IDLES’ fight for the hearts and minds of music fans came at a heavy personal cost. But now, regrouped and reenergised, the breakout stars of British punk are back to take on hate and division with love and peace. K! joins them in the barricades ahead of all-out assault…
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way joined Tom DeLonge and co. onstage to run through blink-182’s classic single First Date.
Progressive metal mainstays Anathema have gone on indefinite hiatus. Here we pay tribute to a band with the palette and the vision to explore the vast realms of heavy music and then some.
Tom DeLonge was immortalised in cake form during last night’s Great British Bake Off.
Fueled By Ramen artist grandson will release Death Of An Optimist later this year.
Foo Fighters have unveiled the first capsule of a new 25th anniversary merch line – with these awesome items focussing on their self-titled debut.
Rob Halford says that “if any metal band deserves to be in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame”, it’s Judas Priest.
Casa Vega Restaurant have teamed up with Fall Out Boy for some delicious-sounding Sugar, We’re Going To Get Tacos.
You can adopt one of the 12,995 dots that make up Deftones’ Ohms artwork for a very good cause.
Greta Van Fleet have shared a three-song snippet from their Red Rocks Amphitheater performance last year.
Machine Gun Kelly will perform Hotel Diablo and Tickets To My Downfall in full at Los Angeles’ Roxy next month.
This Thursday we’ll be streaming Touché Amoré’s raucous K! Pit set from Brooklyn – back in a pre-pandemic age…
The follow-up to 2016’s Gore is on the way! But what can we expect from Deftones’ ninth studio album, Ohms?
Power Trip frontman Riley Gale has been immortalised in action figure form by one incredibly creative fan.
With 14 blood-stained albums under their barbed wire belts, we’ve decided to rank Cannibal Corpse’s musical rampage in its entirety.
Svalbard vocalist Serena Cherry guides us through new album When I Die, Will I Get Better?, from her struggles with depression to how women are represented in the media – including the music press
On the one-year anniversary of Sid Haig’s death, Rob Zombie has paid tribute to the late, great actor.