Inner city festival Tramlines had Sheffield rocking as it returned with a line-up including Sam Fender, Kelis, Madness and many more.
Sheffield festival Tramlines has confirmed its first wave of acts including three massive headliners. Get all the info on the line-up here.
From worst to best, we see how Madness, the new album from controversial metalcore masters All That Remains, stands up against the rest… See if you agree with us.
All That Remains has gotten some flak over the years for leaning away from their original heaviness, but the real problem is that they’re not leaning toward anything interesting.
YOG’s new album is available through Division Records (Dirge, Kehlvin Unfold, Lost Sphere Project). Expect extreme virulence, sick blast beats, mentally ill math-grind from this band and album – YOG is for the Swiss scene what the Panzer was for battlefields; a pure war machine. After the release of their savage first album Years of Nowhere in 2007, YOG have destroyed countless stages across Europe supporting acts like: Today is the Day, Genghis Tron and Gojira.