Japanese sonic terrorists Crossfaith return with more of their brutal EDM meets metal on their new five track EP, ‘Species’. Read our review here.
Former Pitchshifter guitarist Jim Davies talks to V13 about his past, why he changed career and his return album ‘Headwars’. Read all about it here.
In honour of the passing of The Prodigy’s enigmatic frontman Keith Flint, Hungarian groove metal band Omega Diatribe discuss their recent music video and cover of “Baby’s Got a Temper.”
We lost a great talent and risk-taker in Keith Flint, lead singer of The Prodigy, this month. They, and electronic music acts like Massive Attack and Tricky, brought something to the music that made it dangerous, risky and addictive.
Keith Flint, frontman of one of the most incendiary live bands on the planet, The Prodigy, passed away on March 4th, 2019. Regardless of the circumstances of his tragic death, he will be remembered by millions as a man that helped change the musical landscape forever.
Keith Flint, frontman of one of the most incendiary live bands on the planet, The Prodigy, has been found dead at his home aged 49.
Following the release of their new album, No Tourists, The Prodigy took their incendiary live show on the road. We caught the band in Leeds and you can check out the photos and review here.
Ahead of the release of their much-anticipated new album, No Tourists, on November 2nd, The Prodigy have released another new track in the form of “We Live Forever”.
With the release of Mineral Bearing Veins, From the Bogs of Aughiska discuss their native Ireland and its rich history, both in the band’s dark ambient scene and in the ancient art of storytelling.
Ahead of the release of their much-anticipated new album, No Tourists, on November 2nd, The Prodigy have released a new single “Light Up The Sky”. Check out the video here.
Crossover mob The Prodigy tease fans with a new track, “Need Some1”. Check out our thoughts on these three minutes of wall-shaking beats.
Imagine if Richard Cheese seduced all three of the Andrews Sisters.. it doesn’t get much more fun than the Lounge Kittens. Read our review of their debut album here…
By Vanessa Markov with guest writer Jawn Whitten Photos by Walid Lodin http://riotfest.org/toronto/ Riot Fest is becoming the fest…