A few months back, we shoved Ohio noisemakers Beartooth into a room with five of their biggest fans. All hell broke loose. To read the full feature, you need to pick up our latest mag, but here's a look behind the scenes...
You Me At Six hit Cardiff last night for the first of their co-headline ARENA dates with All Time Low. Our man Giles Smith was there to capture just how amazing it all looked.
Alex, Jack, Rian and Zack kicked off their arena tour with their brothers You Me At Six at Cardiff Arena last night, and snapper Tom Falcone was there to witness it all.
In case you haven't noticed everyone who misses the early '00s celebrating for the last couple of months: The Movielife are back. They kicked off their reunion with two nights at New York's Irving Plaza over the weekend, and our man Taso Hountas was there to capture the madness.
Neck Deep, Knuckle Puck, Seaway And Trophy Eyes battled it out at London's Electric Ballroom last night for the Intercontinental Championships title. Here's a look at the chaos, courtesy of our Ben Gibson.
Rap-metal, orchestral pop and metalcore in one package? Yep, that happened and Ben Gibson was on hand for the Photos.
They still can't quite make it to the UK, so yesterday we hopped over the channel to have some serious hangouts with Falling In Reverse and our newest coverstar Ronnie Radke. Mark Forrer was on hand for these photos.
On Friday night, Surrey rock megadons You Me At Six returned home for a very intimate show at Guildford's Boileroom. It was all a part of Independent Venue Week, which was set up to celebrate small venues around the UK and the people that run them. Sophie Garrett was on hand in the madness for these photos.
In RS197, we've shoved a load of classic photos of our favourite bands in the middle pages so you can stick them up on your walls. Have a flick through our gallery to see who's included. Spoiler: It's Paramore, Bring Me The Horizon, Fall Out Boy, Enter Shikari, Sum 41, All Time Low, Asking Alexandria and Panic! At The Disco. LOOK AT 'EM!
It's been a good three years since Canadian synth pop queen Lights last hit the UK, and last night London welcomed her back with open arms. K.Flay was there (don't sleep on K.Flay, she's also ace), Beau Bokan was there (sup, Beau!), and our Ben Gibson was there for these photos. A Lovely Time was had by all.
Angular rock types Arcane Roots have been buried away in the studio with producer Chris Coulter for the last week or so working on a soon-to-be-announced project. We can't tell you what it is just yet (hell, we don't even really know) but here's how they've been getting on.
All photos by the wonderful Carla Mundy.
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.