From its title, to it’s cover, to the tense thirty-second interlude that introduces it, Shinedown’s sixth album Attention Attention is the embodiment of drama
Heavy metal trio Tremonti are back with another single – the third from their upcoming fourth studio album A Dying Machine.
Fight for Friday’s sophomore EP is a bold and shameless throwback to 2005. ‘Someone You Could Trust’ is due for release on May 11, named after the infamous The Wonder Years track.
Get excited – Slam Dunk Festival is only a month away. This year, the touring festival is packed with impressive names – from brand new faces, to acoustic sets, to headline shows from pop-punk classics.
Irish rockers Fangclub, who recently decimated venues across the country with Milk Teeth and Nervus, will back in UK cities this summer.
There’s no time like the present to start planning your festival season – here are our top five moments we’re stoked to see during this year’s festival season as released so far.
Pittsburgh political pop-punk royalty Anti-Flag are back with a new single – the appropriately titled ‘Mr. Motherfucker.’
This is a track that wants to make you think about the world in more depth, from a band who want to pump meaning back into modern day rock.
Manchester metalcore connoisseurs The Dead XIII are back – this time with an album set to keep the horror-metal genre alive and kicking in the UK.
Funeral Shakes is the debut album of the band of the same name – and it’s the Jekyll and Hyde of alternative rock efforts.