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Rou Reynolds, frontman with musical visionaries Enter Shikari, talks about their new album “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible”. Read the interview here.
Enter Shikari is a band that has always defied being placed in any genre-box. Every album has been different,…
Enter Shikari are returning with what promises to be their most groundbreaking album yet and have confirmed five UK shows to celebrate the release.
Genre-defying rockers Enter Shikari brought their intimate concert tour to the Bowery Ballroom in New York City with openers Can’t Swim for a headbanging good time that was crazy even by Shikari standards.
Day Three of Download Festival saw Slayer play their final UK show, Fever 333 detonate on the Avalanche Stage and Tool send everyone home on a massive halluginogenic trip. Check out the photos and our highlights here.
Leading rock event, Download Festival, has announced that a full mindfulness programme will be implemented in 2019 for the first time. Full details of the initiative can be found here.
In four months time, Hertfordshire genre-smashers Enter Shikari will be tearing up festival stages across the UK so the chance to see them do the same in front of just over two thousand was too good an opportunity to pass up. Check out the photos and review here.
Having weighed in with a massive 43 new additions, Download Festival organisers have now added UK crossover mob Enter Shikari to the line-up. Find out more inside.
Japanese metal juggernauts Crossfaith have shared a new music video for their track “Destroy” which features a cameo from Japanese industrial hip hoppers Ho99o9.
Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity, has announced the return of their ground-breaking Get Loud campaign with a series of intimate gigs.