The Latest Rock & Metal News, Reviews and Interviews

By Sam Dignon, 15th January 2019 ,

Greatest hits albums can often be pretty divisive. Whilst plenty of fans do enjoy these collections of a bands best material they are often criticised as lazy cash grabs and their existence is hard to justify. Still every now and then a greatest hits collection comes along that is just such a strong collection of songs that requires no justification. Twenty serves… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 10th January 2019 End Of Year Awards, Features, News

Still going strong, the 2018 Rock Sins End Of Year Awards welcome our second special guest – Metal Hammer scribe and Stereoboard’s resident metal expert, Alec Chillingworth. With his awards coming all the way from Sweden, we wonder if his choices might have a slightly Scandinavian flavour or not. Read… Read More »

By Sam Savigny, 10th January 2019 ,

The 1980s were the glory days for a multitude of musical disciplines. The genre that had the biggest and longest lasting impact – at least in the realms of heavy music – was undeniably thrash. Whether it’s Master of Puppets or Raining Blood that instantly jumps to mind, it was a decade that saw a golden age for metal, with… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 9th January 2019 News

Having officially left Bullet For My Valentine back in December 2017, things have been quiet from Michael “Moose” Thomas since then. Not any longer. BFMV’s former drummer is back in a big way with his brand new band Kill The Lights and their awesome debut single “The Faceless”. You can… Read More »

By Sam Dignon, 9th January 2019 Gig Reviews, News

After years of grinding away and getting constantly overlooked, 2018 has felt like year Palm Reader have got the break they have deserved for a long time. Their third album Braille has made a much bigger impact than anything they’ve done before and the band have played their biggest shows ever. Whether it… Read More »