The new EP Hostile by Calgary-based metalcore sextet Widmore keeps ticking all the boxes; If you like clean singing with your screaming, get into this band—they’re about to blow up, and for good reason.
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.
Out now via Hyra Head, Cave In’s Final Transmission really reaches its stride when it steps out of the comforts of structure and expectation and veers off into territory that is a little unexpected.
Away from writing their new EP, All At Your Mercy, Manchester post-metal band Pleiades have weighed in with a massive 880 hours on Football Manager. We dragged them away from their screen for a minute to talk us through their Top 10 video games.
Architects brought their Holy Hell tour to the Danforth Music Hall where they pummelled Toronto with an assault of high decibel music and pulsating lights.
The four-piece post-hardcore aficionados who go by the name As We Divide are taking you on a tour of Detroit with their latest music video for the single, “Somebody Else.”
With post-hardcore band Movements skyrocketing faster than we can keep track of, here are five reasons the Fearless Records quartet’s preternatural success took off and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
During the final week or their “Holy Hell Tour,” Architects arrived at the hallowed grounds of Worcester, Massachusetts’ Palladium alongside the equally ferocious supporting acts Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps.
Gatineau, Quebec’s post-hardcore quintet, Fractures & Outlines, who are set to release their new album Defenseless on May 17th, are today debuting ALL of the new tunes and we’re proudly hosting the exclusive!
Killswitch Engage and Parkway Drive have embarked on a massive co-headlining tour that kicked off at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA. Along for the heavy metal madness are both After the Burial and Vein.
With a discography that continues to prove timeless, it’s no surprise to see that Taking Back Sunday has continued to grow. We caught their 20th-anniversary tour at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA, along with openers Frank Iero and the Future Violents.
The guys from Glassing – an Austin, TX-based post-hardcore three-piece – join us for a Stereo Six to detail six records that shaped their upcoming album, Spotted Horse, out May 17th via Brutal Panda Records.
West-London, melodic post-hardcore, five-piece, High Rise grab the harder side of life by the throat and create this heartfelt, honest five-tracker. Check out our review of Endeavours here.