February brought both hope and despair for live music, but a steady stream of releases kept pouring. We bring you a review compilation containing some of the highlights that marked the second month of 2021.
Big Brave have announced "Vital", a brand-new record which will be released on April 23rd via Southern Lord.
Steve Von Till has announced the release of a new ambient record, entitled "A Deep Voiceless Wilderness", as well as a spoken-word release of his first book of poetry.
Fly Pan Am have announced a new record, "Frontera", which will be released on May 21st via Constellation Records.
Throughout eleven tracks we are given a glimpse to the past, the traditions and spirituality inherent in Norse culture, as we take a deep look into Wardruna's new record, Kvitravn.
Pallbearer, Elder and Irist are the newest additions to the lineup of Amplifest 2021.
Exhorder have announced the dates of their upcoming European tour in promotiong of their latest record, "Mourn the Southern Skies". Joining the tour as very special guests will be Gama Bomb, Evil Invaders and Chronosphere.
We spoke with Erik Moggridge about his musical upbringing and the Stygian Bough collaboration with Bell Witch, as well as his upcoming Aerial Ruin records and the forthcoming European tour with Wolves In The Throne Room.
The Armed have announced a brand-new record, "ULTRAPOP", which will be released on April 16th via Sargent House, and revealed their European touring plans for the Fall.
We spoke with Johannes Persson, the unmistakable frontman of Cult of Luna, about the creative and recording process behind both A Dawn to Fear and The Raging River, the founding of the band's own record label, Red Creek, and their return to Amplifest later this year as part of their upcoming European tour with Caspian and Holy Fawn.