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Features Joyce Manor And Saves The Day Are Uniting Emo Generations

On their U.S. tour, Saves The Day and Joyce Manor are bringing out longtime fans and making new ones by appealing to flip sides of the same genre.

The News After Being Arrested in NYC, Coarse Take on The NYPD With New Song

EXCLUSIVE: The noisy hardcore duo premiere a track from their upcoming new EP that tears into New York City’s Finest.

Features Meshuggah Are Easily One Of The Most Exciting Live Metal Bands In The World

On their NYC tour stop at Hammerstein Ballroom, Meshuggah prove that they are officially one of metal’s elite live bands.

The News Win Two Free Tickets to See Meshuggah And The Black Dahlia Murder In New York!

LiveNation and Kerrang! are giving away two tickets and a merch bundle for Meshuggah’s New York City show with The Black Dahlia Murder.

Features HEALTH Unite Industrial and Electronic Fans With Beautiful Violence

With tourmates Youth Code and Pictureplane, the Los Angeles noise rock band bring an abrasive edge to danceable pop in Brooklyn, New York.

The News Exclusive: Overdose (Mutilation Rites, ex-Speedwolf) Bring Street Metal To The Masses

Check out the new EP by Overdose, New York’s killer new street metal crew.

Features Jeremy Enigk (ex-Sunny Day Real Estate) Faces Ghosts On The Road

The former Sunny Day Real Estate vocalist takes his fifth full-length solo record on tour, performing a stunning show at New York City’s Le Poisson Rouge.

Features Polyphia Are Giving Prog Metal A Much Needed Kick In The Ass

With tourmates I The Mighty and Tides Of Man, the instrumental savants bring their acrobatic instrumental madness to New York City for one intense live performance.

Features Show Me The Body Make NYC Hardcore For The Freaks

NYC hardcore trio Show Me The Body talk inclusivity, repping where you’re from, and their new album, Dog Whistle.

Features What Bring Me The Horizon Taught Me About Linkin Park's Legacy

U.S. Editorial Producer Cat Jones, a 30-year-old American, sees Bring Me The Horizon for the first time.

Features Mortician And Malignancy Butcher Brooklyn All Night Long

BrainDead, Headrot, and Teloch Vovin join New York’s death metal elite as they slay into the dead of night.

Features Ministry, Carpenter Brut, And Alien Weaponry Get Weird In New York City

An eclectic line-up of heavy music’s outliers made for an awesome night at Irving Plaza.