Born in the London ’80s punk rock scene, Soldiers Of Destruction kick up a proper punk rock stink with their ‘Cause And Affect’ debut album.
As an unclad, staccato synth melody arrives without fanfare, the immediate sensation upon the commencement of Pharaoh Overlord’s latest…
Stormzy and QOTSA are amongst six headliners who have been announced for the 2021 Reading and Leeds Festival.
Wigan trio Deepshade is a criminally-smooth cocktail of grunge, psych-rock, and metal with fuzzed-out garage tones and stoned-and-naked-in-the-desert vibes.…
Out February 1st via Heavy Psych Sounds, Fuck It is classic Mondo Generator with all the proverbial bells and whistles, and then some.
Mini Mansions thinks you should be dancing, and they will gladly supply the music on their latest Fiction Records-released album, Guy Walks into a Bar…, showcasing some of the band’s best writing, musically and lyrically, to date.
Man, the Hellcats are dirty. Like, the poker room in the back of a seedy bar dirty. And that’s no disrespect, because they play rock & roll the way it’s intended – loose, groovy, pounding, and DIRTY. The Hex and The Healer is a must-listen!
We spoke with SoCal group LAW’s Jakob Nowell and discussed the band’s latest album There And Back Again, Sublime’s legacy, LAW’s future and much more.
Phoxjaw have caught attention without even breaking a sweat, and their sound is catchy and yet heavy to the point of filth. Frontman Danny Garland gives us a track-by-track of their début EP Goodbye Dinosaur, for fans of At the Drive-In and Cave In.
Changing up the format of the Paltrocast, episode 6 podcast sees host Darren Paltrowitz speak with 3 different drummers, each of whom in-demand and working steadily. This includes Mark Stepro, Victor Indrizzo and Wolf.
Queens Of The Stone Age last week played a special one-off charity show at Hobart’s MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), in Tasmania, Australia.
Here’s our review of the three-ring freak show that is Queens of the Stone Age who, along with Royal Blood, graced London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens with their legendary presence.
A day that started with a tsunami warning, which turned to hard rain, ended with even harder rock performed by Queens of the Stone Age on the Pacific Coliseum stage.