Rage Against The Machine hit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, and the sold-out show’s energy was something you’d have seen at a Lollapalooza gig in the early ’90s.
Nu-metal legends Limp Bizkit’s “Still Sucks Tour” came tearing through Worcester Palladium with support acts $NOT, Wargasm, and Scowl.
Rap-metal pioneers Downset. are back with a new album ‘Maintain’. Check out new single “The Place To Be” and read more about ‘Maintain’ here.
The Lone Wolf, the brand new project from rock singer and songwriter Tommy Vext, has made a thundering debut with the new single “Trust the Science” featuring Topher.
Papa Roach has finally officially announced their forthcoming new album, ‘EGO TRIP,’ which drops via New Noize Records on April 8th.
LA’s rap/hardcore pioneers, Downset, have unveiled a music video for their single “Breed The Killer.” The band is working on a new album and signed with Nuclear Blast Records.
Fire From The Gods are taking every opportunity to perform for their fans this September and Brandon Turner caught the Austin quintet at their impactful club show at Louisville, Kentucky’s Diamond Pub & Billiards.
Following the heartbreaking hairband holocaust of 1991, it became clear in short order that the corporate rock world now…
South Carolina-based rock band, Islander has unveiled a heavy and nicely-done cover of the R.E.M. classic “It’s The End…
To coincide with their 30th anniversary as a band, the originators of rap metal, Body Count, have announced details of their seventh studio album, Carnivore.
(Hed) PE have come quite far since the early 2000s, allowing their music to breathe and evolve along the way. Out now via Suburban Noize Records / Pavement Music, Stampede is another dope disc deserving of your attention.
Andrew W. Boss has just confirmed an August and September 2018 U.S. tour performing as direct support to Hed PE.
Inflatable Flamingo in tow, rapper/singer Whitney Peyton met with us at Northern Invasion to discuss tear gas, confidence, and her Tragic Hero Records release Firecracker: Pyro Edition.
Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer chats about the Grammys, his favourite Korn song, how Jonathan Davis thinks Korn is not a metal band, their Hollywood fan in Brad Pitt, Tomb Raider and much more!