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From Thursday 18 May 2017

Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave) passes away

Chris Cornell, best known for his work with the legendary Soundgarden, has sadly passed away aged 52. In a statement to The Associated Press, Brian Bumbery said that his passing was “sudden and unexpected,” on Wednesday night in Detroit. Cornell was the vocalist for Soundgarden from 1994 to 1997, and then again when

From Thursday 02 May 2019

#7DaysOfTrees: Rival Bones join 2000trees line-up

From Friday 01 March 2019

Porcelain Pink

From Tuesday 26 February 2019

FLUX

From Wednesday 02 January 2019

In My Disguise

From Tuesday 31 July 2018

MUFFIN

From Thursday 13 July 2017

Prophets of Rage to release debut self-titled album

Featuring members of Cypress Hill, Public Enemy, Audioslave and Rage Against the Machine, Prophets of Rage have confirmed the release of their upcoming debut self-titled album. It will be released on the 15th September via Fantasy Records and can be pre-ordered here. You can listen to the first single,

From Friday 30 June 2017

LIVE: Download Festival 2017 – Friday

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 with some huge headliners, debut and last ever appearances alike, and on

From Monday 26 June 2017

LIVE: Prophets of Rage @ O2 Academy, Brixton

Fresh off the back of a blistering performance on the main stage at this year’s Download Festival, Prophets of Rage arrive at the famous Brixton Academy with their tails up and ready to make Brixton rage again. As supergroups go, it doesn’t really get any bigger than this, consisting of

From Wednesday 30 November 2016

Vanishing Life – ‘Surveillance’

‘Punk rock’ and ‘super groups’ are two concepts that, when uttered in the same sentence, create a wave of anguish that washes over the listener with the expectation of disappointment. For every Fugazi or OFF!, there’s the crushing mediocrity of an Audioslave or Velvet Revolver, so it’s a