Super Simon's favourite records of 2014
Kevin gets stuck into his ten favourite albums of the year, plus a few extra bits and bobs
Our resident hardcore expert Dan offers up his ten favourite releases of 2014!
Check out new boys Jagwar; brimming with prog in their new track "Like The Leaves"
The Mad Scotsman speaks: Elliot's favourite albums of 2014, in ever-entertaining fashion.
Josh's favourite records of 2014!
Contributor William Alex Young's Best Of 2014 list
Contributor Chris Warunki's Best Of 2014 list
Tech Fest announces its first bands for 2015, including Decapitated, The Contortionist and Haken.
Photos from Hacktivist's Download Freezes Over tour stop in Edinburgh last month, with Dead Harts and The One Hundred.
Watch Devin Townsend's new lyric video for Z² track "March Of The Poozers"
Milli Vanilli keyboard playing. Beating up The Algorithm. Thall. All this and more in our Euroblast interview with Aussies Voyager!
Dave Hunt from Anaal Nathrakh talks death, desire, and escapism.
"Haken are absolutely one of the finest prog bands in the world at the moment, and Restoration is simply more proof of that."
With ten months to go until the next Euroblast, the festival has dropped ten names already booked for 2015!
Protest The Hero, The Safety Fire and The Contortionist warm up Koko on a cold December night
Pelican announce a new reworked/remixes EP called The Cliff: stream the brand new vocal version here!
Check out The Contortionist's new video for "Primordial", from stunning 2014 release Language!
Now where have I heard that riff before? Periphery debut new Juggernaut: Omega track "The Bad Thing"; not such a bad thing.
"The Animal You Are firmly establishes Sumer as a force to be reckoned with."
Catch Sylosis' second new single "Leech", along with it's slightly NSFW, rotoscoped music video.
We caught up with Sean and Ian of Shattered Skies at Euroblast, and discussed poo, wrestling names, and got a bit fixated on incest.
"Planet Satan is a tight, metallic, razor-sharp black metal album..."
Kevin reports from Sanctuary's recent stop in Vancouver, with support from The Peopl now and Iron Kingdom.
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