New York Noise Punks Palberta's New Album Is Equal Parts Silly and Scary
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.
Numb.er's Mechanical Post-Punk Questions if the World Is Worth Saving
On 'Goodbye,' Jeff Fribourg’s new project turns bleak, noisy music into a shout of humanity.
Unsane Are Still As Nasty As They Wanna Be
Listen to the noise rock veterans' new album 'Sterilize' as they reminisce about the good old, bad old days of grimy, bloody 90s New York City.
Stream Portland Doom Heavyweights Norska's 'Too Many Winters'
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).
VICTIME Kick in the Door for Noise-Damaged Quebec City Punk on Their Debut 'Mon VR de rêve' EP
An album this intense could only come from a band that formed because of a bar fight.
Stinking Lizaveta's 'Journey To The Underworld' Is a Skronking Jazz-Doom Odyssey
Stream the new album from these Philadelphia experimental mainstays, out February 17 via Translation Loss
HEALTH Dial Up "L.A. Looks" in a Sleazy, Late Night Public Access TV Commercial
A highlight from the group's 2015 album 'Death Magic' gets a retro hotline-inspired video.
Norway’s Årabrot Transforms Tragedy into an Avant-Rock Epic with “The Gospel”
Stream the new album and read a candid interview with Kjetil Nernes about Captain Beefheart, Norwegian noise rock, and beating cancer.
PREMIERE: No Negative's Demonically Psychedelic New Video Will Make You "Feel It"
"Thank you Brooke Shields and Satan."
Yvette Alternately Soothes and Massacres on Their 'Time Management' EP
Get ready for the sweet sweet onslaught.
The Right Way to Vomit Milk and Play Stadiums: An Interview with HEALTH
The LA band sits down with us as they gear up for the release of their third album, 'Death Magic.'
HEALTH Have a New Song Which You Can Only Access if You Donate to REIFY'S Kickstarter
If none of this makes sense, don't worry, we'll explain.
Kim Taylor Bennett