Graham Finney

Graham Finney

Deputy Editor, Vice President (London, England, UK)
- Living an almost hermit-like existence these days, when not sleeping, slaving over a laptop or at a gig, my time is spent between photographing mixed martial arts, watching shit horror movies and learning to play my slightly battered acoustic guitar. The reason I still do this? Obviously the money, hookers and fast cars, but mainly because Chris lets me indulge my passion for music that sounds like elephants fucking.
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With just over 48 hours now until the gates open at Bloodstock Open Air, we've taken a look at some of the bands looking to make an impression on the…
By on Aug 07, 2019
Much-missed Welsh rockers Funeral For A Friend have announced they are to reform for two benefit shows in October. Get more information from the band…
By on Aug 07, 2019
With just a couple of days to go, Bloodstock Open Air organisers have issued a statement regarding the late news that Sunday special guests Dimmu Bor…
By on Aug 07, 2019
Ahead of the release of her seventh solo album, In The Raw, on August 30, we spoke to operatic powerhouse Tarja Turunen about collaborations, why she…
By on Aug 06, 2019
They’ve been described as pioneers of the India hardcore scene so if you’re a fan of bands like Botch and Coalesce we thoroughly recommend you check…
By on Aug 05, 2019
With just over 72 hour to go and a line-up that includes everything from the symphonic black metal of Dimmu Borgir to the hard rock anthems of The Sc…
By on Aug 05, 2019
Our mailbox is flooded on a daily basis with new sounds, so we’ve rounded up ten of our favourites to get you through the next seven days. Enjoy!
By on Aug 05, 2019
Years & Years promised fans a magical night in Scarborough and, despite a few technical issues appearing during support act Nina Nesbitt’s set, the who…
By on Jul 29, 2019
Our mailbox is flooded on a daily basis with new sounds, so we’ve rounded up ten of our favourites to get you through the next seven days. Enjoy!
By on Jul 29, 2019
Rowdy London duo The Survival Code are continuing to build on their rising profile with a new EP and, ahead of that, we're premiering their new video…
By on Jul 23, 2019
Cleveland-based metal band Mushroomhead may not have had the commercial success afforded to other bands in the nu-metal scene but, as we discovered w…
By on Jul 23, 2019
WIth a new album not due until early 2020, Los Angeles soul, rhythm and blues quartet The Real Still have dropped a new track and you can download "D…
By on Jul 23, 2019
Having taken a break from fancy hotel rooms and tour buses, John Newman has headed back to his roots with a tour around some of the smaller venues of…
By on Jul 22, 2019
Our mailbox is flooded on a daily basis with new sounds, so we’ve rounded up ten of our favourites to get you through the next seven days. Enjoy!
By on Jul 22, 2019
With just over three weeks to go, Bloodstock Open Air has announced the last selection of bands including the replacement act for Code Orange and a s…
By on Jul 20, 2019
Recent Download Festival headliners Slipknot have teased fans with details of the cities they will be playing on their long-awaited European headline…
By on Jul 20, 2019
Dallas metallers Light The Fire returned with their new album Compassion in Unlikely Places earlier this year and now we're premiering their awesome…
By on Jul 18, 2019
Rock giants Kiss brought their End Of The World tour to Newcastle for a jaw-dropping night of hard rock and you can check out the photo gallery from…
By on Jul 18, 2019
Stepping away from his role in The Parallax Method, Danny Beardsley releases his first solo record this September so we spoke to him about five songs…
By on Jul 17, 2019
Hardcore doesn't get more brutal and uncompromising than Converge and you can check out our photos from their recent show with Terror at the O2 Ritz…
By on Jul 17, 2019

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