Even surface-level rock, punk, and metal fans need to get acquainted with these ten releases from 2019.
Prepare your ears for a dose of sonic annihilation of Biffy Clyro
Check out the sick line-up of 2019’s Mutants Of The Monster festival in Arkansas.
Punks Against Sweatshops film will be released on May 2.
Taking Back Sunday look back on 2006’s classic Louder Now
The Fall Out Boy bassist doesn’t have high hopes for one particular character…
Marilyn Manson offers Machine Gun Kelly a new definition of cock rock…
Plus: former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly set to join Taking Back Sunday for UK dates
Rob Zombie’s new movie won’t suffer from the PG-13 horror trend.
Get ready for walls of death, stagediving bands, and live saxophone in tomorrow’s stream of Rivers Of Nihil’s blistering set at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar.
On his latest paeon to getting smashed by Satan, the Philadelphia provocateur provacataps that ass at a funeral.
Cartoon metallers Belzebubs bring the darkness on Pantheon Of The Nightside Gods
Listen to the eerie new album by American occult rockers Sabbath Assembly, featuring Kevin Hufnagel of Gorguts and Dysrhythmia, before its release this Friday.
DevilDriver vocalist Dez Fafara adds to his infamous chin tattoo in colourful fashion
Machine Head have re-recorded their 1994 debut, Burn My Eyes.
“People in pain are vulnerable to bullshit artists,” says Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg.