Greg Puciato’s ‘Mirrorcell’ (Federal Prisoner) is liquid mercury, shifting and morphing to reflect the facets of an artist who has challenged themselves to achieve a singular persona.
Norwegian death-pop punks Blood Command return with ‘Praise Armageddonism,’ an album full of tracks that sink their claws in with absolutely no intention of letting go.
Wow! ‘Bliss & Grief’ (Wagram Music) is a grand EP; beautifully stylish and oh-so beguiling, Yorina’s yummy voice puts listeners under a marvellous spell.
Irish quartet Conjurer has become one of the bright hopes for British metal. Read our thoughts on their new album ‘Páthos’ here.
Raw and surging with delicious, ragged dynamics, Dog in a Man Suit’s EP ‘Trapped!’ vibrates on the palpable muck of gritty guitars, evocative lyricism, and passionate vocals.
London alt-rock duo Wax on Water combine their two EPs into one eclectic, ambitious package. Read our thoughts on ‘The Drip’ here.
The Impliers, the dynamic duo of Dan Hartman and Charles Ingram, premiere the new single “Stigma,” an electronic-tinged, alternative rock opus with a little bit of a 1980s retro ambiance.
We recently nabbed Will Wood for a Behind the Video interview in which we discussed the nature of music videos and his crazy new clip for “You Liked This (Okay Computer!).”
Under his solo moniker Possible Oceans, artist Trevor O’Neill debuts his music video for “Throw The Knife (Again),” the first single from his new full-length ‘Death by Misadventure.’
Across the six stages, we’ve picked out six bands you need to check out if you’re heading to Leeds or Hatfield for Slam Dunk this weekend.
Emo stars My Chemical Romance continue their triumphant comeback tour in Warrington and you can check out the photos from the show here.
TesseracT are confirmed as the final headliner for this year’s Arc Tangent Festival in Bristol. Find out who else joins them here.
Bad Luck kicked ass at Philadelphia’s Kung Fu Necktie on Saturday, May 21st, along with Dollar Signs, Taking Meds, and Out of Service.