Clutch’s twelfth album, Book of Bad Decisions, out now on Weathermaker Music, is a triumph that captures the essence of the band and the sound that made them famous, yet also seeks out new elements to work alongside the blues rock/funk metal landscape.
For many years, bringing the legendary Bat Out of Hell to a stage as a musical was simply an idea that was not to be... Until now. The recent performance of Bat Out of Hell at the Manchester Opera House was nothing short of magical.
Bat Out of Hell, the hit musical that took the UK by storm, is riding over to North America. Warm up your voices for the singalong!
For the second time this year, Alter Bridge front man Myles Kennedy returned to London with his Year of the Tiger tour. This time, though, he was supported by a full band to enhance the experience.
Halestorm are in fine form, and Vicious has all the elements to make it go down as a modern classic.
This record is living proof that artists like Trent Reznor are willing to push the envelope, experiment and push the boundaries of what is considered the norm in any genre of music.
Giovanni Spanó is a very busy man with a career not only in acting, currently in the Bat out of Hell musical, but also with his band deVience. We covered both topics in length in this deep and informative new interview!
On the first day of the UK’s Download Festival, we spoke with Volbeat bassist Kaspar Boye Larsen. How’s the new album coming along? What’s the “Burger King” incident? Does he enjoy dad-jokes? All is revealed herein!
Day two of Download Festival saw the weather come out as thousands of metal fans soaked up the sun to a soundtrack provided by The Fever 333, Bury Tomorrow, Parkway Drive and the mighty Guns n' Roses.r
It is sadly the final day of Download, the fans are shattered but still going strong and having the time of their lives and the sun has come out strong again for the final day of rock! Check out our review and photos here...
Day one of Download Festival kicked off with a mix of old and new acts playing to thousands of fans across numerous stages at Donington Park. Check out our review and photos here...
Skindred rolled into London town for Big Tings. Along for the ride were CKY and Danko Jones, so a night to remember!
Reef released their first album in 18 years in May on earMUSIC, and it was entirely worth the wait. Reef use Revelation to showcase their immensely diversified sound, and the results are spectacular.
Bringing together a collection of amazingly-talented musicians such as Elvis Costello, Brad Paisley, Rosanne Cash and the late Chris Cornell, in Forever Words, John Carter Cash has produced a touching tribute to his father Johnny Cash.
Eat the Elephant, as a whole, is like falling into a peaceful void with no perceived end.
The intimate size of the venue will go down as one of those times where whoever was there will remember how it felt when they next see Myles Kennedy in a vastly larger room.
If you are a fan of Myles Kennedy’s vocal talents and have a desire to see where his songwriting has taken him in the country and folk realm, Damian Fitzgerald strongly recommends Year of the Tiger.
Machine Gun Kelly (the Italian rock band) have done little to differentiate themselves from the rest of the crowd, and No Easy Way Out.
What better venue than a small, intimate venue like the O2 Academy in Islington to see 36 Crazyfists and supporters, All Hail The Yeti, bring their metal party vibes!?
Joe Cardamone, best known for his work as the frontman of The Icarus Line, has released a second track from a series known as "Holy War Collection".