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The Latest Rock & Metal News, Reviews and Interviews

By Jamie Giberti, 16th October 2017 ,

Fozzy are one of those bands who over the last decade or so have straddled the fence between hard rock and metal very effectively. With The Duke, Rich Ward and Chris Jericho as the co-captains of the band, they’ve come out with some great singles and a couple of really great albums (and several more “good” ones) over the course… Read More »

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By Jamie Giberti, 13th October 2017 News

When you’re Metallica, you can pretty much do anything. So the news that Lars, James, Kirk and Rob and their team are launching a pop up shop full of goodies that will no doubt have the ‘Tallica army flocking to spend their money in their hordes isn’t a huge surprise… Read More »

By Ali Cooper, 13th October 2017

With sharp tongues and sharp objects, ‘The Canyon’ is The Used’s shattering new phase. The Utah canyons hold the fondest memories for frontman Rob McCracken and bassist Jeph Howard, but also more recently the most devastating of all – a best friend took his life at the same canyon. The band’s seventh album is no longer a young and damaged… Read More »

By Philip Whitehead, 13th October 2017 ,

With the release of 2013’s Strangers Only, Ohio quartet My Ticket Home propelled themselves from metalcore obscurity to one of the key bands in the emerging “nu metalcore” scene. Fast forward 4 years, with a signing to Spinefarm Records along the way, and we now have unReal, the group’s third effort and first real attempt at defining their own style,… Read More »

By Jack Fermor-Worrell, 13th October 2017 Interviews, News

Having fronted Texas pop-punk heroes Bowling For Soup for almost two and a half-decades now, it came as a welcome surprise to many when frontman/guitarist Jaret Reddick announced his first ever solo acoustic tour, ‘Heartache & Hilarity’. We caught up with Jaret himself on the penultimate night of the tour at Gorilla in Manchester to find… Read More »