The Latest Rock & Metal News, Reviews and Interviews

By Jack Fermor-Worrell, 23rd May 2017 Gig Reviews, News

The revival of more classic rock tones within our scene in recent years has yielded a great number of interesting and successful acts. Aussie rockers Airbourne have brought a fresh twist to the kinds of riffing AC/DC made their name in, whilst acts like Rival Sons resurrect some of the… Read More »

By Neil, 22nd May 2017 Features, Video Of The Week

Having seen bright new young UK talent Charlie Manning take home the victory last time out, we’re back for another video of the week with six very different bands and six very different videos for you to vote on. First up this time around are Ireland natives Stormzone and their… Read More »

By Simon Crampton, 22nd May 2017 ,

Sikth are a band that came around at the right time. In the early 00’s, nu metal was spluttering along and Sikth hit like a bolt out of the blue. After touring the toilet circuit for a number of years, they delivered a stunning debut album ‘The Trees Are Dead And Dried Out, Wait For Something Wild’ and completely changed the… Read More »

By Ali Cooper, 21st May 2017 ,

Seven albums into their horrifyingly contagious career, Wednesday 13 send their unapologetic ‘Condolences’ to their enemies, including death itself. Despite iconic frontman Wednesday 13 being the last surviving original member, this current line-up now feels as comfortable as ever with axeman Roman Surman assuming co-writing duties once again. After twelve years under the Wednesday moniker, ‘Condolences’ is a slick manoeuvre… Read More »

By Simon Crampton, 20th May 2017 ,

Biters are a modern band with an old soul. They are determined to bring the classic rock & roll sound and spirit back. One listen to their new album The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be and I would safely say they have succeeded. This is a throwback to the heyday of rock and punk music wrapped in a modern casing…. Read More »