Headed to Aftershock in Sacramento and trying to figure out who to see? It’s a tough call, but we think Knocked Loose, Poppy, Bring Me The Horizon, and Tool should be on the top of your list.
What do Childish Gambino, AURORA, The Neighbourhood, Kygo, and Toro y Moi have in common? They’re each one of five must-see performances at Outside Lands 2019!
What is the Toronto Festival of Beer, presented by The Beer Store? It’s only one of the biggest events the summer has to offer! Here’s our preview of all this year’s festivities, including live performances from Public Enemy, Dwayne Gretzky, Ja Rule and Ashanti.
Indianapolis, IN’s up-and-coming hardcore heroes, Pickwick Commons are on the verge of issuing their new album Weak Bones and not only do we have a track-by-track rundown courtesy of guitarist Colin Fedorchak, but also an advance listen with our exclusive premiere!
We celebrate Florence + The Machine’s current tour supporting the band’s fourth studio recording High As Hope with this mini preview and playlist.
Archer will return to our screens next week for their 9th season, but what adventures will unfold on Danger Island?
With 2018’s lineup announcement, it looks likely that Boston Calling is on track to top their previous year. Heading the bill are 2018 festival favorites Eminem, The Killers, and Jack White.
Chaos Records and Dark Blasphemies will co-release Unconsecrated’s ‘Awakening in the Cemetery Grave’ on July 9th with a vinyl LP version to follow later in the year. The CD can be pre-ordered at THIS LOCATION. Featuring all the material the Spanish old school death metallers have recorded to date, the compilation includes the ‘Unconsecrated Cemetery’ (2006) and ‘Dark Awakening’ (2007) demos, as well as 2010’s ‘Slave to the Grave’ EP, which was previously released as a 7″ on Dark Descent Records. The material has been remastered by Skaldir at the Kalthallen Studios in Germany (2011) and cover art comes courtesy of Daniel Devilish (Entrails, Malfeitor, Blood Mortized).
Pagan/folk metallers Triunity have just released their first album (self-titled). Created by three Slavonic bands – Oprich (Russia), Piarevaracien (Belarus) and Chur (Ukraine) – this conceptual project is to express historical solidarity of Slavonic nations and their kinship of cultural roots, and, at the same time, underline the unique features of each nation’s heritage.
Destrophy’s brutal and precise live show, heavy riff-driven anthems, and infectious melodic hooks continue to build and sustain the buzz surrounding them as one of modern music’s brightest contenders. Recently the announcement was made that Destrophy’s new album, ‘Cry Havoc’, will be released April 26th on Victory Records. The song “Closer” is now available for exclusive preview below.
Sheffield, England’s While She Sleeps and Shockhound.com have just posted an exclusive ‘The North Stands for Nothing’ album promo video at THIS LOCATION. Head to the link to listen to the album and watch some exclusive footage.