Tags : rock

Album Review: Ohms // Deftones

There are only so many rock and metal acts that have managed to keep their sound fresh and engaging over the course of 25 years, but Deftones are certainly one of them. The Sacramento quintet’s career has been full of ups and downs, most notably the death of original bassist Chi Cheng in 2013, but […]Read More

5 Rock And Metal Albums You Might Have Missed In

By nearly any measurement, 2020 has been a bit of a dud. But, despite the turbulent times, the rock and metal scenes are having one of their best years in recent memory thanks to a steady stream of stellar releases. So, as we approach the home stretch, it’s time to look back on the five […]Read More

Single Review: Falling in Love // Frank Turner

‘Falling in Love’ is the latest Frank Turner release from split covers album West Coast vs. Wessex. A collaboration between long-term supporters of each other, NOFX and Frank Turner, the album will be released on 31st July and will see the American Punk Rock band’s take on five of Turner’s catalogue, whilst he returns with […]Read More

The Top 10 Debut Rock Albums

As turbulent as the current climate is, all the extra time we’re spending indoors offers an opportunity to practice reflective listening. We’ve revisited some of the best pieces of music history, albums that shaped the landscape of what we listen to today. Here’s a round up of the top ten debut rock albums. 10. Ten […]Read More

My Chemical Romance Reschedule UK Tour To 2021

The rock band, famous for ‘Teenagers’ and ‘Welcome to the Black Parade’, had parted ways in 2013 but reunited at the end of 2019, causing a stir amongst fans. But like many before them, they have had to postpone their UK tour as a result of the current coronavirus crisis. “Due to the current COVID-19 […]Read More

Live Review: Young Fathers \\ The O2 Academy Brixton

Still fresh off the release of their third studio album, Cocoa Sugar, Edinburgh heroes Young Fathers took to the stage for their last show of the year and tour finale at the imposing O2 Academy Brixton venue, where they commanded a sold-out show in tremendous style. Supported by Petite Noir, the band drummed the crowd up into a stifling frenzy, […]Read More

Track Review: Even the Joker Cries // Hegarty

Hegarty are an up and coming band from Liverpool whose main aim is to “unite the world for its love of guitar music.” They have spent the last three years touring heavily around Liverpool, and have built a reputation internationally through receiving radio airplay in USA and France. Earlier this year, they released a single, […]Read More