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The News The Old Firm Casuals (Feat. Lars from Rancid) Premiere Get Out Of Our Way

An exclusive premiere of the new single from the San Francisco street-punk quartet’s upcoming sophomore album.

Features Frank Turner: The 10 Songs That Changed My Life

The acoustic punk troubadour Frank Turner shares his memories and music collection

Features Addiction, Tragedy And Recovery: Why FIDLAR Are Back Stronger Than Ever

Releasing what will go down as one of 2019’s boldest and best albums, FIDLAR get real about addiction, recovery and counting the cost of tragic losses. Almost Free is the sound of a band finally giving a damn, ready to risk it all…

Features 10 Rock'N'Roll Rumours That Aren't Actually True

Some stories from rock history are just too good (or weird) to be true

Features "I Wanted To Be Madonna's Drummer": 13 Questions With Aaron Pauley From Of Mice & Men

Of Mice & Men vocalist Aaron Pauley talks ghosts, energy and the pain of wearing underpants for too long

The News Exclusive: Darken Your Spring With a New Video From Trapped Within Burning Machinery

Watch the nihilist new video from Southern California doom crew Trapped Within Burning Machinery.

Reviews Album Review: Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues

Slowly Slowly bring heart-on-sleeve emotion on Race Car Blues…

Reviews Album Review: Spanish Love Songs – Brave Faces Everyone

Rising alt.rockers Spanish Love Songs continue to find joy in misery…

Features How I Wrote Savory, By Jawbox's J. Robbins

Jawbox’s J. Robbins reflects on the stories behind Savory, and why it’s kinda sexual

The News Watch the Hilarious (and Violent) New Video from Stoner-Punks American Sharks

American Sharks bring back a murderous grandmother in their brand new video for Spare The Rod.

Reviews Album Review: Petrol Girls – Cut & Stitch

Feminist punk quartet Petrol Girls shine on the superb Cut & Stitch

The News Orange Goblin Announce First U.S. Tour Dates in Five Years

The legendary stoner-metal troupe have announced their first U.S. tour since 2014.

Features When The Music's Over: Why Rock Music Needs To Do More To Support Its Artists

One day you’re on top of the world and feeling indestructible. The next, you’re on the scrapheap and lost. But what happens to rock stars who fall on hard times? Addiction and mental health issues are rife, but in an industry slowly waking up to its duty of are there is hope and outlets for support…

Features John Feldmann: "We would steal everything from our friends' parents' room and trade it for cocaine"

Goldfinger frontman and legendary producer John Feldmann reflects on his induction to punk, his drunken introduction to The Used and the untimely end to a pet goldfish…

Features Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara: The 10 Songs That Changed My Life

Taking Back Sunday vocalist Adam Lazzara on the music that made him: from The Beatles to LCD Soundsystem

Features "A Fan Sent Me Erotic Fan Fiction About Me And Mike Shinoda": 13 Questions With grandson

Existential dread, fluffy dogs and getting really into Limewire – grandson faces our 13 Questions head on

Features Creed's Scott Stapp On How They Wrote My Sacrifice

Creed vocalist Scott Stapp reveals the story behind their mammoth hit My Sacrifice

Reviews Album Review: Peter And The Test Tube Babies – Fuctifano

Another serving of snotty sarcasm from punk mainstays Peter And The Test Tube Babies…

Features Can Rage Against The Machine's Reunion Affect U.S. Politics In 2020?

We weigh up the pros and cons of Rage Against The Machine’s reformation, through the lens of the U.S. political landscape…

Features How I Wrote May 16, By Lagwagon's Joey Cape

Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape dives into the inspiration behind their most popular song, 1998’s May 16