After four years bouncing around the UK metal scene building their profile, From Once We Came launch their debut…
First erupting on the British music scene in 2018, the 23-year-old singer, songwriter, and producer, ONUR set the tone…
In this ongoing feature focussing on the smaller venues, Londoners Birthmarks recall nightmare journeys, sweatboxes, and candlelit kittens.
On February 22, 2020, progressive metal masters Dream Theater put on a spectacular show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo showcasing Distance Over Time and celebrating Scenes from a Memory.
Playful and energetic, yet buzzy and frenetic: Best Understood by Children and Animals, the latest offering from UK/German post-rock trio Parachute For Gordo has it all.
After four years away, Nuclear Blast thrashers Sylosis put on a stupendous sold-out show celebrating Cycle of Suffering at Islington Assembly Hall on February 13, 2020, with support from Dyscarnate.
At the final night of his “Towers Of Song” tour, Dave Hause puts on a magical performance at Union Chapel, London, supported by Northcote.
Insomnium wowed the audience at their Islington Assembly Hall show supported by melodeath masterpieces, and the opening set brutality of Conjurer.
The magical Cirque du Soleil kicked off their European tour for Luzia and you can check out our photos from the breathtaking show here.
Bury Tomorrow’s “Make Metalcore Great Again” was a flawless show celebrating Black Flame at Roundhouse, London, supported by Employed To Serve and Blood Youth.
Josh Middleton has announced the long-anticipated return of Sylosis with the coming record, Cycle Of Suffering, set for release on the 7th February. Check out new music from the band here.
Tiger Army returned to the UK after a three-year hiatus to the joy of fans old and new. Along for the ride was the Finish post-punk outfit Grave Pleasures and the one to watch out for, The Nightmares from Newport, Wales.
Archspire headed a stacked tech death bill at The Underworld, Camden, with support from Beneath The Massacre, Vulvodynia and Inferi.