Azusa’s debut album, Heavy Yoke, arrives on November 16th.
The metal duo add new vocal collaborations and post-rock to their abrasive collages of pandemonium.
From death-metal masterworks to stoner-doom monuments and Big Four thrashterpieces.
I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer arrives in the spring.
Tokyo experimental metal outfit celebrates 25 years of existence.
From the band’s new album, Dear, coming as the Tokyo experimentalists celebrate their 25th anniversary.
Stetson is joined on the record by members of Liturgy and Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog.
“Now” and “In Our Name” mark the electronic artist’s first new material since 2009.
These heavy albums both captivated and offered solace throughout a harsh year.
A new taste of the supergroup’s debut LP, Echolocation.
Legendary mathcore band’s final record goes out on a punishing, beautiful high note.
Supergroup’s debut full-length, Echolocation, is out this January.