The Story So Far, The Amity Affliction, Hot Water Music and more join Alexisonfire and Rancid at next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.
California metalcore mob Of Mice & Men will be releasing a brand-new album, Echo, consisting of this year’s Timeless and Bloom EPs, plus final release Ad Infinitum.
“Should I just drop the whole new album, all 12 songs?” asks Limp Bizkit man Fred Durst.
The Best Alternative category for this year’s MTV EMAs features Halsey, twenty one pilots, Machine Gun Kelly and more, while Foo Fighters and Måneskin are up for Best Rock.
Måneskin have announced a surprise free show in London tonight (October 20)!
WILLOW and Avril Lavigne join forces in their new video for G R O W – which also features a surprise guest appearance from KennyHoopla…
Venom Prison will release their third album, Erebos, in February 2022
Listen to Vended’s crushing, punk-tinged new single Burn My Misery, taken from their upcoming debut EP What Is It/Kill It.
The River Is Rising – the first single from Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators’ new album – is due out on October 22…
Watch the trailer for new rom-com Mark, Mary & Some Other People, scored by Fall Out Boy vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump.
After falling offstage and breaking his ribs at a solo gig on Friday (October 15), Vince Neil is now “back home and resting”.
Ahead of the release of upcoming album The Persistence Of Memory, Richard Z. Kruspe has teamed up with Rammstein bandmate Till Lindemann for a new Emigrate cover.
iDKHOW are hitting the road in the U.S. early next year for The Thought Reform Tour…
System Of A Down debuted recent(ish) singles Genocidal Humanoidz and Protect The Land, as well as playing a whole load of Toxicity, at their first show since 2019…
blink-182’s Travis Barker has proposed to Kourtney Kardashian, with the happy couple sharing some romantic snaps of their engagement online…
“Our fans are taking it to the next level for spooky szn…” Watch this epic Halloween light show synced perfectly with Avenged Sevenfold’s Nightmare.
Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz and Paul Dano give us a proper look at their iterations of Batman, Catwoman and the Riddler in the intense new trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Batman.