Watch Nyango Star, your new favorite Japanese apple-cat hybrid monster, play some killer drums with Japanese metal act Maximum The Hormone.
In 1994, Trent Reznor released his masterpiece – Nine Inch Nails’ epic and sprawling The Downward Spiral. 25 years on, we examine the creative exorcism involved and the enduring ripple of its enormous cultural impact…
After extended personal and legal beef, NYHC crew Cro-Mags have reached a legal settlement, and now exists as two separate bands.
Rob Zombie, Korn, Bring Me The Horizon, Lamb Of God, and plenty others will fill out the line-up for this year’s Aftershock festival in California.
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Megadeth, Coheed And Cambria, and more round out the line-up of the first-ever Exit 111 Festival in Tennessee.
For Nature G, frontman of Mongolian folk metallers Tengger Cavalry, a suicide attempt opened the doorway to the band’s latest album.
On The Hardship Of The Scots, their first new track in three years, black metal legends Darkthrone remind you that only the riff is real.
Take a look at their NSFW new video for EXXXIT and read an interview with frontman Alexis Mincolla.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and Grammy-winning folk rock star Brandi Carlile took to the streets of Seattle to ask an important question: you got a quarter?
Duff McKagan returns to the UK and Europe this summer
PLUS! Rammstein, New Found Glory, The Damned Things, Knocked Loose, Frank Carter, Daughters, Motionless In White, Pagan and LOADS more!
Is artificial intelligence the future of death metal?
A video has surfaced of Deftones playing one of their earliest hits in a tiny Sacramento club.
Japanese pop-metal crew BABYMETAL will release a new single next month, and have announced their first-ever U.S. headlining show.
Metalcore giants Killswitch Engage have announced via Instagram that their new album will drop this fall.
Ready your livers, as Irish rockers Flogging Molly and blue-collar punks Social Distortion are hitting the road with The Devil Makes Three and Le Butcherettes in tow.
For Spirit In The Room frontman Dennis R. Sanders, normality and genre are just another set of chains worth breaking.