Seeing Alexisonfire perform at New York’s Terminal 5 was one of those cross-it-off-your-bucket-list things. With Angel Du$t opening the night, things just went from awesome to bad-ass.
Chef Danny P. returns for another Baker’s Dozen entry, this time with a Spring treat that’ll help you get sprung. Hungry for lunch? Try a mid-day munch with some Jack Herer-infused “Fuzzy Spring Fiddleheads.”
We're hitting you with fury and intensity today vis-à-vis the premiere of the new video for “Turn Around, Bright Eyes” from Orlando, Florida’s loud-ass band, The Glorious Rebellion. The song’s taken from the Sludgelord Records-released EP, Scholars of War.
It was time we finally spoke to South African prog rockers Deity’s Muse for a look at the future, but also the challenges of the past. Vocalist and guitarist, Wayne Boucher, spoke to us with his usual humility and honesty, and there is a lot to chew on!
Pitiless, a two-man metal machine from Toronto, Canada, are set to release their debut EP Amaranthine on July 26th and today we’re offering a first listen of their unique sonic attack with the lead single, “To Storm the Gates of Heaven.”
Having got a couple of well-received singles under the belts in the form of “Holy Scars” and “Nepture,” we’re exclusively premiering “Daggers,” the third single from Welsh fuzz rockers Sweet Ignitions.
The Unheavenly Skye Tour cruised through Boston’s oceanside Rockland Trust Bank Pavillion and brought with it incredible performances from co-headliners Coheed and Cambria and Mastodon, plus openers Every Time I Die.
While you may think that a band with a new EP titled Turbo Thunder Pussy is from the ‘80s hair metal era, you’d be far wrong in this respect. Check the new single “Cycles” from Quebec’s alt-metal/rockers, Vibrant Heels'!
With help form rapper Yung Pinch and electropop singer/DJ Elohim, the uber-talented, Platinum-selling Blackbear had everyone at Toronto’s Rebel roaring at the top of their lungs.
Mr. HR, the enigmatic lead singer of revered punk band Bad Brains, has confirmed an October 18th, 2019 release of his new solo recording, Give Thanks, via Hardline Entertainment.
What might be the last place you’d want to source your fresh meat is also the first place you should head for quality dance rock. Head to the shop of Swiss duo Blind Butcher for a fine cut of music via their track “6300.”
Los Angeles, California’s The Longing once again deliver a monstrous mix of raw progressive metal and rock topped off by the soaring vocals of Laura Bradley. Check out the band’s new single and video for “Crosses.”
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!
New Jersey-based post-emo outfit, Misery Loves Company, has announced a summer tour with If Not For Me.
South Africa’s The Shabs have taken things to the next gear with their latest album Can You Hear Us At The Back. We spoke to guitarist/vocalist Jon Shaban about signing with Just Music and what looks like big changes ahead.
Californian indie punks, Black Adidas, are no mere aping of other acts and insist on being loud, brash, and most importantly, unique. Their new single “Be Cool” is due June 21st via Digital Analog Records but you can now hear it here!
To get you hyped for Madison, Wisconsin’s Mad With Power Fest 2019, festival organizer and Lords of the Trident vocalist Ty Christian shares his TOP 10 list of arcade games to play while headbanging to power metal.
Celebrating a twentieth anniversary milestone of their critically-acclaimed This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours album, Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers delivered a career spanning set and then some to a sold-out crowd at the York Barbican.
It’s bright and sunny these days, not only outside, but also for Cleveland indie rock band Window Dogs who, today, are debuting their latest single “Stage 4” in anticipation of their big hometown gig at CODA Live Music Venue tomorrow!
After their arresting performance at Southern California’s annual Doheny Blues Festival, we caught up with blues rock phenoms Southern Avenue for a soulful discussion about their music and second album Keep On, out now via Concord Records.