Indie rockers Fire In The Radio are back with their sophomore album New Air. Check out what we thought of it here!
The most promising new addition to Australia’s heavy music scene, Figures, have just released their second EP Chronos. Read our review here!
2017 saw Download Festival add a whole load more pop punk bands to the line-up so here’s five of our favourites from across the weekend.
Pop punk quartet Broadside have just released their new album ‘Paradise’. Check out what we thought of it here!
Biffy Clyro defied all expectations when they headlined Saturday night of Download 2017. See what we thought of their epic set here.
Ten years after their departure, metalcore luminaries Eighteen Visions have returned with their sixth album, cleverly titled XVIII.
The extravagant vocalist is back with another barrage of horror tinged music.
There’s so much new talent at Download Festival every year and here’s eight bands that you need to keep your eyes on from the festival.
With so many great bands playing across the weekend here’s just a few of our main stage highlights including Creeper and Steel Panther.
Canadian pop punk crew Simple Plan celebrate 15 years of No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls at The Forum. Check out our review here!