Articles by Chris Grenville
Our chat with Nick and Myles from London rock band St. Sleep after their debut show at Hoxton Bar & Grill last December.
Here is The Monolith's (slightly overdue) look at what we anticipate to be the best music due out in 2016!
Coheed and Cambria and Glassjaw absolutely smash The Kentish Town Forum
"Under the cover of an electronic pop record, The Black Queen have hit upon an intelligent and emotionally resonant recipe of absolute quality."
Hevy Fest have announced their first thirteen bands for the 2016 festival, including Refused and SikTh!
Peep the first set of bands announced for UK Tech Fest 2016, including Protest The Hero and Between The Buried And Me!
A sweaty evening of heaviness on a cold January night sees Brisbanite deathcore meet Californian tech in North London.
Welcome to The Monolith staff's official Top Ten Records of 2015!
The editor's picks for the ten best records of the year, featuring the likes of Agent Fresco, Rolo Tomassi and Murdock!
Aussies Statues have announced their new lineup, and details of the new lineup's first song "Dogswamp"!
Which artists have impacted A Dark Orbit over the years? Chad and John discuss the bands that helped lead to their new album Inverted!
Dorje exude class, professionalism and fun in a riveting display of their new EP.
A night of low-key brilliance with The Half Earth, St Sleep and Dog In The Snow.
"If you've been awaiting SikTh's recorded return so voraciously there are friction burns on your thighs, then Opacities is not going to disappoint you...
As if Glassjaw just dropped a new track out of the blue. Here's "New White Extremity" from their as-yet undetailed third album.
Mercury is dangerous. Listening to "The Wanderer" is not. Come meet Mercury Killed Newton.
Get your brains around The Colour Line's new track "E = MC Hammered", premiered today via yours truly!
Rolo Tomassi round off a hectic year of touring in Hackney's Oslo
Introducing The Five Hundred's debut EP Winters, available from Monday but streaming in full here, RIGHT NOW!
We say goodbye to The Mire; one of post-metal's shining lights and a terrible loss to underground music.
Aussies Closure In Moscow light up London
"Good Tiger have the paws and claws to cut it with the best of them, and A head Full Of moonlight promises great things...
With the release of their brand new video for "Heterodox", we chat to Cambion about demons, dissidence and what the future holds for the...
"Lightless Walk should be your dispiriting listen of choice for the colder months."
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