Kurt Vile and the Violators opened for Alabama Shakes at Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park this past Saturday. The outdoor locale was a perfect setting for an awesomely-chilled show.
Mortiis returns to the UK in support of his new album so we sent our photographer along to catch him in action. Read the review and check out our photos here...
Saosin stopped off in London recently to play a show at the Islington Academy so we sent Olivia Johnston along who brought back this review and awesome photos.
Fried Chicken and Baroness (w/ Mutoid Man)! Check out our inaugural Food and Show Review article thanks to chef Danny P.!
Lance ranks the bands he watched on Day 3 of Desertfest from worst to best. So how do Godflesh, Blood Ceremony, and Electric Wizard, and more stack up? Check it out.
Torche flipped off the standby switches on their retro Marshall and Emperor Cabinet stacks and commenced to tear into "Sandstorm" off the Meanderthal album. It was a great choice for an opener.
Last week Eagles of Death Metal opened for Death From Above 1979 at the PNE Forum in Vancouver; a must see when in town.
Perhaps no festival caters to a breed more unique than GWARBQ—the unapologetically grossest and strangest gathering of the summer, six-years running.
With the release of their new album just around the corner, Simple Plan brought some fun to the UK and we joined the band at a packed O2 Ritz in Manchester
Metal heavyweights Trivium hit a few of the lesser visited towns across the UK with a run of smaller venue shows. Pure Grain Audio caught the show in York and you can read our review here...
The 'Carnival Of Madness' Tour featuring hard rockers Halestorm, Shinedown and headliners Black Stone Cherry rocked up in Leeds recently. Check out our review of the show here...
Metal titans Slipknot brought their recent UK tour to an end in Leeds recently. Check out our review of the show here.
On February 27, 2016 metal bands Sacrifice, Macabre, Goatwhore and Panzerfaust helped to make the Inertia Entertainment 20th Anniversary Show a perfectly-memorable event.
While it may not be the Slayer line-up everyone knows and loves, the 2015 incarnation of the thrash legends shows that they are still unstoppable on the live front. Read our review of their show in Leeds right here.
Los Angeles’ X played to a packed house at The Roxy in Hollywood, their second night of a four-night residency. Check out our live coverage!
Headlined by Don Broco, the drug & alcohol free festival Butserfest showed it's not difficult to have plenty of fun without a drink inside you.
From the grindcore of The King Is Blind right through to the Gothenburg death metal of At The Gates, Damnation 2015 had something for fans of pretty much every genre of extreme music. Read our thoughts on this year's event here.
Dave Mustaine brings thrash titans Megadeth to the UK and, even with the pressures of an impressive supporting cast, still delivers exactly what their headbanging audience wants.
It looked as though a lot of people showed up mainly for MGLA because there was an unmistakable change in spirit throughout the whole place. Fans started cramming up front as the first notes rang out almost like an explosion of raw vitality and emotion.
Legendary hard rockers Motley Crue bring the curtain down on a rollercoaster 34 year career with one final party. Read our review of the Manchester show here.