New Jersey pop-punk defenders Man Overboard have an acoutic EP coming out next week - we've hooked up a full stream so you can try before you buy. Go on, give this a spin!
We've teamed up with YouTuber Jarrod Alonge to profile some of the bands set to feature on his forthcoming parody album. First up: London-based progressive metallers / djentsters Rectangles!
To help fund Jarrod's parody album, head to his IndieGoGo page.
Our latest magazine is jam-packed full of exciting new bands that need your attention. And with the likes of PVRIS, Cruel Hand, Unlocking The Truth, Moose Blood, Climates and more stuffed between the pages of our Exposure section, there's something for everyone.
Rise Against are back in the UK next month. With that in mind, let's revist the list of lyricists that inspired Tim McIlrath's own path of protest.
As well as running this website day in, day out, we have a monthly magazine and it might just be your thing. Here's a bunch of reasons we think you'll be interested.
(And remember, if you subscribe, you'll get five issues for a fiver PLUS a free CD with your subscription. That's just logic, isn't it?)
Canvas by their own admission, make "music for misery" and if you give their video for 'Eulogy' a watch, you'll see what they mean. It's dark, it's brooding, it's heavy as hell... and we love it!
To celebrate the release of Slipknot's mahoosive new album '.5: The Gray Chapter', we're running down the band's most shocking music videos to date. Sit back, and enjoy this morbid trip down memory lane...
Glasweigan alt-rockers Bear Arms make big-ass ambitious rock music, and now they've got a big-ass rock music video to boot.
The Blackout's Sean Smith is a big fan of all things comedy (you'll know this if you've read his My Obsession feature in RS193). But who really tickles him when it comes to stand-up comedy? Glad you asked...
With not one but a pair of 10-year anniversary shows scheduled for December, we decided it was high time we got frontman Charlie Simpson on the phone to see what exactly is going on in camp Fightstar...
London post-hardcore types Radio Alcatraz are getting ready to release their second album 'It's All Coming Up Roses' on December 08. Here's a big fat slice of it in video form!
Don't let his big-talking, f-bomb-dropping persona put you off - there's a lot more to Attila's Chris Fronzak than meets the eye. In the latest issue of Rock Sound you can read all about his life lessons; here's a quick idea of what to expect.
When Max Helyer isn't bringing the riffz in You Me At Six, he runs a clothing line called Antique with long-time friend Henri Pickersgill. Rock Sound catches up with the pair to talk their Autumn / Winter line, You Me At Six and more.
Find out why we're calling 'Duality' one of our albums of the year, and read an extensive track-by-track from vocalist Cody Carson.
Right, it's recap time. We've still not got any new music from Foo Fighters, but here's what we DO know. For more insight into 'Sonic Highways' read our extensive feature in the new issue of the mag!
In just a few weeks, Slipknot will release their first album in six years. Our full review is in Issue 193 of Rock Sound (order it to your door here, grab digitally here or pick up from UK stores now). Whet your appetite with our walk through the whole hour-and-six-minutes of '.5: The Gray Chapter'...
Cavorts like to make noise. We like their noise a lot.
Blackpool punks Boston Manor release their new EP next week, and we've got the stream a week early. For fans of: Neck Deep, Me Vs Hero, ROAM
Three minutes of blissed-out van rides, stage dives, sightseeing and a leap of faith? That's how you do a music video.
Since our last issue hit the shelves, we've had a fair amount of flak from Yellowcard fans about our review of the album. So, in the interest of allowing you to make your own minds up, we've hooked up with Razor & Tie to offer you a FULL stream of the album ahead of its release on Monday. Give it a whirl, and please tell us what you think!