So many bands.
New album 'Hikari' is out now.
'Hikari' is coming.
Hit The Deck Festival hit Nottingham on Sunday, and our man Giles Smith was there to capture the mayhem. In the first instalment of a two-part gallery, check out the finest shots of Skindred, While She Sleeps, Cancer Bats and more.
And better, too!
In the new issue of Rock Sound, we tell you all about the 59 bands we think you need in your life right now. And as they're all fairly new faces, we asked them to give us THEIR tips on getting your band off the ground. We've already had them coaching you on social media, hitting the studio and even buying you first van, but this time it's all about managing money. You know the drill.
The latest issue of Rock Sound is stuffed with 59 bands we reckon you need in your life right now. This month, we're getting a bunch of them to give us their tips for getting your band off the ground. They've already spoke about how to handle social media and yesterday they offered up pearls of wisdom about hitting the studio for the first time. Now it's time for some tips on buying your first van!
RS198 is packed full of new bands (literally 59 of 'em, that's a lot of new music), and all month we're getting them to give YOU tips about getting your band off the ground. Last week we gave you their tips on social media; now it's time to get some pointers for hitting the studio for the first time.
Our latest mag is stuffed full of new bands (59 of 'em to be precise), and all this month, we'll be running a series of features where we get the lot of them to give you THEIR tips for getting your band off the ground First up: the big, bad world of social media.
We let the guys in Oceans Ate Alaska take over our Instagram account yesterday while they're on their Ashes To Ashes tour in Vienna. Here's what we learned.
The Birmingham moshers will be in Vienna and we'd like them to show us around.
'Lost Isles' isn't coming out until next Monday (February 23) but we've hooked up a stream of the whole damn thing a week early. Time to stomp.
If you're a fan of what we do here on the internet, you'll love what we do in our monthly magazine. It's cheap, too: if you subscribe you'll get five issues for only £5 (bargainous!), and this month all new subscribers will get a CD copy of Set It Off's 'Duality' absolutely free. Need some more convincing? Here's what else we stuff in those 100 pages.
In the latest edition of Rock Sound, we've stuffed our Exposure pages with another 10 new acts you need to know about. If you haven't got yourself a copy of issue 197 yet (naughty, naughty!) then here's a sneak peek at what's inside, including pop-rock jack-of-all-trades Emma Blackery, Aussie riff machines Storm The Sky, atmospheric Irish grungers The Winter Passing and the rest...
Rain? Check. Lightning? Check. Massive-ass leg stomps? Check, check and check.
The Birmingham progressive metalcore outfit are finally ready to dish out a full-length. Here's the skinny.