Fans new and old packed into the Leeds O2 Academy on Saturday night as electronic rock icon Gary Numan came to town. Check out our photo gallery from the show here.
With their debut album set to drop in a few weeks, Doncaster pop-rock band Bang Bang Romeo celebrated the news with a few hundred fans, friends and family members in Leeds. Check out the photos here.
Rock legend Alice Cooper put on a shock rock masterclass in Leeds recently and you can check out the photos here.
With Halloween looming and many of us in need of a good, hard reset, UK goth rock band Her Despair is here to perform “The Exorcism.” Check out their new video, and get stoked on the upcoming album Exorcisms of Eroticism.
Metal Blade Records prog metal masters Rivers Of Nihil treated a sold-out The Dome in Camden UK to a performance of Where Owls Know My Name in full, with superb support coming from Black Crown Initiate and MØL.
Out October 13th via H42 Records, English post-rock outfit Sons of Alpha Centauri flex their collaborative muscles on Buried Memories, partnering with both Justin Broadrick and James Plotkin to deliver an intriguing and enthralling album.
Leeds UK noise rock band Thank is about to release Please on October 11th (Buzzhowl Records and EXAG). In anticipation, lead singer Freddy Vinehill-Cliffe joins us for a guest blog to take us through what a night at Leeds’ co-operative show/rehearsal space CHUNK is like, with Damn Teeth and Black Antlers.
Epitaph act Off With Their Heads played an unforgettable punk show at New Cross Inn, London UK, supported by The Murderburgers, Nosebleed, Aerial Salad and Triple Sundae.
Callista immerse an intimate Brighton audience at The Pipeline with their hypnotic post-rock, supported by Dead Letter, Kesagake and Flote Sulu [Photos & Show Review]
Hometown metal heroes Jonestown laid waste to Brighton’s The Hope & Ruin, supported superbly by In Fear They Follow, Deference, and Ariandelle.
If UK black metal built around the sparing, yet tasteful application of keyboards over fairly complex guitar passages with occasional clean, operatic vocal passages is your thing, Necronautical offer exactly that – in spades – on Apotheosis, their latest release on Candlelight Records.
Playing one of only two headline shows in the UK, there was no way we were going to miss Prophets of Rage when they came to Manchester Academy, and you can check out the photos from the show here.
North American audiences may not be familiar with Asher Knight but they soon will be; and we’re happy to help introduce you to the emerging artist with the premiere of his new video for “Step Back,” the title track to his debut EP.