Perth metalcore favourites, Make Them Suffer return with another abrasive slice of modern metal with their new album How To Survive A Funeral.
Toronto punk rockers, PUP has lifted the lid on a brand new single titled “Anaphylaxis.” The track is the…
Kvelertak guitarist Vida discusses their new album ‘Splid’, the new chapter in their career and his hopes for the future of the planet.
Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has released the second single from his new solo EP and it’s a cover of the Pearl Jam hit “Black”.
With their new and sixth album Earthandsky (Rise RecordsOf Mice & Men hold fast to their roots while simultaneously soaring to new heights.
The verdict is in — for those who crave the sonic crunch, Absolute (Rise Records), the latest from Kublai Khan TX is an “absolute” slam dunk.
Dave Hause was at the peak of his powers at London’s Scala on May 10th, supported by the excellent Cold Years and The Drew Thomson Foundation.
Fresh off the March 1st release of their fourth full-length, bi/MENTAL, via Rise Records, Mexican garage punkers Le Butcherettes lend us vocalist/guitarist Teri Gender Bender for a Women of Rock session to list five of her current favourite female acts.
New Orleans metal quartet, Cane Hill, took a plunge into somewhat morose new waters with the January 18th release of their Kill the Sun EP via Rise Records. Drummer Devin Clark helped us better understand the band’s new sound with a list of his Top 10 underrated grunge artists.
New Orleans four-piece Cane Hill have released a new video for “Acid Rain” taken from the bands upcoming record titled Kill the Sun which is out via Rise Records on the 18th January 2019.
Following the September 2017 release of their album, Nomad, via Rise Records, the Texas quartet Kublai Khan have certainly earned their title as a workhorse band.
Before a recent Toronto date, we took chatted with Mayday Parade guitarist Brooks Betts about the band’s most recent tour and Rise Records release, Sunnyland, playing Canada, and Vans Warped Tour coming to a close.
Mayday Parade, who are currently touring their new Rise Records release Sunnyland, hit Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre on November 7th with This Wild Life, William Ryan Key and Oh, Weatherly in tow.