Gerard Way made his return to Brixton Academy with a sparkling silver hairdo, a little bit of sass and some old friends in tow. Justine Trickett was down the front for these photos.
We've been banging on about how special a band Moose Blood are for quite some time. Last night at London's Borderline, a couple of hundred people seemed to agree with us. Ben Gibson avoided endless crowdsurfers for these photos of the madness.
Last night, The Prepare For Hell Tour landed on UK soil. Our Giles Smith was at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena for these stunning shots of Slipknot, Korn and King 810.
Funeral For A Friend have just kicked off their UK tour in support of their seventh full-length abum 'Chapter And Verse'. Adam Gasson was there at the Bristol date for these shots of FFAF, No Bragging Rights and Creeper.
On a Wednesday night in a 400-cap room, Fall Out Boy played a very special show. Our Ben Gibson was at London's Islington Assembly Hall for these photos.
Twin Atlantic dropped their rather lovely new video for 'Oceans' earlier today. Here's a peek behind the scenes on the video shoot.
Photos by Scott Rankin.
The debate has raged on for actual generations: which is the better band? Green Day or Blink-182? This month, we add fuel to the fire with our Green Day vs. Blink-182 poster special in our latest mag. Yep, all of these classic shots can be up on your walls if you just buy the damn thing!
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So we're done. 2014 is OVER. Here's our last monthly look at the bands we saw live in December. See you in the pit next year, yeah?
As the end of the year edged into sight, we had one more round of tour madness before the festival downtime kicked in. Here's what you missed in November (spoiler: contains pop-punk, tears and BABYMETAL)
October was the month that proved if you're in a band, throwing your OWN festival can't ever hurt. Right, Slipknot and A Day To Remember? Here's what else we saw that month...
Things quietened down a bit for gigs after festy season drew to a close, but in September we still managed to see 5 Seconds Of Summer, King 810, You Me At Six and Beartooth do what they do best.
Canterbury are no longer a band. This was what their last ever show looked like. We wrote some words about the evening, too.
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...