Happy Thanksgiving to our brothers from the south! In celebration of the creators of Black Friday, we we honour the prince of darkness, Ozzy Osborne, and his band Black Sabbath, not to mention the Americanos Pantera and Black Flag.
Yep, we done gone EMO (insert sad emoji here)! Wait, but there’s hope! Or is there? No idea, but either way this week we’ve included our modern day Emo knight, Chris Carrabba, some Morrissey and Fall Out Boy in our emo edition of Throwback Thursday.
Get your goose cooked while rocking out to some classic tunes form Stone Sour, Chevelle, and Bullet For My Valentine.
It’s that day of the week again, nope not hump day, the day after, which is #tbt y’all. We have a nostalgic Audioslave track, plus tunes from Taking Back Sunday and Brand New!
Hello PGAers! We are pretty damn stoked to launch this new feature…Tales from the back,… The PGA Throwback Thursday, featuring Nirvana, Avenged Sevenfold and Metallica.
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?
Spunky, catchy, fun and quite simply, enjoyable. But with all this familiarity comes growth. A more methodical sound, and a more relaxed approach to production.
To celebrate 25 years, Extreme treat fans to a full live album version of their classic album Pornograffitti. Read our review here.
Hard rockers Saliva are back with a new energy on their ninth studio album, Love, Lies And Therapy. Read our review here…
Ahead of their hometown show opening for Guns ‘n’ Roses, Pure Grain Audio caught up with Ian guitarist for punk rockers Billy Talent to talk about the show and their new album Afraid Of Heights.
The first album from post-hardcore favourites Thrice since the end of their 2012 haitus is intense, influential and exactly what fans expect from the band. Read our review here…
When liner notes/lyrics and music are not enough, and you want to experience a whole new level of rawness, this is the perfect way to do it.