Supporting their Fearless Records debut, ‘The Sinner,’ we caught up with Kill The Lights guitarist Jordan Whelan at Download Festival 2022 for a chat about remote writing, festival camping, and much more.
Wage War returns with ‘Manic,’ their fourth album, mixing modern rock with hard-hitting metalcore. Does it click? Read our review here.
Reflecting on the last twelve months and looking to the future with August Burns Red bassist Dustin Davidson.
Following their riotous cover of Testament’s ‘Into The Pit’, Kill The Lights have released a ferocious version of Metallica hit “Battery”.
Having just released their massive new album, ‘The Sinner’, we spoke to Jordan from Kill The Lights about the record and more.
If you can believe it, April 3rd marks the release of the eighth August Burns Red studio album, Guardians…
Pennsylvania’s twice Grammy-nominated melodic metalcore heroes, August Burns Red have long been a force for positivity and hope within…
We hooked up with singer and guitarist Brad Garcia of Toronto rock group Locket to discuss their recent Fearless Records album All Out, working together as a band, and previous history when they were known as Safe To Say.
Boston metalcore and horror film aficionados, Ice Nine Kills, fresh off the October 25th release of The Silver Scream: The Final Cut via Fearless Records, lend us their lead singer, Spencer Charnas, for a Top 10 feature to thrill, terrify, and titillate with his favourite slasher film kills of all time.
With post-hardcore band Movements skyrocketing faster than we can keep track of, here are five reasons the Fearless Records quartet’s preternatural success took off and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
With their 1981 Extended Play EP flying high since its November release via Fearless Records, the two-piece I Don’t Know How You Found Me (iDKHOW) are starting to soar. We spoke to frontman Dallon Weekes about the EP, the recording process, keeping up with the times, and more.
iDKHow’s Dallon Weekes drops a fantastic track-by-track breakdown for the acerbic yet slick, six-song 1981 Extended Play that’s out now on Fearless Records.
Alternative musical concoction I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (aka iDKHOW), much to many people’s delight, have confirmed a spring North American 17-show trek called “Night Heat.”