Band changes name, band gets great. Really great.
Belgium's Groezrock Festival happened last weekend. We went, we watched some bands, we learned some things.
Bird-zarre? We just don't know any more.
Ever worked a job you hated?
What with Wrestlemania happening tonight and Download Festival grappling with a wrestling theme this year,
it seemed like a perfect time we had nothing better to do than to ponder which bands could hold their own in the ring.
Two weeks ago, Australia's Soundwave Festival was kicking off in Melbourne. The line-up looked great (like, really great), so we headed Down Under to see what's what...
2014 Laid Bare: Deryck Whibley, Tim Lambesis, Slam Dunk and Suicide Silence Hit The Headlines In May
Festival season really kicked in as May rolled around. Elsewhere, some big names tried some new things and a couple of more sombre stories broke, too...
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In the new issue of Rock Sound, Sleeping With Sirens' Kellin Quinn updates us direct from the studio. Here's what he we've been told to expect from album number four...
In less than 24 hours, the gates will swing open at Reading & Leeds and the biggest rock festivals of the summer will be underway. These are our predictions for the weekend (with some ludicrous suggestions thrown in for good measure, natch).
Finch are officially a band again. Not only that, they're headlining Hevy Fest this Friday, and their long-awaited third album 'Back To Oblivion' is coming out this September. Rock Sound scribe Rob Sayce caught up with the band's frontman Nate Barcalow to talk about the past, the present, and - if there is one - the future...
Jimmy Eat World were a band liberated as the year 2000 rolled in. For the first time online, read the full story of 'Bleed American' in their own words.
It's been a big release week for them, but does it still suck to be in Four Year Strong? Errr NOPE. Here's why.
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.
A HUGE Reading & Leeds announcement dropped earlier today, and with it the full line-up for Dan P Carter’s The Pit stage. We caught up with DPC a while back to talk about the fests, and what it’s like to have the power to pick your own stage....