Whilst A Storm of Light’s Anthroscene may not hit the same heights as their previous two albums, it is still a very good release, filled with a spirit of righteous protest and disgust at modern life.
With American Reckoning, Anti-Flag have ensured that those who are willing to listen to what they have to say can really hear the band’s views on the state of the world.
Overall, whilst some songs are a hit, Antartarctica, Evil Scarecrow’s fourth album, is an exceptionally uneven release, with some tracks bordering on unlistenable.
Entitled Spaceman, the latest record from co-founding KISS lead guitarist, Ace Frehley, is an impressive piece of work — one that likely will “scratch” the “itch” of dedicated die-hards, while further enhancing his impeccable street cred.
The Silencer, a melodic death metal band from New York, join us for this exclusive post to promote their newest video/single, “Within”, and discuss the mental health issues the song touches on.
October has just started and thankfully we can cap off a superb September with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, Perth, Australia’s The Faim. Fresh off their debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, via BMG, this band is a must-add to your #rockradar.
Topping a live acoustic bill in Brighton, Jared Hart reinforces his reputation as an artist to always catch when he comes round on the live circuit, supported by Rocky Catanese, the particularly excellent Arms & Hearts and Harker.
Brighton newcomers Villainous talk us through the inspiration behind their rifftastic new EP which drops on October 10th. Read on.
Mia Klose, the tiny Swedish blonde with the big voice, has returned with Stronger, her follow-up to 2012’s debut London. So, how does it fair?
Summoning Death have some smart ideas in The House That Screams, but they are unfortunately buried underneath bland death metal.
The Tasmanian devils, Psycroptic, are back with a new molten slab of technical death metal - As the Kingdom Drowns, out November 9th on Prosthetic Records - that is guaranteed to melt your face, make your ears bleed, and have you begging for more.
With humour, self-deprecation, and lots of gear talk, LA rockers VIKINGO! join us for an exclusive blog post about the experience of recording their recent Set It On Fire EP.
We’re counting down the TOP 10 songs from Memphis, Tennessee’s Christian rock group Skillet. Peruse the list to see which songs made the cut from the band’s massive catalogue.
Sloks, Turin’s nihilistic howlers, recently dropped their debut album, Holy Motor, on Voodoo Rhythm Records, and it seems like the mantra is minimalism yields maximum results.
As harvest season begins picking up, Chef Danny P. takes advantage of the growing abundance of Canadian corn in this dish he’s dubbed “Maized and Confused Canadian Elot-eh”... which pairs will with fellow Mexican crop, Trainwreck.
For this segment of our Women of Rock series, we are happy to have Nikki Zell - whose vox and guitar efforts are vital to her group Thrillchaser’s sleek and approachable pop sound - list five female icons who have inspired her as a woman and artist.
Here’s our recap of the three-day Kaaboo Del Mar extravaganza which, celebrating music, comedy, art and culinary eats, hit the shores of sunny San Diego for its fourth installment.
Approach The Vacancy, the debut release from Four Seconds Ago, the electro-ambient side project of Periphery’s Misha Mansoor and Jake Bowen, as a 50 minute (mostly) instrumental experience, and just enjoy the ride.
They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. Burt Reynolds was someone who would walk on screen and immediately command respect. He was a versatile actor with equal parts charm and intensity. He was the “Bandit” and he’ll be missed!
When The Uncharted slam into “Deathdrive”, the opening track for their debut EP, Perspectives, you just get the feeling that you’re about to listen to an album that, in some grotty club, will absolutely fucking slay.