Articles by Gary Davidson
Void of Light has built on its debut release with two excellent post-metal tracks featuring some of their best work yet.
To fly through post-hardcore, screamo, mathy sections, even near d-beat in 11 tracks and 29 minutes whilst still encouraging multiple listens without being overwhelming is a great achievement.
If this isn’t amongst the top post-metal albums of the year then something exceptionally special will have been released.
Gary Davidson caught up with Unhallowed Earth song writer, guitarist and vocalist Rusty Powers to unveil the first single ‘Wharf’ and detail the struggle not to be lost in the annals of the internet to ass cream and local rap stars.
After 19 years, Ahab is finding new ways to immerse the listener in the sonic pressure of Nautik doom. The Coral Tombs is crushing, spatial and ultimately rewarding.
Following its 2021 two track post-metal manifesto, Kollaps\e has delivered an excellent debut album which grows far beyond the early promise.
Excellent anti-fascist black metal with hints of death metal and thrash. The resistance is here and it is sounding amazing.
Amenra may have stamped its signature on many post-metal sounds but Gavran do an impressive job of inserting their own identity to the genre.
This is superbly well written and perfectly executed music which is undoubtedly some of the finest in the scene right now.
A unique mix of genres, pain and release culminates in a second excellent album from the Dutch post-everything five piece.
SubRosa fans it is finally here. Post split a new start, a new name, yet still making unique music which is possibly the members best yet.
This could possibly be Glassing at its best yet. Ferocious, reflective and constantly exhilarating.
At no point does Dimensional Bleed feel like a repetition of what has come before yet it is characteristically the Holy Fawn brilliance fans enjoy and cements the band’s place as one of the most exciting shoegaze bands around.
Gary Davidson sat down with Row of Ashes drummer Dan Arrowsmith and bassist/vocalist Chris Wilson to discuss the changes in the band’s size and sound as well as traverse the history of releases, formats and future plans.
Gary Davidson catches up with Gozer to discuss measuring success as a UK post-metal band, what drove the change from Archelon to Gozer and the cyclical musical success of the mighty village of Sheffield.
Doom mixed with black metal that provides a rewarding and massively enjoyable album.
Sleep In Light is the finest post-metal album this country has ever produced. In its quieter moments it remains threatening and in full flow there isn’t much that betters it.
Sometimes the only way to rid yourself of the rage is to expel it and for that I can’t prescribe this album fast enough.
On the eve of the release of third album Carrion Movements, Gary Davidson caught up with Novarupta creator Alex Stjernfeldt to talk over the final two albums, the April Fool’s songs and Euro-pop.
Stunning post-hardcore which has barrel loads if originality and would be for any fan of Converge, Birds In Row and Dillinger Escape Plan.
Album three of a four part series see Novarupta turn to longer instrumental post-metal and it is glorious. When given the correct time and attention these two tracks have endless rewards.