EP REVIEW: The Fever 333 – Made An America

Maybe it’s largely down to the times that we live in; the social climate shifts, the political landscape and unrest, the apparent rise in global terrorism and corruption in establishments, but there seems to be the biggest rise and push of politically motivated and focused bands and acts that we’ve seen in years. Read More


ALBUM REVIEW: Underoath – Erase Me

Back in 2013, Underoath left us after a few years of turmoil and turbulence – nothing being quite as quaking in the band’s history as the exit of drummer/vocalist Aaron Gillespie in 2010, who was the band’s final original member. Meanwhile, in the wake of his departure, internally or otherwise the band were at conflicting crossroads, and ultimately put things to bed with what appeared to be irreconcilable circumstances. Read More


INTERVIEW: Skindred (22/04/2018)

Since their beginnings back in Newport, Wales a couple of decades ago, not only do Skindred remain the pioneers and forerunners of the “ragga metal” sound (a genre that blends and meshes the sounds of metal, reggae, and rock music into its own life form), but no band has even dared to follow in their footsteps to mimic and replicate it. Read More


INTERVIEW: Download Festival (17/04/2018)

e headed on over to Donington Park and had a natter with the bookers to talk about finally securing Guns N’ Roses on the bill, what it’s like booking festivals now compared to a few years ago, future headliner material, how this year’s line-up came together, gender balance on festival bills, and more. Read More


VIDEO: All Time Low – Afterglow

Maryland based pop-punk/pop-rock poster boys All Time Low have not long finished their headline run across the UK in support of their recent LP, ‘Last Young Renegade’, and, for those of you who went and are still suffering from post-gig blues, the band have dropped a video for ‘Afterglow’ with plenty of live action. Read More