The Latest Rock & Metal News, Reviews and Interviews

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 »

By Jamie Giberti, 8th July 2019 Gig Reviews, News

The hottest ticket of the Summer, literally and figuratively. Almost nine months after the almighty ticket scramble online, Rammstein arrived back in the UK for the first time since Download 2016 for their only UK show of 2019. The unlikely venue of Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, home to the… Read More »

By Sam Savigny, 5th July 2019 ,

The term ‘covers album’ is undoubtedly a dirty one. Rock covers albums fall into two categories; vanity projects that are utter dross, or Garage Inc. Essentially it’s fair to say that covers albums are a pointless endeavour that only seek to serve an artist’s ego as they relive the music that they love to the benefit of none but themselves…. Read More »

By Sam Dignon, 2nd July 2019 Interviews, News

Ahead of their set at this years Slam Dunk festival we caught up with Pagan guitarist Xavier Santilli. With their debut album Black Wash really establishing Pagan as one of the most exciting new bands around it was great to hear from the band how the time since its release has been, how they… Read More »

By Sam Savigny, 1st July 2019

After releasing a critically acclaimed and modestly successful EP in the shape of Goodbye Dinosaur…, Phoxjaw are riding the crest of a wave. With their follow up release, A Playground For Sad Adults, the band are going for broke pushing to get to the next level of reverence in underground circles and beyond. A sprawling adventure of a release, it… Read More »