Having suffered depression throughout his life, Be Well’s Brian McTernan talks to V13 about his mental health, music and journey.
New Found Glory shot to fame in the early ‘00s with their self-titled album, New Found Glory, followed just…
WthCnvctn is a caustic four-piece from Edmonton, Alberta who drive their melodic tendencies home with propulsive beats and shredd-tastic…
Italy’s What We Lost are celebrating their fifth year anniversary with the release of their new EP, Pretend To…
After 15 years, Tsunami Bomb are well and truly back with The Spine That Binds (Alternative Tentacles), an album that proves the band are still capable of firing on all cylinders.
They’re new, they’re hungry, and their melodic hardcore is addictive. Woodbridge, ON-based quartet, Single Wound are following up the March 8th release of their Isolate EP with the premiere of the “Burden” live music video.
If you’re hungry for some heavy Hungarian metalcore than this track should have you salivating. With their debut full-length, Ascend, due out on April 5th via Famined Records, we’re stoked to drop the “Ascend” single from fast-rising quintet Faminehill.
West-London, melodic hardcore five-piece, High Rise, release their new EP, Endeavours, this week but what we really wanted to chat to drummer Jon Pickard about was his collection of crazy tatts!
On Helix (Sharptone Records), by dabbling in new elements from other subgenres, Crystal Lake continue to broaden their songwriting scope to deliver exciting music built on an energetically-charged metalcore foundation.
Alexisonfire just dropped their newest song in almost a decade; give that a minute to fully sink in, and then check out our review of “Familiar Drugs”, out now via Dine Alone Records.
Aussie boys The Amity Affliction filled the beautiful surroundings of an old church in Leeds with their melodic hardcore. Check out our photos and review of the show here.
Will US rockers Beartooth‘s third album, Disease, break into the mainstream market? Read our thoughts on the album here.
Supporting their new single via Deathwish Inc, motivational hardcore punks Modern Life Is War stopped off at Brighton’s The Haunt, along with the hotly-tipped Svalbard and Swain.