Long Island Sound Fest had its first run on Labour Day Weekend, boasting two days full of Long Island-based bands, ranging from new and local, like Strawberry Blonde, to household names like Wheatus and John Nolan.
What we have here is eleven of the finest, grandest death metal/grindcore tracks you’ll come across this year; there isn’t a dud on Aborted's TerrorVision.
Hailing from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, A Light Divided is a metal/pop quintet led by the powerhouse vocals of front woman Jaycee Clark, who joined us for this Women of Rock segment to highlight some of her favourite female-led musical acts.
Alt-rockers Icarus Dive give us an exclusive track-by-track insight into their stunning new EP, Among The Thorns.
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.
Pale Waves are shining brightly on their highly anticipated debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, out now on Interscope and Dirty Hit.
Hailing from the hardcore/punk/emo hotbed of Long Island, New York, Staleworth and Crash the Calm recently combined to release a split EP on Downport Records.
Feyer joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six, a feature where he offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape his debut full-length album, Signals Internalized.
Phoenix, Arizona-based Ferver Records recently reissued Don’t Waste Your Money on this Garbage, the sole studio recording from their hometown’s infamous punk group, The Spiffs. Good thing we scored this guest blog to expand on that...
“Wandering Eye”, the new song from MAWD, is a bastion of moody melodies, stellar vocals, and gritty guitar riffs, and is so chock-full of indie vibes that anyone can enjoy it!
What the f#ck is up with rock bands today? Can half of these popular bands even call what they play “rock music”? Artist Damon Kardon goes on a diatribe, and illustrates one of his frustrations with music today, not to mention Award shows.
With their third full-length release, Promethee have pulled out all the stops. Convalescence (Lifeforce Records) is another great example of Swiss ingenuity and deserves to garner the band plenty of international attention.
Blank Atlas make emotion-heavy alternative rock such as on their upcoming Canvas EP, but their influences range from Meshuggah to McFly. Check out our latest installment of Stereo Six.
For a three-piece, Conan still makes a hell of a racket. Existential Void Guardian drops like a rock via Napalm Records.
Monster Truck’s third outing, True Rockers is a solid recording, but it sadly lacks some of the pure heavy blues sound of albums past.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #18 features Halestorm.
Those new to Kevlar Bikini may well get onboard and find many merits to Rants, Riffage and Rousing Rhythms - it has a lot going for it. But this new direction has lost a lot of what the band had built their name on.
Cerement is well-written, well-executed, and deservedly belongs in Infera Bruo’s stellar discography.
Hello PGAers! We are pretty damn stoked to launch this new feature…Tales from the back,… The PGA Throwback Thursday, featuring Nirvana, Avenged Sevenfold and Metallica.
An exhaustive and expansive effort, the newly-released, super-deluxe edition of The Song Remains the Same is a magnificent, must-have set for any self-respecting Led Zeppelin aficionado.