As we have just hit the half-way mark of 2019, we thought that it would be the perfect time to toss up a #THROWBACKTHURSDAY and reflect upon some of the incredible music which captivated our team in 2018. From Boss Keloid and Parkway Drive to Fever 333 and Johnny Cash, there’s stuff on here for everyone.
It’s not every day that an author of fiction also plays in a metal band; Prognosis vocalist and guitarist Phil Weller delivers a guest blog detailing the often fine line between writing fiction and lyrics.
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has given us a first look at their 2018 lineup which includes Eminem, Kaskade, Bassnectar, The Killers, and Muse!
Day one of the Leeds Festival weekender kicked off in style with Muse, Liam Gallagher, Architects and more get fans rocking out in Yorkshire…
It is somewhat weird seeing a punk group in the middle of the afternoon as your first act but Beach Slang rocked the crowd with some comical anecdotes from the singer, James Alex.
Osheaga has become the Canadian equivalent to festivals like Lollapalooza thanks to a few distinguishing factors.
Muse played an amazing sold out show at SummerStage in Central Park, benefiting the Coalition for the Homeless. Check out photos and a review!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=961PksQD6Yg Wolf Alice interview Ellie Rowsell / Joff Oddie / Theo Ellis Global TV Studio, Toronto – May 20th,…
Review and photos by Mike Bax There can be no denying that Muse is, bar none, the best bang-for-the-buck…
Drones is definitely a must have for any fan of Muse. The band stays true to their progressive roots and always manages to throw in their signature style in each release. If you’re a long time fan, definitely pick this one up (and I’m willing to bet you already have!)