Features Meet Me @ The Altar are changing the face of pop-punk for the better

Growing up, Meet Me @ The Altar didn’t see a band that represented them or that they could call their own. So they simply made it for themselves. Ahead of their new EP, Model Citizen, meet the trio who are sweeping long-needed change through pop-punk…

Features "Lulu is better than it gets credit for": And 18 more of your controversial rock music opinions

We present a selection of rock fans’ most controversial opinions, taking aim at rock giants, bourbon and more.

The News Metallica launch their own podcast – starting with a series about The Black Album

The Metallica Podcast is coming soon and it’s going to reveal all about The Black Album

The News Watch Weezer and The Interrupters cover Fall Out Boy on the Hella Mega Tour

Both Weezer and The Interrupters covered their absent Hella Mega Tour-mates’ Sugar We’re Going Down…

The News Slam Dunk announce lineup changes and send important message to fans

Slam Dunk has been forced to change its line-up again, but the festival will continue

The News As It Is release new single, I Lie To Me

Watch the lyric video for As It Is’ brand new banger, I Lie To Me

The News Black Sabbath are releasing a massive Technical Ecstasy box set

The Super Deluxe Edition of Black Sabbath’s seventh album, Technical Ecstasy, lands in October.

Reviews Album review: Foxing – Draw Down The Moon

One-time emo/indie-rock stalwarts Foxing go for gold on ambitious fourth album, Draw Down The Moon

The News Watch the preview for the unseen Metallica Black Album documentary

The band have uploaded more previously unreleased stuff from A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica…

The News Tom DeLonge reveals his favourite blink-182 album

Tom DeLonge joined Mark Hoppus to discuss his favourite blink-182 album and much more

Reviews Album review: Lingua Ignota – SINNER GET READY

Iconoclastic American artist Lingua Ignota unleashes disturbing songs of faith and devotion on fourth album SINNER GET READY

Features The story of nu-metal in 14 songs

From great beginnings to glorious success, your 14-point map of how nu-metal changed the world…

The News Måneskin and Iggy Pop team up for new version of I Wanna Be Your Slave

Måneskin’s huge single I Wanna Be Your Slave is getting a brand-new version courtesy of The Godfather Of Punk.

The News Mudvayne, Atreyu and more for inaugural private island festival and five-day rock cruise, Voragos

The Mudvayne reunion is set to hit the seas as the band join Rob Zombie, Mastodon and more for the inaugural Voragos cruise…

The News Fall Out Boy pull out of two Hella Mega dates due to one of the band's team "testing positive for COVID"

Fall Out Boy have announced that they won’t be playing the New York or Boston dates of the current U.S. Hella Mega Tour out of an abundance of caution”.

The News Underøath announce new album Voyeurist; drop epic single Hallelujah

Underøath have announced details of their upcoming album Voyeurist, featuring a guest appearance on the tracklist from Ghostemane!

The News Tom Morello announces star-studded album feat. Eddie Vedder, Bring Me The Horizon and more

Tom Morello teams up with Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder for The Atlas Underground Fire’s first release: a cover of Highway To Hell that brings this legendary song into the future”.

The News Deafheaven preview Infinite Granite with one final song, In Blur

Watch the video for In Blur, Deafheaven’s final preview of upcoming album Infinite Granite.

The News Limp Bizkit and fans pay tribute to Joey Jordison at Iowa show

Life is short and it’s always fleeting…” Limp Bizkit paid tribute to Joey Jordison at a gig in Slipknot’s home state of Iowa on August 2.

The News Watch Guns N' Roses play 'new' song Absurd at Boston gig

Guns N’ Roses unleashed new’ song Absurd (a revamped version of Chinese Democracy track Silkworms) in Boston on August 3.

Features The 11 best albums released in July 2021

From WILLOW to Times Of Grace to King Woman, these are the 11 albums released in July 2021 that you need to hear.

The News M. Night Shyamalan almost directed a blink-182 video

Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus recalled the time the former blink-182 frontman almost got M. Night Shyamalan to direct one of their music videos.