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From Sunday 24 June 2018

Panic! at the Disco – ‘Pray For the Wicked’

It can’t have been easy to write a follow up to the Grammy nominated Death of a Bachelor, but Brendon Urie – now known for his determination to keep Panic! at the Disco alive – has persevered. While ‘Pray For the Wicked’ might not have the same pizzazz of

You Know The Drill – ‘Selfhood’

  The Midlands. Home of heavy metal, chocolate, the world’s most confusing motorway junctions – and now, pop punk. Birmingham five-piece You Know The Drill are back with the follow up to their 2016 EP ‘Losing Streak’ – and with involvement from ROAM’s Alex Adam and guitarist Luke Astley stepping

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Download 2018 Sunday

LIVE: Download Festival 2018 – Sunday

Download Festival is arguably the biggest and best heavy metal festival in the UK. The hallowed grounds of Donnington have seen just about every band ever grace it over the years. And this year was no different from some huge headliners to debut performances, and to top it all

Trash Boat release new single

Trash Boat have released their new single ‘Inside Out’. The track is the second single to be taken from their upcoming album ‘Crown Shyness’ which is out July 20 via Hopeless Records. Check out the video for ‘Inside Out’ here:

The Amity Affliction announce new album and release new single

The Amity Affliction have announced they will release their new album ‘Misery’ on August 24. Along with this the band have released their new single ‘Ivy (Doomsday)’ which you can check out below. You can pre order the new album here and The Amity Affliction will be heading out

Our Hollow Our Home release new track and video

Southampton’s metalcore five piece Our Hollow, Our Home have released new track ‘Speak Of Sorrow’, the first taster of their sophomore album. Check out the video for ‘Speak of Sorrow’ here: The band will be headlining The Metal Bash in Bridgwater on August 26, with album news coming soon.

LIVE: Download Festival 2018 – Saturday

Download Festival is arguably the biggest and best heavy metal festival in the UK. The hallowed grounds of Donnington have seen just about every band ever grace it over the years. And this year was no different from some huge headliners to debut performances, and to top it all

Download 2018 Saturday

Download 2018 Friday