It's midsummer already. The longest day is upon us and if you've got nothing better to do, why not cast your eyes in the direction of the lovely stories we had for you this week.
We kicked things off with a big article on H.P. Lovecraft for the fiction fans amongst you and had a look at what led to a reclusive, xenophobic, unappreciated writer who died the best part of a century ago, become so influential?
We also had reviews galore as we got stuck into the new releases from Veil Of Thorns, Cosmic Armchair, Alter Der Ruine, Mankind Is Obsolete, Unveil and Studio-X vs Simon Carter.
While over on Facebook we saw Cabaret Voltaire on the BBC, Dark-Cide announced its final three events at its current venue. There was music from Beauty Queen Autopsy, Caustic Window, Blush Response, and Alexander Lewis. UK tour dates from Beastmilk, album news from Deadcell and a free classic track from Bella Morte.
Right, that's your lot for this week, go frolic and be free until the weekend ends and you come back for more on Monday.