Metal mainstays Iron Maiden recently headlined Glen Helen Amphitheater in Devore, CA and we captured the July 1st show in all its glory!
English tech-metal group Borders support their new four-track Diagnosed EP with a TOP 10 list of their favourite Van Bangers!
This EP is a different and welcome batch of songs by El Ten Eleven that sees them trying something new with success, while still remaining true to their sound.
Much like a Broadway musical or opera, there’s something theatrical about Vanish’s upcoming release From Sheep To Wolves.
A new EP from WA metal-twisters He Whose Ox Is Gored, is always a bright shiny (and very loud) ball that begs you to play with it; so we did, happily.
This band wants the big time bad, and trust me, they have the goods to just take it from who or whomever.
From top to bottom, Death is a great addition to the band's staggering discography.
Dream Alive is a great, fun record that will likely stand as one of the best of its genre at the end of the year.
Spider-Man has always seemed to me the most relatable of the mainstream superheroes, and yet, despite my fond memories of the character, I wasn’t excited for Spider-Man: Homecoming. I have seldom been happier to be so entirely wrong.
We caught Japanese Breakfast at Toronto's Velvet Underground on July 7th for a synth-y, captivating show.
Long-time Florida power duo Guillermo and Arturo (aka Cave of Swimmers) are back laying down the metal while shining like their new single's namesake The Sun.
It may only be two tracks, but these are two of the best extreme metal tracks you'll hear this year.
In the timeless words of Kenny Rogers in his Grammy-award winning song "The Gambler," "You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away and know when to run."
Damsky's sound has potential, but they’ll need to clean up their act if they want to gain wider popularity.
Tallahassee, Florida-based singer/songwriter Lazarus Wilde shares an exclusive list of his TOP 10 favourite things to do in his hometown.
With Big Fish Theory, Vince Staples has given us an album that is both innovative and approachable. That’s no easy feat.
We sat down with Victor Solf and Simon Carpentier, French duo Her, to chat life and love on the road.
If you're prepared for an experience that will leave you feeling grubby for weeks, the new album from The Acacia Strain should be your first port of call. Read our review of Gravebloom here.
Ultimately, Death Certificate’s 25th anniversary reissue serves as a reminder, not just about Ice Cube the rapper, but the hip-hop genre as a whole: hip-hop is relevant.
“Risk Taker”, the latest single by Brooklyn duo The Golden Pony, is the kind of song that’s perfect for a road trip but doesn't really stand out.