Five years after their introduction on the epic, enormously ambitious ‘Wretched And Divine…’ The Wild Ones return on Black Veil Brides’ equally cinematic new record.
Check out our verdict on the band's 4th album!
Avant-garde metal firebrands Avatar are back with their seventh album, ‘Avatar Country’.
Scotland is producing some great bands at the moment, and this EP from Divide suggests that they could be amongst them.
Though the UK scene is bursting at the seams with pop-punk up-and-comers, Swansea’s Seven Stories High still deserve your attention.
With their sequel to this summer’s ‘Be Nice’, Milk Teeth offer us another look at their evolution – bringing plenty of bangers along too, of course.
Returning with their third album, Backtrack continue to serve up pure, unadulterated hardcore carnage.
Like Moths To Flames have made a name for themselves banging out solid, breakdown-fuelled metalcore, straight from the Warped Tour playbook.
You know what? Australian music is on a proper hot streak at the minute.
27 years into their career, there still isn’t another band close to matching Converge when it comes to creating art that’s so visceral, punishing and compelling.
Following the result of last year’s U.S. election, it’s no surprise that Anti-Flag have plenty to say.
Whisper it, but there’s been a subtle change sweeping through the pop-punk landscape of late.
“You’re never gonna get the girl / You’re never gonna change the world.”
Following up the scrappy but nevertheless enjoyable ‘Backbone’, ROAM have some meat on their bones this time around.
My Chemical Romance stan? Can’t get enough of Falling In Reverse? Well, you’ve just found your new favourite band of misfits.
For this third full-length, Michigan’s Citizen have thrown the doors of their identity wide open.
Seeing how they’re one of the most innovative and technically crushing bands in modern metalcore, a new August Burns Red album is always something to be relished.
There comes a time in pretty much every band’s career when they have to make the decision.
Frank Iero is back, and in a loud way.
Sometimes bands come along, attach themselves to everyone’s stereos after one listen and won’t let go.