Bury Tomorrow’s “Make Metalcore Great Again” was a flawless show celebrating Black Flame at Roundhouse, London, supported by Employed To Serve and Blood Youth.
Metalcore stalwarts August Burns Red ripped through their classic album Constellations in full, supported by Erra and Currents at London’s Electric Ballroom.
Angel Witch’s new Metal Blade Records release, Angel Of Light, is the true return of a band that many might have overlooked over the years, but this album will make sure that this will never happen again.
One of the greatest and most anticipated, unseen treasures in musical history will finally be revealed next month in London when The Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Royal Albert Hall, will be screened to the public for the very first time since it was shot 50 years ago at the very location where it was filmed.
Out now via Metal Blade Records, DragonForce’s new album Extreme Power Metal is excessive, bold, huge, and lives up to its name.
England’s Winterfylleth present their first live album, The Siege of Mercia, on Candlelight Records and its success lies in its careful curation as a snapshot of the band’s capabilities and a delightful narrative of their growth, musically and stylistically and reinforces their position as custodians of English black metal.
Leeds UK noise rock band Thank is about to release Please on October 11th (Buzzhowl Records and EXAG). In anticipation, lead singer Freddy Vinehill-Cliffe joins us for a guest blog to take us through what a night at Leeds’ co-operative show/rehearsal space CHUNK is like, with Damn Teeth and Black Antlers.
If UK black metal built around the sparing, yet tasteful application of keyboards over fairly complex guitar passages with occasional clean, operatic vocal passages is your thing, Necronautical offer exactly that – in spades – on Apotheosis, their latest release on Candlelight Records.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with former Creed frontman Scott Stapp, legendary producer and artist Todd Rundgren, and Bananarama co-founder Sara Dallin.
To celebrate their centenary year in style, Leeds United brought local stars the Kaiser Chiefs back for a truly special night and you can check out the photos here.
Symphony X take their audience on an epic journey throughout the progressive metal genre at Electric Ballroom on June 6, 2019, supported by Brit heavy metallers Savage Messiah.
We recently spoke with trending hardcore band MTXS wherein frontman Paul Collins discusses the group’s beginnings, new album Ache, and how this momentum has all come to be in only 18 months.
Heavy is the currency of the future, and MTXS are gonna be rich. Check out Ache, the most intense thing to come out of England since the Poll Tax.