The intimate size of the venue will go down as one of those times where whoever was there will remember how it felt when they next see Myles Kennedy in a vastly larger room.
If you are a fan of Myles Kennedy’s vocal talents and have a desire to see where his songwriting has taken him in the country and folk realm, Damian Fitzgerald strongly recommends Year of the Tiger.
Machine Gun Kelly (the Italian rock band) have done little to differentiate themselves from the rest of the crowd, and No Easy Way Out.
What better venue than a small, intimate venue like the O2 Academy in Islington to see 36 Crazyfists and supporters, All Hail The Yeti, bring their metal party vibes!?
Joe Cardamone, best known for his work as the frontman of The Icarus Line, has released a second track from a series known as "Holy War Collection".
Machine Head's Catharsis takes a while to grow - not least because it's a lengthy slab - but it's worth the patience.
In Flames have delivered a short, sweet and respectful tribute to some A-class musicians and it is well worth its short run time.
In conclusion, Where is Duke Lion? He's Dead... is one of the most batshit crazy albums I’ve heard in a long, long time.
Truth be told, Lanterns comes across as really quite generic in its sound and, after several listens through, I still struggle to pick anything that stands out from the crowd.
The fact that Lionize can produce songs that fuse genres as well as tell some thought-provoking stories is a winning combination.
Crammed full of feel-good tunes (a lot of which are about drinking), this release will uplift even the most miserable individual.
Lead singer, Rome Ramirez and Eric Wilson along with new drummer Carlos Verdugo, delivered a nostalgic set that brought every fan back to the old days.
Backstage at Download Festival recently, we caught up with Michael Burrough from UK metallers The Raven Age to discuss their album, Download Festival and more pressing matters!
If you are a fan of this band, just invest in their studio albums so you can experience the true majesty that is KISS.
From The Dead Daisies and Blood Youth through the likes of Devildriver, Alter Bridge, Steel Panther and Clutch to headliners Slayer and Aerosmith, Download Festival sign off in style with a third day of great music and great weather. Check out our review and photos here...
After an awesome first day, day two of Download saw the weather hold out as thousands of rock fans enjoyed another great day of music including AFI, Simple Plan, Rob Zombie, Max and Igor Cavalera and more. Read our review and check out the photos inside...
The weather was great and the music was loud as we joined 80,000 rock fans for the first day of Download Festival 2017. Read our report here...
It's been a turbulent few weeks for the UK music world so it was a joy to see so many music fans enjoying the weather and an endless stream of punk, rock and hardcore as Slam Dunk returned for its 2017 event. We joined the masses in Leeds and you can read our review here...
Making their long-awaited return to the UK, even an injury to frontman Chino Moreno didn't stop Deftones taking fans on a journey that few wanted to end. Check out our review and photos here...
The Gospel Truth, the new album from punks The King Blues, sees the band shift direction this time around. Does it hit the mark though? Read our review here...