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From Tuesday 29 January 2019

LIVE: Enter Shikari / Black Peaks @ Brixton Academy, London

Enter Shikari have been abusing the worthless boundaries of music genres for near two decades now – combining rock, hip-hop, metal, drum & bass and strings, amongst others, sometimes all in the same song. Never staying still or safe, they’ve become one of the UK’s very best bands, with

Monday 17 December 2018

LIVE: Bring Me The Horizon / Fever 333 @ Alexandra Palace, London

Bring Me The Horizon have arguably become one of British rock music’s leaders in the current generation. They’ve released the game-changing ‘That’s The Spirit’ over three years ago, an album that’s seen them play countless sold out shows all over the world including two nights at the O2 Arena.

Tuesday 04 September 2018

LIVE: The Fever 333 @ Islington Academy

After letlive. ended, the world waited to see what the next move was. Then came The Fever 333. Taking the hooks, big riffs and melding them into a more hip-hop orientated style, Jason Aalon Butler was back and in a big way. The fact that they have released a

Friday 31 August 2018

Heavy Music Awards 2018 @ KOKO

Heavy music has been more or less absent from mainstream awards like The Brits or the Mercury Prize, despite polls and petitions from various different outlets. Last year, a group of people took it upon themselves to create their own annual awards show, to highlight the best the scene has

Friday 06 July 2018

LIVE: Thrice, Brutus @ The Electric Ballroom

Chances are your favourite band’s favourite band is Thrice. One of the most revered bands in the alternative scene, and near the top of the list of the most underrated bands in the world, Thrice made a stop in Camden Town on Download Weekend to treat their diehard fans to an unstoppable show. Opening proceedings are Brutus,

Tuesday 03 July 2018

LIVE: Stone Sour, Nothing More @ Roundhouse

Corey Taylor has always been an enigma, keeping himself busy. Whether writing books, guest starring in TV and movies or being on stage with either of his two bands, he’s certainly someone who works very hard. Taking a break from his day job, Taylor has brought back Stone Sour

Friday 25 May 2018

LIVE: Frank Turner / The Subways @ The Roundhouse

Last year, Punk-Troubadour Frank Turner took a bold step in curating his own festival. Four nights in a row, at the Camden Roundhouse, 8000 people would be watching a festival he chose. The risk was great but the reward was incredible, with it proving to be a massive success.

Wednesday 02 May 2018

Parkway Drive – ‘Reverence’

Modern metalcore has been in a slump in recent years. After the heady days in the early noughties, back when Killswitch Engage, Bullet for My Valentine and Trivium were taking names left, right and centre, metalcore was in a great place. As the years have gone on, the genre

Friday 06 April 2018

The Wonder Years – Sister Cities

Being one of the most underrated bands in the world is a hard life to lead. Being one of the most underrated bands in the world for nearly your whole career? That’s something maybe only The Wonder Years can feel. ‘Sister Cities’ is an album about connections, how distance can

Thursday 15 March 2018

Jamie Lenman, The Recent History Of a British Troubadour