To Hell And Back
A Fake Band Using Facebook to Scam Europe Is as 2018 as It Gets
In an era of "FAKE NEWS," does a great rock 'n' roll swindle matter? (Plus, new tunes from Ulthar, 1914, Necrowitches, and more).
Hard Rock Is Good, Hard Rock Is Bad, Hard Rock Is Forever
As extreme metal ascends, bands like Seether, Wednesday 13, and Black Map are still out there playing turn-of-the-century hard rock to a hardcore faithful.
The Darkness Are Back and They Want You to Shit Yourself
And Justin Hawkins wears a gold lamé catsuit in the new video for "Solid Gold."
Alex Robert Ross
"El Titan" and Heavy Metal in Pablo Escobar's Medellín
Remembering "the Colombian Bruce Dickinson" who survived the drug wars and inspired a generation of South American metalheads
Alex De Moller
These Are Lars Ulrich's Truths
We spoke to the often controversial Metallica drummer about the band's hard-charging new album, the dangers of staying frozen in time, and death.
What I Learned Growing Up as a Very Serious Fan of The Darkness
“The song, ‘I Believe In a Thing Called Love’ has changed my life. I am now a full on rocker!” read my diary on 20th September, 2003.
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7,665 Days: This Is What It's Like to See Tool Live Again After 21 Years in Prison
Tool's music stuck with me, even though I was hardly able to listen to it for decades.
PREMIERE: Listen to Kylesa’s Spacey, Soaring New Track, “Shaping the Southern Sky”
The Southern boundary-pushers will release their upcoming album, 'Exhausting Fire', on 10/2.
Here's Why Nickelback Is Underrated
They can't be the worst band in the world... can they?
Meadows' New Track 'Gobshite' Will Pummel You into Nothingness
In case you need an idea of what you're getting into, the band categorise their sound as "rural misery" and "power drunk".
Hector's Pets and Fletcher C. Johnson Hit The Road
Here's a bunch of the best photos from the Brooklyn based bands' tour.