Features “I don’t feel that we belong anywhere, but we belong together”: How Biffy Clyro found their happy place

Biffy Clyro have already released one amazing album in lockdown. But when the isolation continued to pinch, they got to it making another, in secret. This is the story of The Myth Of The Happily Ever After, the record that helped them find balance, and rediscover themselves…

Features My Chemical Romance: Every song on The Black Parade, ranked from worst to best

Ranking every song on My Chemical Romance’s The Black Parade in order of greatness. (This caused a lot of arguments…)

The News Fred Durst asks fans what they want first: a new Limp Bizkit song, or the full album

Should I just drop the whole new album, all 12 songs?” asks Limp Bizkit man Fred Durst.

Reviews EP review: Knocked Loose – A Tear In The Fabric Of Life

Kentucky maulers Knocked Loose showcase new levels of dynamism and devastation as they drag us through A Tear In The Fabric Of Life…

The News Foos, twenty one pilots, Halsey and more nominated for 2021 MTV EMAs

The Best Alternative category for this year’s MTV EMAs features Halsey, twenty one pilots, Machine Gun Kelly and more, while Foo Fighters and Måneskin are up for Best Rock.

The News New 'death metal burger' launched in support of Help Musicians

Tommi’s Burger Joint have teamed up with London band Calligram for a spooky and very metal new dish…

The News Slam Dunk Festival have added nine more bands to the 2022 line-up

The Story So Far, The Amity Affliction, Hot Water Music and more join Alexisonfire and Rancid at next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

The News Of Mice & Men announce new album Echo, unveil Fighting Gravity video

California metalcore mob Of Mice & Men will be releasing a brand-new album, Echo, consisting of this year’s Timeless and Bloom EPs, plus final release Ad Infinitum.

Reviews Album review: Can’t Swim – Change Of Plans

After their wing-spreading EP series, Can’t Swim return to more familiar territory on third full-length, Change Of Plans.

The News Måneskin are playing a free show in London tonight

Måneskin have announced a surprise free show in London tonight (October 20)!

The News Watch: WILLOW and Avril Lavigne team up for official G R O W video

WILLOW and Avril Lavigne join forces in their new video for G R O W – which also features a surprise guest appearance from KennyHoopla…

The News Venom Prison announce new album Erebos

Venom Prison will release their third album, Erebos, in February 2022

Features Judas Priest’s Rob Halford: My life in 10 songs

Judas Priest’s legendary frontman Rob Halford reflects on 10 of the most pivotal songs from his five decades in metal…

The News Vended announce debut EP, drop new single Burn My Misery

Listen to Vended’s crushing, punk-tinged new single Burn My Misery, taken from their upcoming debut EP What Is It/Kill It.

Reviews Album review: Death Blooms – Life Is Pain

British metalcore sluggers Death Blooms deliver heavy blows on vicious debut, Life Is Pain.

Features Can’t Swim: Chris LoPorto’s track-by-track guide to Change Of Plans

From opener Standing In The Dark through to closing track Everyone That I Know I Hate, Chris LoPorto lifts the lid on every song on Can’t Swim’s new album Change Of Plans…

Reviews Album review: Don Broco – Amazing Things

Boisterous Bedford boys Don Broco examine the depths and the heights on amazing fourth album…

The News Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators announce new single, The River Is Rising

The River Is Rising – the first single from Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators’ new album – is due out on October 22

The News Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump scores new movie Mark, Mary & Some Other People – watch the trailer

Watch the trailer for new rom-com Mark, Mary & Some Other People, scored by Fall Out Boy vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump.

Features Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder: “I don’t want to be a star… it scares me”

On the anniversary of Vs., we look back at a tumultuous time in Pearl Jam’s history, when their frontman wished for nothing more than to shun the spotlight of stardom…

The News Mötley Crüe's Vince Neil "back home and resting" after breaking a few ribs in stage fall

After falling offstage and breaking his ribs at a solo gig on Friday (October 15), Vince Neil is now back home and resting”.

The News Richard Z. Kruspe's Emigrate release Always On My Mind cover featuring Till Lindemann

Ahead of the release of upcoming album The Persistence Of Memory, Richard Z. Kruspe has teamed up with Rammstein bandmate Till Lindemann for a new Emigrate cover.