"This is an album of freedom and exploration, the sound of people taking risks for the sake of song."
There’s an elegant darkness to these three tracks, skyscraping melody lines offset by eerie samples and a lingering air of unease.
"This record could slot into any punk rock fan’s record collection in the last 15 years and get worn out"
"Nai Harvest are pushing themselves out of the niche and on to bigger brighter endeavors, and that’s nothing to be sad about."
You heard it last week, now learn all the words.
The Danish trio post their new album online and the sun comes out, coincidence we think not!
Malevolence and Desolated among the new bands confirmed for the Liverpool all-dayer in May.
And we should have a new album by the end of the year. Yeaaah!
If you're not lucky enough to be at Brighton's Haunt tonight, Architects will be streaming their full set in the player below, and over at lostforeverlosttogether.com. The band hit the stage at 9pm GMT, and there'll be an hour of pre-show footage beforehand. So bookmark this page, grab the popcorn and we'll see you at 9!
New video from the Taking Back Sunday lads. 'Stood A Chance' is taken from 'Happiness Is' which is release March 18 through Hopeless. You can read what we thought about the band's show in London last week HERE.
Every Time I Die guitarist Andy Williams does the #7of30 challenge. Stoked on 8-bit boobs, he sure is!
New video incoming from Protest The Hero. 'Tilting Against Windmills' is the taken from the band's latest album 'Volition' which is out now through Spinefarm Records.
The Steel Panther guitarist pens a note to the man he used to be. Yup, it's Friday.
Exclusive extras from our revealing feature with We Are The In Crowd vocalist Tay Jardine. Get the band's new album 'Weird Kids' and pick up our mag for a candid conversation about death, life, love and music.
The great and the good offer their merchandising advice. Are you in a band? This is a must read for you.
Stream Weathered Hands' exceptional debut album 'A Warm Life in the Cold' all this week on the Rock Sound website.
Taking Back Sunday made a triumphant return to London last week, and Rock Sound's new Deputy Editor David McLaughlin was there.
Tom Lacey returns for the next instalment of his record review blog. Remember where you were when Coal Chamber released their debut album?
And it was Jay Baruchel...actual JAY BARUCHEL. Look, it's really him!
An incredibly limited-edition tour poster only available in venues? Cows AND aliens? Yeah, we did that.
Another new blog series starts today on the Rock Sound website as Gallows guitarist Lags begins the story of Venn Records.