ways to make you feel things. Check out the whole album now plus a Q&A with the band.
Wenches: Loud, Belligerent, and “Effin’ Gnarly” (Early Album Stream)
Get loud and angry, it's a Wednesday after all. Stream the Indiana rockers' new album in full and check out an interview with the band.
Drift Away in The Twilight Fuzz of Spelljammer’s “Lake” (Music Video Premiere + Interview)
Check out the off-kilter music video for Spelljammer's new single "Lake," off their first new album in over five years, plus a Q+A with vocalist/guitarist Niklas Olsson.
The Powerfully Psychedelic Sonic Flower “Rides Again” (Early Album Stream + Q&A)
Church of Misery founder Tatsu Mikami's side project Sonic Flower recorded a follow-up to their debut back in 2005, but it was sadly shelved. It's finally seeing the light of day now, and we're streaming it early plus a Q&A with Tatsu.
Chris Rowella’s Top Albums of 2020
Chris Rowella highlights his top picks of 2020 -- exceptional albums for an exceptional (but in the other sense of the word) year.
Four Debut EPs You May Have Missed In 2020
It's not the best year to start a band, maybe, but these four debut EPs should not be missed.
Radiant Knife’s Progressive Sludge Attack: After The Body Comes “The Ghost” (EP Premiere)
Following up on their "The Body" EP, Louisiana sludge pioneers present their follow-up: stream "The Ghost" EP now.
Chris Rowella’s Top Albums of 2019
Our noise-rock aficionado bursts through the seams of genre classifications with his year-end picks, featuring 20 eclectic picks from across the heavy spectrum.
Chris Rowella’s Top Albums of the Decade
With picks from Beastmilk, YOB, and Stone Axe, Chris Rowella's decade-end list sums up ten years of rockin' hard and stayin' heavy.