The Atlanta band loves Johnny's Hideaway, a "cool little time capsule" with a disco ball, strip lighting, and something called the "Sinatra Room."
The New York quartet's debut 'Drowning World' is everything the stuff we call noise rock should be: namely, absolutely disgusting.
Fueled by the once in a lifetime chemistry of three longtime friends, 'Roach Goin' Down' is a special, experimental take on what it means to rock.
On 'Goodbye,' Jeff Fribourg’s new project turns bleak, noisy music into a shout of humanity.
The Peruvian-Argentine duo’s new track is built on a stark contrast between noise rock, improvisation, and pure rhythm.
The clip is taken from the experimental stalwarts' new album, 'Thin Black Duke,' and was directed by Chris Purdie.
Members of Yob and Dark Castle collide with sludge, doom, and noise rock on this Oregon outfit's sophomore album (out May 26 via Brutal Panda).
Somehow, it works. The nightmares of the 90s are alive in the Montreal post-metal outfit's newest album—stream it here.
Stream an exclusive acoustic demo version of the title track from the new reissue, and read our interview with the noisy metal trailblazer
An album this intense could only come from a band that formed because of a bar fight.
Stream the NYC noise rock acolytes' new collection of rare and unreleased tracks featuring appearances by members of Unsane and Primitive Weapons