Rising deathcore favourites, Enterprise Earth have dropped a surprise EP in the form of Foundation of Bones and you can read our review here.
Just in time for both the cold, winter weather and the warm, family and friend-filled holiday season, six-time Grammy…
Waterloo, ON progressive metal foursome Auras just released their chaotic second record Binary Garden via Entertainment One/Good Fight Music, and we spoke with Joshua Ligaya to learn more about the stunningly gorgeous cover artwork in the latest edition of our UnCovered series.
To coincide with the April 5th release of Enterprise Earth’s new record, Luciferous, due out via Entertainment One and Good Fight Music, we present to you an exclusive track-by-track rundown from lead singer Dan Watson.
London, Ontario band Texas King asked the questions and Royal Tusk’s bassist Sandy MacKinnon and singer Daniel Carriere were nice enough to provide the answers in this special artist-on-artist interview.
For our latest edition of And Justice For Art’s UnCovered series, we spoke with The Blue Stones singer and guitarist Tarek Jafar, and Windsor, ON artist Dave Houle, about the cover art for the band’s eOne debut, Black Holes.
Unwill, poised to self-release their newest record, Can’t Kill Me, on November 16th, joins us for this iteration of our Stereo Six series to reveal six albums (5 classics and 1 curveball) fundamental to their scintillating music.
Royal Tusk are back with a new album and an amped-up display of fuzz-rock; Tusk II is out October 26th via Entertainment One.
We had the pleasure of doing a Q&A with bassist Jeff Matz about High On Fire’s latest record Electric Messiah, the band’s decision to work with Kurt Ballou on yet another studio effort, how he spends his off-time, and more.
We chatted with Pop Evil drummer Hayley Cramer about the band’s upcoming self-titled Entertainment One release, touring, British pubs and why she hits the skins.
The Trews one of Canada’s most successful rock bands of the past decade, are set to release: Time Capsule