Bloodstock returned in August with some new bands, some old favourites and three massive headliners. Simon Douglass joined the masses for the metal weekend of the year. Read his review inside...
Check out our show review and Day 4 coverage of 2016's Brutal Assault Festival hosted at Fortress Josefov in Jaroměř, Czech Republic on August 13, 2016.
Bastille put on an unbelievably wild performance this past weekend at Osheaga.
Check out our show review and Day 3 coverage of 2016's Brutal Assault Festival hosted at Fortress Josefov in Jaroměř, Czech Republic on August 12, 2016.
Check out our show review and Day 2 coverage of 2016's Brutal Assault Festival hosted at Fortress Josefov in Jaroměř, Czech Republic on August 11, 2016.
Check out our show review and Day 1 coverage of 2016's Brutal Assault Festival hosted at Fortress Josefov in Jaroměř, Czech Republic on August 10, 2016.
The Strumbellas killed every song they performed.
On July 5th at Boston's Brighton Music Hall, we caught up with letlive. who are blazing their way across North America in support of their new Epitaph Records release, If I'm The Devil....
Day three of Download Festival and, despite no let up in the rain, 80,000 weary rock fans were in high spirits for a day of great rock and metal from the likes of Halestorm, Shinedown, Amon Amarth and main stage headliners Iron Maiden. Read our review here...
Day two of Download saw Juliette And The Licks, Beartooth, Sixx A.M, Megadeth and more warm up the crowd for the main attraction. Black 'Fucking' Sabbath. Read our review here...
The heavens may have opened on day one of Download Festival but Rammstein, Raging Speedhorn, Korn, The Wildhearts and more made sure that rock won over! Read our review of day one here...
The night started with, of course, filling our bellies, and our choice of arena of which to do so was at To-Ne sushi. After that, we were pummeled with some damn fine heavy music courtesy of Nothing, Wrong, Culture Abuse and Dead Tired.
After waiting for what seemed like an eternity for Taake to put on their corpse paint, after the sans corpse paint sound check, they kicked off with "Nordbundet". It was like a fucking hydrogen bomb blast hit Club Red!
Alabama Shakes play the kind of of gospel-infused boogie rock that you feel throughout your body. Check out our coverage of their recent performance at Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park on May 28th.
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.