A chat with the man behind some of the heaviest music of the ’80s and ’90s.
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Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy gets the lowdown on one of the more fascinating concept albums of the past year.
Anthrax’s Charlie Benante replays a thrash metal classic, and watches as Ninja Tune producer Lee Bannon transforms it into something new entirely.
Hank Shteamer uncovers the rich overlapping history between two genres that seem to have little to do with one another.
A lengthy chat about jazz, metal and improvisation with one of the scene’s most extraordinary guitarists.
The Osiris of drone metal discusses twenty-minute songs, tube amps and Terry Riley
The Toronto DJ/producer offers up a guide to one of his favourite genres.
The front man for the controversial transcendental black metal outfit speaks his mind – and recommends some provocative books in the process.
In honour of this week’s summer solstice, Mark Pilkington looks at some of the tribes, and their music, who will be celebrating.
In their illustrated Beginner's Guide To Doom And Stoner Rock, Lilo Jimmy Batista and Naga Wika map the connections in a tangled web of musical ties.