By Sam Savigny, 12th July 2019 Features, Festival News, News, Special Features

Lucky number seven so they say. Now in its seventh year as Britain’s premiere summer home for all things mathcore, progressive, explorative, post-anything, whatever off kilter subsection of music you desire, ArcTanGent has not only lived up to the audience’s lofty expectations, but it’s fair to say shattered them into… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 11th July 2019 News

Hot off the press from 2000 Trees Festival, we’ve got wind of a fantastic tour coming your way early next year. UK metalcore favourites While She Sleeps will team up with hardcore icons Every Time I Die for two huge shows. They’ll also have the wildly exciting Vein along for… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 10th July 2019 News

Rammstein had promised they would be back in the UK in 2020. Already with a date confirmed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, a second show has just been announced. Following on from last weekends’ seismic show in Milton Keynes (read our review of the staggering show here), Rammstein will head to… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 10th July 2019 Download, Festival News, Gig Reviews, News

Heads are sore, feet are weary but that matters not because there is one full day of Download 2019 left to go. The Donington masses collectively dust themselves down as they head towards Tool, Enter Shikari, Slayer’s last ever UK show and much more, so let’s get straight to it…. Read More »

By Jemma Dodd, 10th July 2019 Festival News, Live Galleries, News

35,000 people headed down to Finsbury Park for the third instalment of Community Festival, with headliners The Kooks and other indie rock acts including The Hunna and Blossoms. With the sun shining, a wonderful time was had by all. Out photographer Jemma Dodd was on hand to capture the action – so… Read More »