When Boston punk the Dropkick Murphys are in town, you know things are going to get rowdy and that was exactly what happened when they played at Leeds O2 Academy recently. Check out the photos and show review here.
Nashville blues rock trio, Indianola will issue their new album, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, on May 10th, and, supporting the new record, we connected with frontman Owen Beverly for a TOP 10 list of his favourite horror movie soundtracks.
A show not to be missed, Ukraine’s metalcore giants, Jinjer, and United Kingdom’s prog rock up-and-comers, SÜMER, will be gracing South Africa’s shores for two dates in May thanks to Turning Tricks Entertainment.
Anyone who says rock ‘n’ roll is dead needed to have their asses at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall last Friday. Rival Sons and openers Crown Lands delivered an epic show!
iDKHow’s Dallon Weekes drops a fantastic track-by-track breakdown for the acerbic yet slick, six-song 1981 Extended Play that’s out now on Fearless Records.
Papa Roach put on a faultless display when they rocked up at the O2 Academy in Leeds, with support from Nothing More, and you can check out all the photos here.
For fans of Ministry, this was a dream evening featuring a screening of Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records, sets from Ministry and Cold Cave and so much more at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
The guys from Glassing - an Austin, TX-based post-hardcore three-piece - join us for a Stereo Six to detail six records that shaped their upcoming album, Spotted Horse, out May 17th via Brutal Panda Records.
Meet The HU, the pioneers of Hunnu Rock! We caught up with the YouTube sensation in an exclusive interview to find out more about the throat-singing quartet’s musical influences, debut album The Gereg, tour dates, and more!
Roxbury, New Jersey is home to a beaut band called With Friends Like These, and we are premiering their new lyric video for the song “Gone” off the new record Pop Culture.
Punk rock band The Movielife wrapped up their five-week long tour on their home turf of Long Island, New York on April 20th, along with Travis Shettel, and delivered a high-flying, high energy performance.
With the adult graphic novel GRACE: Based on the Jeff Buckley Story (First Second/Macmillan), author Tiffanie DeBartolo has perfectly captured the essence of Jeff Buckley with heart and soul.
We spoke with Jordan Cook, lead singer and guitarist of hard rock powerhouse Reignwolf, discusses his band’s debut album, Hear Me Out, growing up in Saskatoon, moving to Seattle, Soundgarden, and plenty more.
Los Angeles-based rock quintet We’re No Gentlemen are gearing up to release their third EP, Heartbeat/Heartbreak, on May 24th and today we’re pleased to premiere their pulsing new single, “Heartbeat.”
Bloodstock organisers have been busy scouring the European scene for six new additions to the 2019 line-up. Get more info here.
After the release of two singles to get everyone all nice and hyped up, Scandinavian rock musician Lou Z is now ready to issue his new EP, Fairyland Goodbye, on April 26th via Møs Møs and we have its exclusive premiere three days early!
On a Wednesday night, in between Coachella weekends, Maggie Rogers performed a sold-out show at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, for the first time. And, honestly, it felt like the second coming.
Heavy As Texas is the new metal band spawned via industry veterans Kyle Thomas and renowned guitarist Marzi Montazeri. We spoke with them about their new group, debut album via Crunchy Western Records, and long-term plans.
Folk artist Pablo Dylan, grandson of popular music legend Bob Dylan, offers us a full track-by-track breakdown of his excellent new EP, The Finest Somersault.
Supporting their upcoming Matt Chiaravalle-produced debut, In Borrowed Shoes, on Borrowed Time, New York rockers The Sweet Things are debuting their tasty new single “Almost Faded.”