The campaign to save famous London rock haunt the Crobar picks up pace with the release of the “Music When The Lights Go Out” documentary. Read all about it here.
Seattle’s rollicking quintet AVOID are a heavy rock meets metal type of thing with lots of screams, slicing riffs,…
Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders are back with their third album, Get the Money – out November 8th via RCA Records – and the solid, desert rock album is a perfect excuse to get your soul search on.
25 years following its November 1, 1994 release via DGC Records, Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged in New York remains an important, timeless record that points to the band’s still untapped future potential.
The Rolling Stones continue to cement their truly elite status with the three-disc compilation album, Honk; a sprawling, stunning glimpse into the phenomenal catalogue of this legendary band.
Dimebash was a blast this year, as anyone would vouch. A sold-out Observatory in Santa Ana hosted the annual blowout last Thursday, kicking off NAMM.
It is one again that joyous time of the year and we are running down the Top 10 Christmas songs that’ll get you in the spirit while staying true to your favourite heavy artists, including Motionless In White, Type O Negative, Issues, Breathe Carolina, All Time Low and more.
What the f#ck is up with rock bands today? Can half of these popular bands even call what they play “rock music”? Artist Damon Kardon goes on a diatribe, and illustrates one of his frustrations with music today, not to mention Award shows.
Shrouded in a billowing cloud of smoke, Arizona rockers Fuzz Evil recently emerged from Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 with the new, seven-track fuzz-fest, High On You. Check out single number 2, “Ribbons & Kills”, off the Paul Fig-produced joint.
In celebration of the forthcoming Cal Jam ‘18 festival, we caught a pop-up show at L.A.’s Hollywood Palladium featuring Taylor Hawkins’ band Chevy Metal and The Holy Shits, a moniker the Foo Fighters use for these surprise shows.
As their latest tour ends, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has released details of his new project, a two-part documentary entitled Play.
What happens when the Foo Fighters play to their largest-ever Toronto crowd at the Rogers Centre with support from The Struts and The Beaches? The answer rhymes with fandemonium.
Scream interview with Franz Stahl on the Southern Lord reissue of No More Censorship, the Washington, D.C. punk legends’ fourth album, Dave Grohl, 606 Studios, Mastodon and keeping punk alive!