Articles by Gavin Brown
Their latest album Imprisoned In Skin sees the band reach new levels of intensity as well as speed and heaviness.
This is heavy music done right, done with passion and done with the plan to make as much noise as possible, a plan they triumph with easily.
Gavin Brown caught up with guitarist Andy Gibbs and vocalist Bryan Funck from Thou for an extensive chat about their new album ‘Magus’, its creation and themes that was both insightful and fascinating and a whole lot more.
It has to be said that it is certain that you won’t find another album with as much power intensity for the rest of the year and if you have a passion for grindcore, then your album of the year is right here.
Gavin Brown caught up with drummer Mariano from DEAFKIDS to hear all about how the tour went and their live experiences as well as their latest release, being signed to Neurot Recordings and their experiences with Neurosis and the influence of d-beat as well as music from their homeland in Brazil.
Gavin Brown had a chat with drummer Anders Jakobson from grindcore band Axis of Despair to hear all about the band and their new album ‘Contempt For Man’.
Gavin Brown had a chat with guitarist Danny Marshall from Canadian hardcore punk band Baptists about the band’s latest album ‘Beacon Of Faith’ and more.
Concise & Sinister is yet another reason why Spider Kitten are rightfully revered and has to be the band’s most accomplished and well executed material yet with the variety and delivery of the bands music here demonstrating how great a band they are.
Gavin Brown had a chat with guitarist and songwriter Marc Emmerik from hardcore band Vitamin X to hear all about their latest album ‘Age Of Paranoia’, how J Mascis came to play on the album, their legendary live shows and the band’s staying power and legacy in the hardcore scene.
Gavin Brown had a good, long chat with Dylan Carlson, where they discussed his new solo album, Earth and other musical highlights.
The whole of ‘Rotting Civilisation’ is literally a blast from start to finish and well worth the long wait for the first Septic Tank album.
Acid Cannibals are here to put the disorderly fun back into punk and noise rock and they succeeded in style with ‘Why Not Every Night’.
This tour, which was declared The Bloodstained Earth tour, featured three generations of metal bands hitting the road and doing what they do best.
This is music that draws you in and won’t let you go, consuming you with its furious passion and the raw, almost black metal howl of the vocals intertwine perfectly with the frequent and vibrant changes of the music that is played.
This is an album that covers a vast spectrum of heavy music and salutes it with pride.
With this album, Iron Walrus have raised the bar with their sludge and doom hybrid as they demonstrate exactly what they are capable of as a musical force and long may they continue doing this.
This reissue is a timely reminder that it is never too late to discover a band’s music and you can indulge in Blind Idiot God’s aural vision with this great album and discover or rediscover how good they are.
Gavin Brown had an entertaining chat with Jim Rushby and Steve Watson to hear all about their return, the new album, the band’s early days and what Iron Monkey have planned for the future.
Gavin Brown caught up with Full Of Hell vocalist Dylan Walker to hear all about the new album with The Body, the recent tour, festivals, films, working with Kurt Ballou and Merzbow, touring with Max and Igor Cavalera and Immolation and more.
Look out for the band when they unleash their unhinged and memorable live show, but until then revel in the grind madness of ‘Ugly Produce’.
He has made an album that that is certainly an epic listen but also a most rewarding one. It is testament to the high regard that Goldie is held in as an artist that not many people could release their new album almost twenty years on from his last one and for it still be worth the wait, which The Journey Man certainly is.