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Noise rock


Premiere: Buñuel – For the Cops

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Album Review: Krause – The Art of Fatigue

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Album Review : Metz’ ‘Strange Peace’

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LIARS have always been a pretty unique presence in our musical landscape, gnawing and needling away at the bones of rock as the whole edifice collapses, from right back when they presented that noise-rock concept album about witchcraft, They Were Wrong, So We Drowned, jeez, 17 years back now. Never mind always finding them in …

As a music writer, I have to listen to a fair bit of music I don’t necessarily like. But I was genuinely excited to happen upon ‘The Alarmist’, the lead single from Danish progressive noise rock trio HIRAKI’s forthcoming second album, ‘Stumbling Through the Walls’. The guitars are furious and the vocals even more so …

COMING out of Helsinki with a name that’s … suspiciously familiar, somehow? and a whole firestorm of howlin’ guitar, Gim Kordon have jut released their second (and presumably final) single of 2020, “Betoni kukkii”, the stylishly beautiful monochrome video for which you can lose yourself in below. The title of the song translates as “Concrete …

Errorr are a Berlin-based band three piece who primarily play noise- and punk-rock but incorporates a wide range of genres. They are led by Leonard Kaage who is known as the guitar player and producer of The Underground Youth and has also worked with many other bands such as The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Blue Angel Lounge,  Tracy …

Following hot on the heels of the critical acclaim that greeted the release of their fourth album ‘Atlas Vending’ on Friday, Toronto noise punk stalwarts METZ have dropped another new video from the album and announced a European tour in autumn 2021, as well as album launch shows at Toronto’s legendary Opera House this week. …

Kansas noise rockers BUMMER have released an excellent split single with Providence experimental metallers The Body. ‘False Floor’ should appeal to fans of bands at the heavier end of the noise rock spectrum like tunic, KEN mode, Unsane, HEADS., and exhalants. It marks BUMMER out as a trio to watch within the Midwest’s enviable noise …

London based Japanese band Bo Ningen have been steadily evolving their cathartic noise rock statements into something more expansive and diverse over the last few years. In fact even at their most Melt Banana they have always injected some melodic psyche overtones and a feel for song structure into their music. Now after three LPs …