When pinpointing the beginnings of heavy metal, many consider Black Sabbath the originator of the genre and, while we all can hum the melody of “Iron Man”, many might be unaware of these five facts that define the band’s legacy.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #14 features Pearl Jam.
Want to know the ins and outs of the Wiretap Records-released Eager Heart EP from alternative punk trio Lost In Society? Then check out our exclusive track-by-track, EP overview, and studio photos!
For 40 years now, Saxon have been one of the most reliable bands in the British hard rock and classic metal scene. Feast on the reissues of three diverse records in their genre-spanning run - Denim & Leather, Power & The Glory, and Crusader.
Into Canadian punks Single Mothers? You should check out The Drew Thomson Foundation’s new, punky alt-country, 4-song Stay EP which dropped on May 11th via Dine Alone Records. Here’s our exclusive track-by-track.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #13 features The Fever 333.
After Molly "Meatball" Mccann and Darren Till represented Liverpool on this past weekend's UFC card when it came to Liverpool, we chat to Paul Reed to find out who are among the city's next generation of fighters for MMA fans to watch out for.
For those of us who have spent many years worshipping at the bloodstained altar of Blasphemy, these two records via Nuclear War Now! deserve a place in our collection, serving as demonstrations of just how unrestrained and devastating the band are in a live environment.
The Lightness Of Being release their new EP, Diversions, through all stores on Friday 1st June and ahead of the release, give a track-by-track insight into the EP.
Swedish classic rock lovers Graveyard are back with a new album, Peace, and in this exclusive video clip, Truls Mörk talks about his favourite artwork.
Derek Hess, one of the most notable artists in the heavy music scene in the last 30 years, has released his new book, 31 Days In May, which is a collection of his darkest and most powerful work tackling his struggles with mental illness and addiction.
Taking the title of their new EP from The Wonder Year’s song,Someone You Could Trust, Sam from Fight For Friday, reports in with this exclusive studio diary...
In this edition of our Women of Rock series, Swedish post-rock quartet Junodef present a killer list of five must-hear English acts including Esya, Jennifer Walton, Big Joanie, Lo Barnes and Biig Piig.
In the name of all that is heavy, we’ve endeavoured to rank Bring Me The Horizon’s main discography. Have fun - and be safe - diving into our hierarchy of the six major releases from Sheffield’s favourite deathcore teen’s turned alt-rock stalwarts.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #12 features Slayer.
may be best-known for its food trucks, family-friendly fun, and world renowned headlining indie artists, but you’ve got to check out Noname
, Pierre Kwenders
, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
and Jacob Banks
when you visit Toronto’s Historic Fort York and Garrison Commons
on June 2nd and 3rd.
Headed to RBC Echo Beach on May 26th for CBC Music Festival? Well, there are five lesser-known bands you won’t want to miss!
Roy Khan has rejoined the world of metal, leaving the world in shock. What’s more, Conception have reunited - but what does this signify?
To hear someone putting what you feel into crushing, audible assault is gratifying in a way that is dubiously hard to describe, usually dependent on whether someone else has ever shared that experience.
Did your parents ever say the music you listened to sounded like “a bunch of noise”? If only they knew the half of it. Find out more in our piece on NOISE MUSIC!