The band were set to play their comeback shows at Slam Dunk this weekend.
New year, new me, same albums on repeat.
Tay Jardine joined us on the Rock Sound Podcast to discuss the secret history of how the band came to be, how she needed her time away from music and staying respectful to her roots.
What's the year again?
Spoiler: It's great.
We have no idea what is going on here.
So that's what they were up to...
A week on from Reading Festival, here's what's been bringing joy back into our lives...
Here's everything you missed this week.
Here's some clarification.
Here's all the fun internet stuff you may have missed this week.
Lots of newsworthy things have happened over the last month or so. You won't find many of them here.
Lots of nonsense happened on the internet over the past seven days. Here are the bits that made us laugh.
Things have happened this week. Important things. Danny Worsnop quit Asking Alexandria, for a start. So to lighten the mood a little, here are all of the little things that made us laugh over the last seven days.
Anyone who says bands don't work hard needs to take a look at this...
May was a BIG month: there was Slam Dunk Festival, there was Groezrock, Twin Atlantic played in a pub and we got to hang out with the Lovely Man that is Brendon Urie. Like we said: BIG MONTH!
Things have happened this week. Our new magazine went on sale (this was a good thing). The Blackout announced that they're splitting up (this was a bad thing). Here's all of the stuff that made us happier than that in the last seven days.
Skrillex dropped a surprise album, Architects brought metal home (and then some), Fall Out Boy saved rock 'n' roll, and Machine Head's Robb Flynn let off some stream. March, you were crazy!
Our 2014 Year In Review issue SPECTACULAR is in UK stores now. Here's a bunch of reasons you should head down to your local newsagent / supermarket and grab the issue.