Daniel’s favorite albums of 2016.
Combining simple songwriting with immaculate performances and arrangements, Radiohead’s 9th is one of the most poignant statements of the year.
Returning after nine years, Novembre bring gothic back to the centre of their sound, to mixed results.
Ihsahn’s latest solo album is as unique as it is confusing.
Slice the Cake’s sophomore album reaches ambitious heights that no one thought was possible of the deathcore genre.
An album of soaring falsetto melodies over intense blast beats, Astronoid’s debut is somehow as well composed as it is unique.
Slice the Cake take on dark ambient and spoken word in a dramatic prequel EP.
A collaboration between Norwegian metal and folk royalty breeds a beautiful, if a bit predictable, record.
Katatonia’s most progressive record yet is probably also their best record yet.
Stetson’s latest endeavour sees him reimagine a 20th Century symphony with post-rock and ambient influences.