Woof! Jake And The Jellyfish tell us about their favourite type of dogs.
Over the past few years, the 2000trees Festival has become a highlight of the UK festival season. Its friendly, communitive environment alongside over 100 acts across three days is one of our favourite weekends of the year. So it’s safe to say we’re a bit excited to be returning to
Returning with their sophomore album, ‘Alien Human Emotions,’ Southend quartet Asylums serve up a cocktail of fuzzed-up rock and melancholy indie rock. Tied together by the band’s lyrically wise commentary on the disintegrating social and political landscape. Through smart songwriting, they take on topics such as discontent towards social media
We’ve made it to July and in case you hadn’t noticed it is, to quote KISS, ‘Hotter Than Hell’ outside. For some of you, this is a time of year for relaxation and drinks outside, for others, it’s a time of overheating and hayfever, and for a rare few it
Track Guide: Cheap Heat – Everything I’ve Ever Loved Has Either Died, Broken, Left Me Or Let Me Down
Today Suffolk-based punk hardcore band Cheap Heat release their debut full-length – ‘Everything I’ve Ever Loved Has Either Died, Broken, Left Me Or Let Me Down.’ It arrives off the back of a handful of demo EPs recorded that has since the quartet hone their sound since forming in early
French technical death metal collective, The Walking Dead Orchestra, pick out 5 bands to watch at HellFest.
Thumbhole Records’ new compilation, ‘Tracks You Might Have Missed. Volume 3’, is packed with underground talent. We’ve picked 10 of the best!
On their forthcoming debut album, ‘Who Cares Anyway?’, Essex quartet Don’t Worry take on the anxiety and uncertainty that young people in the late 2010’s face. From the opening moments of ‘The Barber’s Got No Answers,’ they set the tone of self-doubt – “I need to sort my life out.”
As the black and yellow brand of WWE returns to Donington for a third time, we check out some of names you need to know from NXT!
The Download Festival showcases a wide range of acts from all corners of rock, metal, hardcore and beyond. Some are stadium-conquering legends, others are just starting out on the road to bigger things. Chelmsford rockers Tigress considerably fall somewhere in between. Formed three years ago, the quintet arrive at Donington having
While the festival season is more or less in full swing, that doesn’t mean we’re moving the spotlight away from emerging talent. “Recommends” is our monthly showcase of need-to-know new bands. This month’s edition of “Recommends” consists of hotly tipped metalcore newcomers GroundCulture, technical modern metallers Mask of Judas, 90s-esque
With their groove-filled riffs and straight up catchy hooks, Royal Mob sound like the perfect fit for the ever-burgeoning “Brit Rock” scene. However, the quartet aren’t from these shores. While they consider a host of UK bands as key influences, it is the Danish capital of Copenhagen Royal Mob call
With shows alongside Biffy Clyro, InMe, Skunk Anansie and Hed PE on their growing resume, London trio Black Orchid Empire have been honing their brand of bold, melodic rock for the best part of seven years. While 2016’s ‘Archetype’ put their foot on the first step to bigger things, they’re
State Champs pick out some of the finest moments from ‘Living Proof’s co-producer John Feldmann.