On Friday, September 26, one of the America's most controversial new metal acts played their first ever London show at Islington Academy. RS Deputy Editor David McLaughlin was on hand to witness the evening unfold.
It's the third and final day of Reading & Leeds! We're going out with a bang today: Gnarwolves, Marmozets, The Hives, Wovenwar, Don Broco, Issues, Architects and Of Mice & Men are all to come. Phew! Missed the rest of the weekend's action? Catch up on Friday and Saturday's rolling review pages.
Reading & Leeds day two is go! We're on site at Leeds all weekend and this page is your one-stop shop for all of the photos, videos, reviews and more from Saturday. Big day today: we've got Gerard Way, Deaf Havana, Mallory Knox, Twin Atlantic, Enter Shikari, Brody Dalle, Jimmy Eat World, Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore to come. Phew! Missed the Friday action? Catch up on Friday's review + rolling updates page.
Relive all of the Friday action at Reading & Leeds Festival with The Story So Far, Tonight Alive, Young Guns, Papa Roach, Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, A Day To Remember, You Me At Six, The Wonder Years, Every Time I Die and Blink-182!
Chris Motionless and Co. are carving their own path. But is 'Reincarnate' the resolute success it needs to be?
Have we mentioned that we like Moose Blood? We REALLY like Moose Blood.
Album number nine from Weezer has been a long time coming... but is it a classic or a dud?
Canada's most treasured pop queen returns with album number three. But how does it measure up to 'Siberia' or 'The Listening'?
Our mate Rob Lynch has had quite a year, and this week finally sees the release of his long-overdue debut album. These are our thoughts.
French hardcore mob Rise Of The Northstar soak up Japanese Manga influences on their new album 'Welcame'. But is it any good?
It's been too long since we've had a new album from Finch. But has the wait been worth it? Um...
From Indian Lakes have been quietly bubbling away for a few years. Now's their time to breakthrough.
It's reached Number One in the Official UK Charts and with good reason. Here's what we made of Royal Blood's cracking self-titled debut