Continuing the 20th anniversary celebrations for their breakthrough album ‘Infest’, Papa Roach have announced the second of their “INFEST IN-Studio” sessions.
Nu-metal heavyweights Korn and rockers Breaking Benjamin brought a lot of nostalgia, sing-alongs and sore necks to Manchester, New Hampshire’s SNHU Arena.
Leading rock event, Download Festival, has announced rock giants Kiss, Iron Maiden and System of a Down will be appearing at the 2020 rock weekender.
Korn and Alice In Chains are on a North American co-headlining tour and Budweiser Stage was the venue for the Toronto sonic onslaught which delivered the best of both band’s storied discographies. Opening power came from both Underoath and H09909.
It took a while, but Alice In Chains lead singer William DuVall is set to release his debut solo album One Alone on October 4th, via DVL Recordings. Darren Paltowitz spoke with the singer about his new album, illustrious musical career, and advice for future musicians.
In its ninth year as a weekend rock festival, Welcome to Rockville has become recognized for its impressive lineup of bands, particularly headlining acts such as Korn, Rob Zombie and Tool. We run down our Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down for the event’s 2019 edition.
What UK nu-metal bruisers Blood Youth have done on their Rude Records release, Starve, is extremely impressive and the only place they’re headed is toward the big leagues.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the travelling circus that is the music tour. Package #19 features Korn.
The last few years have been dark and traumatic for Harrogate hardcore band Blood Youth, judging by the gut-wrenching honesty of their new album Starve. Read our review here.
Following on from the successful release of their debut album Penumbra, we spoke to London progressive tech metal outfit Khaidian about the records and bands that changed their lives as well as getting them to pick their own favourite Khaidian release to date.
Julien-K frontman Ryan Shuck first found success as a founding member of Orgy and a writer of Korn classics, but he credits his success as a restauranteur to his early days as a hairdresser.
Meshing electronic and industrial, SKYND, have unveiled their morbid new mini-movie for the single “Richard Ramirez”. The video is the third in a trilogy of serial killer-inspired clips and not for the faint of heart.