Almost two years to the day since releasing their superb self-titled fifth album, progressive metalcore band ERRA play Camden’s Electric Ballroom with support from Silent Planet, Invent Animate, and Sentinels.
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Finnish melodeath masters Insomnium produce an outstanding, goosebump-inducing concept album in forthcoming release ‘Anno 1696’ – out February 24 on Century Media.
Following an enforced pandemic-driven two-year hiatus, the award-winning ArcTanGent Festival returned with a vengeance in mid-August in the beautiful Mendip hills in Somerset, UK.
Spiritbox served up an unforgettable performance at London’s O2 Academy Islington, with superb support from both Caskets and Vexed.
James LaBrie of progressive metal titans Dream Theater sits down to talk about their Grammy-winning track “The Alien” (InsideOutMusic) and more!
Nearly two years after their original date, melodeath royalty In Flames rips through a career-spanning set at Concorde 2 in Brighton at the start of their UK run with Vexed and Defects.
Discussing their third album ‘Deadlock’ (Narrative Records), InVisions share their influences, panic attacks while filming music videos, and wanting to create something emotional and timeless in the metalcore scene.
InVisions give a sight of their bright future at Boston Music Room (London, UK), supported by Confessions of a Traitor and After Smoke Clears
Cold Years stake their claim as one of the UK’s hottest rock bands at The Grace, London, supported by Punkband and Joe Appleford. Coverage by Chris Andrews.
‘Coherence’ (Napalm Records) isn’t just Be’lakor’s most ambitious release to date, it’s also their most varied and, arguably, their finest.
In advance of their ninth studio album ‘Origin,’ out November 5 on Century Media Records, we caught up with vocalist Jukka Pelkonen of Omnium Gatherum to discuss the album’s influences from the ’80s through until his feelings as an individual, in their quest to continue driving the melodic death metal genre forwards.
The title track for Trivium’s tenth release ‘In The Court Of The Dragon’ is one of the finest songs the metal quartet has ever written – but can the rest of the album live up to it?
Having birthed a beloved progressive metal concept album in 2018’s ‘Where Owls Know My Name,’ Rivers of Nihil beat down any confinements of genre in their more experimental and personal follow-up ‘The Work,’ out September 24 via Metal Blade Records.