Even surface-level rock, punk, and metal need to get acquainted with these ten releases from 2019.
Cartoon metallers Belzebubs bring the darkness on Pantheon Of The Nightside Gods
Listen to the eerie new album by American occult rockers Sabbath Assembly, featuring Kevin Hufnagel of Gorguts and Dysrhythmia, before its release this Friday.
DevilDriver vocalist Dez Fafara adds to his infamous chin tattoo in colourful fashion
Machine Head have re-recorded their 1994 debut, Burn My Eyes.
“People in pain are vulnerable to bullshit artists,” says Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg.
On The Hardship Of The Scots, their first new track in three years, black metal legends Darkthrone remind you that only the riff is real.