Judging by the reaction from the packed house at The Church in Leeds, Crawley disco-indie lot Black Honey are on the edge of big things. Check out our review and photos inside.
Our mailbox is flooded on a daily basis with new sounds, so we’ve rounded up some of the best to get you through the next seven days. Enjoy!
We recently sat down with Canadian hip hop veteran Thrust and had him dish on his role in one of Canada’s classic anthems, “Northen Touch”, and his general thoughts on the Toronto hip-hop scene that continues to gain traction worldwide.
We hit the House of Blues in Boston, MA and caught Thrice, supporting their Epitaph Records debut Palms, accompanied by LA punks The Bronx and shoegaze act Teenage Wrist.
We had the pleasure of doing a Q&A with bassist Jeff Matz about High On Fire’s latest record Electric Messiah, the band’s decision to work with Kurt Ballou on yet another studio effort, how he spends his off-time, and more.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #7 celebrates 1988’s They Live released via Universal Pictures.
On Monday, October 15th, The Milk Carton Kids took the stage at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer. For a Monday night in Philadelphia, the crowd was full of dedicated fans, the anticipation amongst them evident.
If you’re ready for a break from your daily dose of heavy, we have just the thing for you, with the premiere of indie rock band Leem of Earth’s latest track “The Beech Tree’s Song” from their new Velvet Blue Music EP Chapter One.
Delighting in being unconventional, Brighton's Matt Finucane unleashes his new EP, Disquiet, today and we're streaming the entire thing in full here.
Jinjer, one of the most talked about new metal bands on the scene, have just released a new video for "Ape". Check it out here.
Toronto, Ontario’s SAGO play some fast, hard melodic hardcore. Real shit! Stream their full-length recording Flood Island today.
From writer/director Drew Goddard, Bad Times at the El Royale is a kick-ass Friday night popcorn thriller that’s splendidly entertaining. Pour yourself a cocktail and prepare for pure FUN!
Wacken Metal Battle USA submissions have now opened for unsigned bands wishing to compete with a chance to play live at the 2019 edition of Wacken Open Air.
Ever been curious to know what’s actually inside Thor’s Toolbox? Well, thanks to the Invercargill, New Zealand-based instrumental prog rock/metal trio Filth Wizard, you’re about to find out!
It’s that day of the week again, nope not hump day, the day after, which is #tbt y’all. We have a nostalgic Audioslave track, plus tunes from Taking Back Sunday and Brand New!
We spoke with Paul Roche, guitarist for country rap group Cypress Spring, to learn a little more about his tattoos and the band’s new album American White Trash.
Ready to bring the energy back to pop-punk? Well, welcome to Kansas City’s Keep True and our exclusive premiere of the group's new “Living” music video.
Welcome to the sonic world of Gematria, a collaboration between Ray Suhy and Steve Honoshowsky which will see the release of their debut self-titled EP this Friday, via Nefarious Industries!
Bloodstock organisers have confirmed that German rock legends The Scorpions will be the Sunday night headliner joining the previously announced Sabaton as two of the three headline acts.
Brent Walsh has released the hip-hop/r&b inspired "The Way You Seem", the second single from his sophomore release Are You Even There at All?.