We spoke to the cosmic rockers about societal collapse, turning their record into a graphic novella, and the UK's sludge, doom and metal scenes.
"The music stays with you forever, and we’ve passed it on to the kids. I wouldn’t have changed anything. Not a thing."
The West London punk act want you to join your local union.
The fake substance, supposedly developed as a nuclear material in the 1970s, is being sold online for as much as £25,000 per gram.
This year, attendees of the annual anti-government Million Mask March had a new issue to shout about.
Bristol three-piece Svalbard say there's power in shouting about things you hate.
Not content with riling grown-up babies who love heavy music, the seven piece masked crew have brought their antagonism to the stage.
Kelly Hearsey's job is to identify people from CCTV footage. She's freakishly good at it.
The Southampton crew return from their self-imposed exile to talk about coming up through the hardcore scene and their new album "Sex, Death & the Infinite Void".
In our second Heavy Britain column, the Newport group chat sexual politics, privilege, evil – and how humans beings are the real devils.
In the first of our Heavy Britain column, the Newcastle band chat recent album 'Viscerals' and being called "unconventional".