Polish death metal masters Decapitated have released a music video for the song "Kill The Cult" alongside a raft of tour dates.
Ahead of a busy Summer of festivals, UK favourite Jamie Lenman gives us his favourite festival stories and tips. Read on...
#0, Sid, whom you may know better as Sid Wilson of the famous metal band Slipknot, has finished work on a new solo record.
The Italian brothers who go by the name of Piqued Jacks have issued their latest music video for "Wildly Shine." The song was pre-produced by super producer Michael Beinhorn.
In all honesty, if you’ve ever wondered what it would sound like if Rites Of Spring played breakneck thrash covers of primitive skate punk while sampling serial killers, this is it.
Britain's Massive Wagons have kept it coming with their new single "Northern Boy," from their new record Full Nelson.
Devan Glover, vocalist for the Toronto, Canada-based folk-rock quartet Wild Rivers, hit us with her five picks for female-centric groups that not only influenced her musical tastes, but also are ones you gotta get to know (if you don’t already).
Ice Nine Kills have released another new video for "Thank God It's Friday." In the video, the group (and a bunch of unsuspecting teenagers) visit Crystal Lake and that's when all the trouble ensues.
Chef Danny P. is back with more tasty goodness! In this episode of Baker’s Dozen, crank your BBQ to “high”, stream our cook-ready playlist, and grill up some “Not So Southern BBQ Chicken”!
Monday nights are jumping once again on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, largely in part to a band called Royal Distortion, featuring members of punk band Barb Wire Dolls. We spoke with frontwoman IQueen about the band and new music.
Remember how summer used to last forever? Well, now it definitely feels finite, and it’s already almost half over. So get your shit together and check out some banging tours before another one slips away.
What happens when the Foo Fighters play to their largest-ever Toronto crowd at the Rogers Centre with support from The Struts and The Beaches? The answer rhymes with fandemonium.
The Surf City Blitz festival has been announced which will bring together some of the greatest punk rock bands in the history of SoCal punk together for one massive show.
There’s a greater darkness at work on Doomed’s 6 Anti-Odes To Life, as funeral doom adds another superb band to its roster.
Portland, Oregon’s UADA brought their mysterious personas and dark sound to Club Red in Mesa, AZ and, along for the evil evening were The Black Moriah and Wolvhammer.
In the inaugural episode of the Paltrocast podcast, your host, the New York-based writer and editor Darren Paltrowitz, speaks with acclaimed comedian, actor, and writer, Fred Stoller.
Kingston, Ontario-based rockers, The Glorious Sons, have unveiled details for their now-confirmed headlining Canadian “SOS Tour” with support from The Beaches.
Celebrating the July 13th release of their new album Legacy (Rockfest Records/Sony), we connected with Jarob Bramlett, drummer and graphic artist for the hard rock foursome, The Protest, to shed some light on the dark cover art.
Coffin Birth by Extremity is a genuinely confident, powerful, thought-out example of death worship, and one that’s unquestionably worthy of your time.
Toronto noise rock duo, Not Of have just unveiled their Christopher Mills-directed video for the “Watch Him, They Said” single taken from the upcoming sophomore release, Hypocritic Oath (July 20).