Monday, you're so kind.
Are festival announcement-induced heart attacks a thing? Because we're having one today.
Beartooth, Fightstar, ROAM, Ghost Town and A are among today's new names!
You're really, really going to want to look at this list.
Also, we need to talk about those full album sets from Coheed And Camrbia and The Get Up Kids. WOW.
The second leg of Soundwave Festival kicks off this weekend, and if you want to know what you're missing, we've got you covered. Kane Hibberd was at the Melbourne weekend for us and caught these stunning shots of All Time Low, Slipknot, Papa Roach, Incubus, The Wonder Years, Of Mice & Men... and the rest!
Nothing much matters in August other than Reading & Leeds Festivals, right? This year we really were spoilt for choice as Blink-182, You Me At Six, A Day To Remember, Sleeping With Sirens and so many more GREAT rock bands brought the festival back to its roots. Plus there was the small matter of a couple of VERY special warm-up shows from Sleeping With Sirens and Gerard Way...
July had everything: a Warped Tour surprise (in the shape of Linkin Park turning up and playing with every band ever), a MONUMENTAL party with Fall Out Boy and Paramore in New York, plus there was the small matter of Sonisphere...
In RS198, we shine a light on the 59 bands you need in your lives right now including As It Is, Beartooth, PVRIS, Set It Off, Marmozets and a load of other great new acts you might not have heard yet. OH! There’s also the WORLD EXCLUSIVE review of All Time Low’s ‘Future Hearts’. a FREE Pure Noise Records sampler and a Slam Dunk Festival poster special!
Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke isn't just on the cover of our latest mag - he's all over our YouTube channel as well! In the latest video, Ronnie talks all about the band's new album 'Just Like You'.
Did you miss our 24 Hours In Paris With Falling In Reverse Vid? Catch up here.
The Basildon-born YouTube queen is all up in our magazine this month, so we figured it'd be a good idea to stick a camera in her face, too. In the second of our three-part interview, Emma Blackery talks about juggling life as a YouTube star and moving more into the music world. Subscribe to our channel to see the next vid before anyone else. Missed part 1? Catch up here.
The Basildon-born YouTube queen is all up in our magazine this month, so we figured it'd be a good idea to stick a camera in her face, too. In the first of our three-part interview, Emma Blackery talks about how she got started with YouTube and how things have changed since. Subscribe to our channel to see the next vid before anyone else!
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Festival season really kicked in as May rolled around. Elsewhere, some big names tried some new things and a couple of more sombre stories broke, too...
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In the new issue of Rock Sound, Sleeping With Sirens' Kellin Quinn updates us direct from the studio. Here's what he we've been told to expect from album number four...
In less than 24 hours, the gates will swing open at Reading & Leeds and the biggest rock festivals of the summer will be underway. These are our predictions for the weekend (with some ludicrous suggestions thrown in for good measure, natch).
Finch are officially a band again. Not only that, they're headlining Hevy Fest this Friday, and their long-awaited third album 'Back To Oblivion' is coming out this September. Rock Sound scribe Rob Sayce caught up with the band's frontman Nate Barcalow to talk about the past, the present, and - if there is one - the future...
Jimmy Eat World were a band liberated as the year 2000 rolled in. For the first time online, read the full story of 'Bleed American' in their own words.