Sonisphere kicks off tomorrow. Struggling to get in the mood? Here’s some stuff that we’re excited to see this weekend, and some ludicrously wild speculation.
Reading metallers five-piece Malefice have been quiet for a while. The good news is they're a) playing Sonisphere this weekend b) there's a new EP coming soon (details TBC) and c) We've got a FREE DOWNLOAD of one track taken from it. Come get yours.
A multi-million selling, era-defining behemoth, Limp Bizkit's third album brought nu metal to its commercial peak. Ahead of their performance at Sonsiphere this weekend, we look back at the remarkable story of 'Chocolate Starfish...'
Transforming them from Finnish pariahs to one of the most popular rock bands on the planet, ‘Love Metal’ was the record that would define HIM. Eleven years on and ahead of their Sonisphere appearance next weekend, we give you the inside story.
'Love Metal' was inducted into the Rock Sound Hall Of Fame in issue 174.
Hundred Reasons will return for (probably) the last time next month as they perform their debut album 'Ideas Above Our Station' in full at Sonisphere. For the first time online, read out Hall Of Feature on one of the most important UK rock albums of the last decade.
Last night, the news every 20-something red-blooded rock fan in the country has been waiting for was finally confirmed: Hundred Reasons will be playing their defining 'Ideas Above Our Station' album IN FULL at this year's Sonisphere festival.
Festival headliners talk new music and feeling creative!
Come Sunday, Liam Cormier will be stagediving...a lot!
A Rock Sound conversation with Gallows when they were just five scummy kids from Watford.
Gary Numan interviews March Of The Raptors, who interview Deaf Havana, who interview Turisas, and so on. It’s easier for us if we get bands to ask each other questions, y’see…
We all know Rammstein are going to be somewhere near ‘ludicrous’, but what about the other delights hidden further down the bill?
A Spotify playlist, a bunch of live videos and the bands you can’t miss on the first day of Sonisphere - this is teeming with win.
Who to see and when to see them with Rock Sound’s guide to the Summer Festival circuit!
Madina Lake have been dropped by Roadrunner Records but the band tell Rock Sound their future is brighter than ever!
Rock Sound talks festivals in a new interview Sonisphere organiser Stuart Galbraith .