Prolific and irreverent, the loveable So-Cal douche bags already had dumped a buttload of garage-birthed LPs and EPs when…
If you’re searching high and low, looking right and left, and studying front to back for “Something To Believe…
It’s been quite a 20-year ride for The Lawrence Arms. The Chicago-based band celebrated their 20th-anniversary last year and…
Metallic hardcore band The Ghost Inside return with an emotional album that documents the life-changing journey of the last five years.
Metalcore band The Ghost Inside have revealed details of their upcoming album and posted a new track, “Aftermath”, online which you can check out here.
Australian metalcore heavyweights Parkway Drive have announced details of their rescheduled ‘Viva The Underdogs – European Revolution 2020’ European arena tour. Get all the details here.
Chicago punk rockers Alkaline Trio have surprised fans with a new E.P. and you can find out more about it here.
Viva The Underdogs (Epitaph Records) captures Aussie metal titans Parkway Drive as they continue their meteoric rise to becoming one of the biggest modern metal bands on the planet.
Quite appropriately titled for this time of year, The Garden have announced March 13th as the release date for their fourth studio album Kiss My Super Bowl Ring via Epitaph Records along with a spring North American tour with George Clanton.
When post-rock group God Is An Astronaut hit Toronto’s The Opera House in late September, we spoke with brothers Torsten and Niels Kinsella about their ninth album Epitaph (Napalm Records) and playing European festivals with the likes of Monolord, Converge, and Crowbar.
Toronto was treated to a majestic evening of backlit, high-decibel material at God Is An Astronaut’s gig at the Opera House in promotion of their Napalm Records-released Epitaph. Their live sound and show was nothing short of amazing.
Epitaph act Off With Their Heads played an unforgettable punk show at New Cross Inn, London UK, supported by The Murderburgers, Nosebleed, Aerial Salad and Triple Sundae.
Promoting their recently-released seventeenth album Age of Unreason (Epitaph Records), Mike Bax spoke with Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley at ’77 Montréal about punk rock, live music, and Randy Rhoads.