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HELLYEAH – ‘Welcome Home’

There are some scenarios in life wherein decisions need to be made that you wouldn’t wish upon any band – yet this was what southern metal supergroup HELLYEAH were faced with. Last year, founding member and drummer Vinnie Paul tragically passed away and, following these unexpected circumstances, the rest

Thursday 26 September 2019

Wednesday 13 – ‘Necrophaze’

Drawing from his inspiration of all things supernatural, deathly and disgusting, the self proclaimed ‘Duke of Spook’ Wednesday 13 is back with his eighth solo album ‘Necrophaze’, full of bloodthirsty horror punk anthems that are bound to keep you up at night. Following a string of forgettable releases that leaned

Friday 12 July 2019

Lights – ‘Skin & Earth Acoustic’

Acoustic albums are an opportunity to extend a body of work in ways that not only offers a reimagining of the artist’s music but also a chance to get a closer glimpse of the stripped back emotion that goes into their dedicated songwriting process.  Scarlett-haired songstress

Saturday 15 June 2019

LIVE: Camden Rocks Festival 2019

Camden Town; arguably the geographical epicentre of the British music scene. There’s nowhere quite like it. As soon as you walk out of the dusty tube station and into the equally dusty streets, it’s like stepping into an alternative dimension compared to the rest of London. That, however, is

Thursday 21 March 2019

Buckcherry – ‘Warpaint’

Sun, sex and suspicious vocal chords. No this isn’t a new BBC show, it’s everything that comes to mind when you think of Buckcherry. The Californian hard rockers are back with their eighth album ‘Warpaint’ and it is a far cry from their prime. When you have Greta Van Fleet

Thursday 07 March 2019

Zebrahead – ‘Brain Invaders’

As far as longevity is concerned, pop punk really does have the superpower of never dying. The lifespan of the sub-genre has surpassed all of its detractor’s best wishes. Orange County good-time loving mob Zebrahead are a prime example of how the nostalgic scene can still thrive for over

Monday 14 January 2019

Reel Big Fish – ‘Life Sucks… Let’s Dance!’

It has to be said that 2018 was quite the year. The gloomy likes of Brexit and Donald Trump have hogged the media spotlight all year round, making it hard to see a bright side to the year at some points. However, just before we enter a fresh 2019,

Wednesday 17 October 2018

LIVE: Halestorm / Avatar @ Brixton Academy, London

Having sold out months in advance, Brixton Academy is filled to the rafters with 5000 eagerly excited fans, ready to celebrate Halestorm’s latest triumph. Following the release of their epic new album, ‘Vicious’, earlier this year, the American rock heavyweights return to London to deliver their biggest show yet.

Monday 01 October 2018

Palaye Royale – Boom Boom Room (Side B)

It must feel like having the weight of the world on your shoulders when you’re relatively unknown on UK shores and are being thrust in every rock fan’s face as the ‘next cool thing’. Having been put on front covers and handed big festival slots off the back of

Wednesday 25 April 2018

LIVE: Skindred / CKY / Danko Jones @ LCR, Norwich

It’s almost slipped under the radar, the fact that the Welsh ragga-metal superheroes Skindred have been on the scene for almost 20 years now. Not a band to ever pat themselves on the back and shout about these things, it should still be said that throughout these two decades,