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By Jack Fermor-Worrell, 13th November 2017 Features, Interviews, News, Special Features

Since the dawn of the 00’s, there’ve been few bands who seem to have had the continuing success of Iowa five-piece Stone Sour. Having produced some genuine modern classics since the release of their self-titled debut in 2002, including the beloved Come What(ever) May in 2006, the band have once again returned… Read More »

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By Jamie Giberti, 19th October 2017 Features, Interviews, News, Special Features

It’s a typically wet day at the end of a typical British Summer. The location is a nice hotel in West London, and Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto is filling us in on what some of their European press encounters have been like before we get down to business. A short… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 1st September 2017 Features, News, Special Features

Home counties trio Dead Days are an interesting new collective to our ears here at Rock Sins. With two of the three band members (drummer / singer Travis Marc, and his brother, bassist/vocalist DC) originally hailing from South Africa but now residing in the home counties, they’re a band with… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 25th August 2017 Features, News, Special Features

Having been privileged to be involved with the Heavy Music Awards 2017 (aka the HMA’s) from quite early on, becoming a judge in one of the first groups of people to be selected, this was an event I had waited for eagerly for some time. The venue, the House Of… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 18th August 2017 Download, Features, Festival News, Gig Reviews, News, Special Features

Continuing our march through the reviews of the final day of the 2017 Download Festival, this installment sees reviews of the likes of Stone Broken, Basement, The Dillinger Escape Plan’s final UK and many more spread across The Avalanche Stage and The Dogtooth Stage. If you’ve missed any of our… Read More »