As is tradition, it takes a Finnish band to show the others how to play funeral doom fit for the house of God.
The UK stoner rock heavyweights return with spliffs a-blazing to unleash this surprise hit.
Masterful hymns from the Sabbatic craft.
Mind-bending occult doom.
Good things come to those who wait. Asva’s latest album, Presences of Absences, was brewed to perfection over three years and it’s their most daring effort to date.
Stream the new split from the Netherland’s finest in its entirety. Sludge-merchants Starve come to blows with the forward-thinking black metal of Terzij de Horde in a unified concept of “a chosen hollow”.
The colossal Ural Umbo emerges from the depths under a new form. Delusion of Hope is a harrowing example of modern-day kosmische terrorism. Out now on Utech Records.