Promoting their forthcoming sophomore album, Welcome To The Neighbourhood, due September 7th via Pure Noise Records, English rockers Boston Manor tasked guitarist Ash Wilson with listing his TOP 10 scariest horror movies.
Ahead of the release of their new EP, Freddy, frontman for crossover crew Rosen, gave us his top ten rock/rap crossover tracks.
Like the Offspring’s catalog, the three signature flavors of Gringo Bandito Hot Suace pack a wallop with a heavy undercurrent topped with notes that are surprisingly pure and light.
Other than lines such as “All I wanted was to be warm and noticed”, The Rogue To Nowhere contains little about Jason’s music; this is all about the drugs, girls and addiction. A stand-out memoir from a musician who has spent much of his career in the background.
Celebrating its 8th year, Rock USA in Oshkosh, WI delivered a kick-ass three-day experience with a diverse lineup, broad food offerings, and an unforgettable second day thanks to Mother Nature.
Canadian summertime is a beautiful thing and the perfect time to gather around a bonfire. In this edition of Baker’s Dozen, Chef Danny P. shares a “fuzzy” take on the classic s’mores recipe.
Ohio rockers The National and Danish microbrewery Mikkeller have partnered to release “Reality Based Pils”, a very drinkable, somewhat light, and straight-up pilsner in a cool can.
Out via Relapse Records, Diluvium, Obscura’s fifth album, closes their four-album run with a balanced blend of progressive composition and technical mastery that continues to impress the most hardened listener.
This is absolutely more than a book about a rock band. It’s a tale of discovery and about carving one’s own way while not exactly knowing what you’re carving into.
Their massive new album Catacombs out now via Century Media, we had no other choice than to select New Zealand rockers Like A Storm as our “190 Proof” artist of the month for July. #didgeridoometal
Dorian Sorriaux, guitarist with Blues Pills spoke to us about his top guitarists from the '60s and '70s
Meek Mill has been subjected to Judge Genece Brinkley’s unfair probation decisions over the years, stemming from a drug charge by a corrupt cop. It feels like Brinkley is the master of puppets, pulling the strings in this broken judicial system.
On Hekatomb, Funeral Mist craft a black metal record that merges multiple styles and techniques without the usual progressive and over-intellectualised trappings that usually accompany such ambitious undertakings.
Whilst this album does not quite hit an all-time high throughout, The Sacrament of Sin is still an enjoyable release from the German werewolves in Powerwolf. Out now on Napalm Records.
Expect big things from Exocrine in the very near future; Molten Giant, out August 17th via Unique Leader Records, is a titan of an album.
Trash Boat just released their second full-length, Crown Shyness, via Hopeless Records. Noticeably heavier and more hard-hitting than their first outing, it seamlessly continues the band’s trajectory as one of pop-punk’s most noteworthy acts.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honouring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #2 celebrates 1968’s Rosemary’s Baby.
Sick N’ Beautiful explore the Element Of Sex with their latest record - because what’s not to love about a group of aliens playing catchy, electronica-driven metal?
John Mellencamp’s DVD/CD combo release Pain Spoken, From The Chicago Theatre is a fresh and fantastic idea featuring a narrative description layered overtop of live footage of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer performing in Chicago.
Scottish rock trio, Fatherson will release their new Claudius Mittendorfer-produced album Sum of All Your Parts on September 14th via Easy Life Records. Naturally, the guys helped us list the world’s TOP 10 most obscure body parts.