Here's who will be heading to Upcote Farm in July.
This will be special.
And there's a new EP on the way, too!
It's called 'Mittens'. Awww.
Let's get ready to rumble.
The Wembley-headlining, Olympic Opening Ceremony-playing chap is back.
Yeah, everyone gets socks for Christmas. And usually, they're just plain rubbish. But this year, thanks to a company called Cuipo, that could all change.
Festival season 2015 is already shaping up nicely. But you'll have to jet to Germany for these two monsters!
Möngöl Hörde will headline the Lock Up Stage on Friday in Leeds and Sunday at Reading festival this year. Will it be as chaotic as their 2012 debut? All signs point to yes...
Between Foo Fighters sending the internet on a game of cat-and-mouse, New Found Glory announcing their return and Neck Deep hitting the cover of Rock Sound, it's been a big week for actual news. Here's some of the other stuff you might have missed.
Right then. Sonisphere Festival day two: let's do this. Iron Maiden, BABYMETAL, Frank Turner, Deftones, Slayer and a load more awesome bands? It's all right here!
Having wowed over a few metalheads last weekend at Sonisphere, Frank Turner's never-ending tour continues as he announces another string of headline dates for the autumn.
Ahh, Sonisphere 2014. You were a beautiful weekend. These were your best bits, featuring Metallica, Limp Bizkit, Babymetal, Slayer, The Bronx and many more. All photos shot by Ben Gibson and Giles Smith for Rock Sound.
Frank Turner on the Sonisphere Main Stage is a thing that happened. What's more, it's a brilliant thing that happened. Read our verdict on FT's set on our live blog of Saturday at Sonisphere.
Right then. Sonisphere Festival day two: let's do this. Iron Maiden, BABYMETAL, Frank Turner, Deftones, Slayer and a load more awesome bands? They'll all be appearing on this page over the course of the day. Sweet.
Before you go anywhere though, you'll need stage times: Saturday | Sunday
They dropped a surprise album last month, then they hit the road; Here's what Möngöl Hörde's attack on Nottingham Rock City looked like. All shots by Carla Mundy.
Take one Frank Turner song, a load of plasticine and a hell of a lot of patience. What do you get?
The man, the legend - on stage and behind-the-scenes at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena. All shot by Carla Mundy.