French four-piece The Sunday Sadness are the very definition of an ‘en trend’ band in 2019. They mix influences of electronic music, emo, pop, and hip-hop and they look very cool. Formed through social media, the band have just released their self-titled EP and look to release an album in the summer. We caught up with vocalist and writer Matthieu Kirby ...Read More »
Cornish band Wille & The Bandits are about to embark on a new UK tour with a brand new four line up. Band figurehead, vocalist and guitar player W...
The Oslo-based entity named Dwaal is undoubtedly one of the most captivating musical encounters that yours truly has had the pleasure of experiencing ...
Download Festival is going to be here sooner than you think, and it looks like it’s going to be the most epic year yet. To celebrate we are goin...
Over almost 30 years, West Yorkshire’s MY DYING BRIDE, formed in the ebbing summer of 1990 by vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe, with guitarist Andrew ...
Scottish rock band Anchor Lane took time out ahead of the release of their debut album, Casino, to discuss the rock & roll hopes, dreams, along wi...
In 2018, the hugely skilled Mark Stanway (ex-Magnum, ex-Grand Slam) assembled an amazing cast of musicians primarily from past line-ups and eras of th...
I recently had the pleasure of immersing myself in the upcoming record entitled Dømt til Bål og Brann by the Norwegian entity known as Kaldvard, and i...
Guitarist Edwin Premberg of modern melodic metal act Metalite recently sat down to discuss the band’s history, where they’re at now, and what the futu...
Fans and press have been waiting four years since their last record Rock ‘N’ Roll and finally American rockers Buckcherry are about to drop a brand new album called Warpaint which will be out on March 8th 2019. The band has already released a unique cover of Nine Inch Nails ‘Head Like A Hole’ which is part of the record, and ...Read More »
Anders Fridén talks about In Flames growth “I’m so grateful to be part of this band and be part of every step we take”
In Flames are about to drop their new album I, The Mask on March 1st via Nuclear Blast and their fans can’t barely wait to find out what’s next for this sensational Swedish group, who have sold over two million records all over the world. Since the early 90s In Flames have turned heads thanks to their uniqueness, then influenced many ...Read More »
Swedish hard rockers H.E.A.T are especially known for their catchy tunes and passionate performances. These guys certainly know how to work an audience and after years of hard work they are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Touring non-stop and supporting great acts such as Toto, Alice Cooper and Whitesnake have exponentially increased their fan base and soon they’ll be ...Read More »
Rachel Bolan from Skid Row “We’re excited about the songs we have written… this will be ZP’s first album with us”
Skid Row are celebrating the thirty year anniversary of their self-titled album by releasing its Deluxe version. The American hard rockers who haven’t slowed down since the 80’s have just come to the end of a spectacular UK tour in which they have been supported by super talents such as Vega, Heat and Backyard Babies. There’s a new album in store ...Read More »
With the release of Testament – The Best Of Eden’s Curse, being guests at the recent Michael Schenker Fest and about to embark on their own UK tour in March, the multi-national Eden’s Curse are preparing to head out on their own headline tour this April. Despite which, Paul Logue, the band’s bass player and main songwriter, took time out ...Read More »
We were offered the chance to speak with not only possibly the most musically controversial artist of the year, but also the kindest, most humble artist of the year. The brain behind Zeal and Ardor, Manuel Gagneux, was kind enough to sit down with us and talk over a beer (thank you!) before taking to the stage at the Electric ...Read More »
Just exactly what lead us to a dark, dingy and altogether dodgy looking staircase behind Bristol’s SWX with the 36 Crazyfists’ main man Brock Lindow is anyone’s guess – but here we are. For the Anchorage metalcore enforcers it’s their first date on the UK leg of their European tour supporting Bury Tomorrow. Riding shotgun this time around, by no ...Read More »
After releasing their 25th studio album, British rockers Uriah Heep have embarked on a UK tour supported by GUN and Von Hertzen Brothers. Their current lineup consists of Bernie Shaw on lead vocals, Mick Box on lead guitars, Phil Lanzon on keyboards, Dave Rimmer on bass and Russell Gilbrook on drums. These guys haven’t slowed down since 1970, the year ...Read More »
After a successful 2018, GUN are back on the road to play a series of exciting festivals and shows in the UK. Throughout their triumphant career these rockers from Glasgow, who formed in 1987, have gifted their fans with hits such as ‘Better Days’ and ‘Word Up’, not to mention their last acclaimed release Favourite Pleasures. The Gizzi brothers have ...Read More »