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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Record-breaking beatboxer SK Shlomo turns electronic singer-songwriter on his debut solo album Surrender and you can hear the end result in this exclusive premiere of “The Future”!
on Feb 27, 2019
Download organisers have weighed in with an exclusive performance from pop-punk supergroup Simple Creatures along with 16 more acts. Get more details inside.
on Feb 26, 2019
Ahead of a busy 2019, Doncaster pop-rock quartet Bang Bang Romeo rock the life out of a packed local gig in Leeds. Check out the photos from the show here.
on Feb 26, 2019
Described as "the UK's angriest new metal band", Climate Of Fear are about to unleash their new album The Onset Of Eternal Darkness on March 1st so we had a chat to the band about the inspiration behind their pissed-off sound.
on Feb 25, 2019
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!
on Feb 25, 2019
Born in war-torn Beirut, Anthony Kaoteon has spent years crafting Death Tribe' debut album and we're exclusively premiering the lyric video for the title track here.
on Feb 22, 2019

9.5 / 10

The last few years have been dark and traumatic for Harrogate hardcore band Blood Youth, judging by the gut-wrenching honesty of their new album Starve. Read our review here.
on Feb 21, 2019
Harrogate hardcore bruisers Blood Youth are set to release their new album, Starve, ahead of UK dates in March. We spoke to the band about the inspiration for the songs on an album that is going to be one of the releases of 2019!
on Feb 21, 2019
Badflower's debut album, OK, I'm Sick, is set for release this week so, in the latest episode of Stereo Six, the band revealed some of the 'sick' bands inspiring their music.
on Feb 20, 2019
Backstabber release their new album, Conspiracy Theorist on February 22, so, given that it is a subject very close to their collective hearts, we asked them about some of their favourite conspiracy theories and scandals.
on Feb 20, 2019
Ahead of their one-off London show, Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil go on the rampage making their new video "Pain of Infinity". Check it out here.
on Feb 19, 2019
The Wildhearts have released "Dislocated", the first song from their forthcoming album Renaissance Men. Check out the first new material from the album here.
on Feb 19, 2019
Sludgecore leviathans Mastiff pick six of the albums that inspired the filth soaked sound on their recent album Plague. Find out what they picked here.
on Feb 19, 2019

7.5 / 10

Swedish black/death metal quartet Diabolical have been plying their trade for nearly 25 years now, so does their fifth offering, Eclipse, see them straying from their well-trodden path? Read our review to find out.
on Feb 18, 2019
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!
on Feb 18, 2019
Florida rapper Denzel Curry shows how vital and influential Rage Against The Machine still are with a devastating cover of their hit anthem "Bulls On Parade". Check it out here.
on Feb 17, 2019
A lot has changed for Harry Radford, frontman with Call Me Amour. Along with a new single, "Tourniquet", the band played their first show recently so we caught up with Harry to find out more about the last two years and the future.
on Feb 16, 2019
While not being a gamechanger, Dark Dive, the new album from Portuguese metallic hardcore band Push!, packs enough punch and mosh to keep the hardened metallic hardcore fan happy.
on Feb 16, 2019
While the rest of Manchester partied 'til it puked, Sabrina Ramdoyal got these awesome photos of LA sleaze rockers Steel Panther along with support act Gus G.
on Feb 15, 2019
Scottish indie-pop 3-piece Stillhound have released a brand new electronic-tinged single “Walk In The Park” from the new self-titled album due this March and are premiering their new video right here.
on Feb 15, 2019

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