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.
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.
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.
Northern Ireland’s Jealous of the Birds, aka Naomi Hamilton, joins us fresh off the release of the Wisdom Teeth EP, to list her favourite gender progressive artists as part of our Women of Rock series.
Following on from the successful release of their debut album Penumbra, we spoke to London progressive tech metal outfit Khaidian about the records and bands that changed their lives as well as getting them to pick their own favourite Khaidian release to date.
One of the most important lessons the internet has taught us is that those that have something unique to offer are a lot more successful.
In our new series, One & Done, we profile bands that came into existence and, with their debut album, unknowingly sang their swan song. In our first instalment, we look back at the Sex Pistols and their debut, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, released October 28, 1977, via Virgin.
I love Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’sideas. They are big and they always make everyone stop and listen (whether you agree with them or not). I don’t necessarily agree with all of them, but I do think these are the discussions we need to be having right now!
Glam rockers Mother Feather join us for a new edition of Stereo Six, describing five classic albums (and one curveball) that directly influenced the glammed-up sounds on their most recent Metal Blade Records release, Constellation Baby.
Having just dropped their new album, Dark Dive, we spoke to Portuguese hardcore band Push! about their local scene getting the lowdown on their favourite venues, bands and places to hang out.
Death/doom supergroup, Pulchra Morte join us for the latest edition of our Stereo Six segment, detailing six classic albums that directly influenced the sweet sounds on the band’s debut release, Divina Autem Et Aniles, out now via Ceremonial Records.
With their new EP, Heart-Shaped Hell, due on February 22nd via ChelseaGirl Records, the Hollywood twosome 8MM give us five female-inclusive groups that they absolutely adore.
Fresh from releasing their new single, Brit emo-punks Erica Drive sat down and told us about five killer songs that influenced their sound. See what they chose right here.
Athens, Georgia indie rockers DEEP STATE have returned, sounding better than ever, with their new thirteen-track full-length, The Path to Fast Oblivion. In this op-ed style guest blog, the guys poke fun, talk politics, and reaffirm that there’s hope for humanity!
Celebrating the release of their debut full-length, In Scenery, out today via Pheromone Recordings, the gents in indie-psych group Lost Cousins share an exclusive guest blog discussing the album’s recording and production.
On October 12th, 2018, Albany, New York hard rock quintet, Between Now and Forever released a damn catchy single called “Pull Me In”. Today, we’re stoked to share a guest blog by vocalist Rodney Tobin discussing the song’s origins and meaning.
Ever been interested in how to go about growing your own cannabis? Our own Andrew Hartl offers an in-depth look at his personal experience in growing his own batch of Tutankhamun (aka “King Tut”) marijuana in this in-depth, DIY feature.
Manchester, England’s alternative rockers, The Elephant Trees are huge supporters of the LGBTQ community. With their debut EP due in April and the “4100” single on Feb 15, the band listed their Top 10 LGBTQ artists to look out for in 2019!
New York rock quartet Here’s To You return from an extended absence with their new album Wonder/Wander. In a special guest blog, the band shares with us how taking a break has helped them grow as a band, and as individuals.
From Black Peaks to Leprous, alt-rockers Icarus Dive reveal the five songs that helped define their sound.