All together, alluring and elegantly effortless, Rory McBride’s “Stay Blue” offers a delicious divided moodiness, half melancholic and half expectant.
Hip-hop superstar Snoop Dogg and friends D12 and Versatile rolled into Leeds for a wild night at the FD Arena. Check out the photos here…
Simultaneously majestic and heartbreaking, “Wind of Hope” unveils the opulent, enthralling vocals of Natisa Gogol. The woman can sing.
I Prevail, Blind Channel and Trash Boat arrive in Liverpool ready to rock the O2 Academy. Check out Maryleen Photography’s gallery here…
Imaginative and unlike most contemporary hip-hop, with “Affinity,” Pure Order offers a unique blend of hip-hop and psychedelia.
Vaguely reminiscent of Ennio Morricone tinted with punk-lite aromas, Erik & The Worldly Savages’ ‘FUTURE THUNDER VOID’ displays a contagious, reckless dynamism.
The Ballad of Buttery Cake Ass reads like it was written by Douglas Adams if he was raised in a record shop by Monty Python and Kurt Vonnegut.
Friday night in Leeds and the First Direct Arena rocks out as Don Broco, Papa Roach, and Dance Gavin Dance bring the party to town.
Awash with gorgeous watercolour illustrations, fanciful scenes and heartfelt words, this children’s book is destined to become a fixture by bedsides in years to come.
Set apart by the perfectly flawed authenticity of the voices of Mike Stinson and Johnny Irion, Working My Way Down is first-rate.
If you’re yet to discover Ne Obliviscaris, jump in here and become enamoured. If you’re already a fan – sit back and enjoy the very pinnacle of their potential.
Steve Aoki’s “HiroQuest: Genesis Tour” invaded New York for two sold-out performances at Terminal 5, with Timmy Trumpet opening up the show!
‘The Serpent and the Pentagram (Pagan Records) is no formulaic “metalhead journey” biography but rather a personal and intimate view of Necromantia’s career.