Four Year Strong and the Pure Noise Records tour hit London last night, and they brought labelmates Hit The Lights and Forever Came Calling (plus outsiders Light You Up) along for the ride. Our man Ben Gibson was there to soak in the pop-punk.
The Blackout will be gone soon. That sucks, but their farewell tour began at Birmingham's Asylum last night, and our Carla Mundy was there to take some photos, cry a little, then take more photos.
This place isn't the same, because Real Friends obliterated London's Camden Underworld last night. Our Ben Gibson jumped into the thick of it to get these snaps of RF, Brawlers and Trash Boat.
They might have played The O2 a month or so back with You Me At Six, but tonight was their night. Ben Gibson was on hand at Wembley for these photos of All Time Low, Neck Deep and Real Friends.
Take one The Ghost Inside, add five of their fans and a photographer. What do you get? This.
Papa Roach's UK headline tour landed in Nottingham on Thursday night, and our Giles Smith was on hand for these shots.
Well we knew it would be good, but we didn't know it would be this good. Saturday night saw Architects roll into the capital with Every Time I Die, Blessthefall and Counterparts in tow. If you were there, you know.
All photos by Ben Gibson for Rock Sound.
Just before they jet off to Europe for the full-blown Black Mass tour, Black Veil Brides stopped off in London for a tiny Friday the 13th warm-up. They brought the lights, the video screens, the CO2 cannons, the lot. Justine Trickett was at the Garage for Rock Sound.
Fronz and his crew hit London's Electric Ballroom just ahead of the weekend. Our Ben Gibson was on hand to capture all this madness.
A Day To Remember's Self Help Festival hit California this weekend, and while the Ocala five-piece weren't performing, they still put together one KILLER bill. Relive all the action from Pierce The Veil, Sleeping With Sirens, PVRIS, State Champs, Real Friends and friends with this gallery of Ashley Osborn's photos.
Yep, it might only be March but with Takedown Festival now out of the way, the 2015 festy season is officially underway. That's how we measure it, anyway. Here's what you missed from Mallory Knox, The Blackout, Charlie Simpson, Fearless Vampire Killers, Arcane Roots and friends over the weekend in Southampton.
Better late than never, eh? Fightstar hit Brixton Academy for their rescheduled December headliner last night, and our Ben Gibson was there for these photos. Moose Blood also played. MOOSE BLOOD.
In the new issue of Rock Sound, we're looking forward to Slam Dunk Festival with our poster special. So if you want these lovely jubbly shots of You Me At Six, Crossfaith, Neck Deep, Lower Than Atlantis, Taking Back Sunday and Don Broco on your walls, you'll need to grab the mag! You can order a copy today (yes, we ship worldwide!) or pick it up from UK stores on Wednesday, March 04.