On their second album, 2018s ‘It’s Hard To Have Hope’, there’s no room for interpretation: Svalbard is fighting for the voiceless, and pushing the boundaries of metal in the process.
Alma R. writes about their relationship to The Sunset Tree: a record that understood the experience of childhood trauma, violence and abuse – and provided a roadmap for survival.
In the first of a new essay series, editor Jade Curson discusses how Nanami Ozone’s sophomore album gave her emotional grounding when she needed it most.
Rich Hobson speaks to Press Club about breaking the UK, and their latest record. Then, two months later, he speaks to them again about another UK tour and, can you believe, another new record???
“To style-hop yet still feel focused as the band does here is a testament to [Ewald’s] songwriting”