We interviewed the brilliant We Are Carnivores. Here’s the tame(ish) part. We talk Step Brothers, Dundee, and some pretty freaky animals…
From Red Bank, New Jersey, Monster Magnet are celebrating twenty-five years as one of the best known Psychedelic/Stoner progressive-rock bands around. The release of Milking the Stars – a re-imagining of Last Patrol (their tenth studio album) has been highly anticipated.
Interpol were trapped on their tour bus for over two days due to a massive snowstorm in Buffalo, New York and kept the world updated through live tweets. They announced their eventual rescue via Twitter.
Finally just started making a move. 50+ hours later. Hoping for some luck today.-DK pic.twitter.com/2cpeu1lxQn
— Interpol (@Interpol) November 20, 2014
Tonight at Koko London, Suicide Silence will be streaming their headline show live for fans all across the world for free.
Current fans are already aware of the band releasing an official app which gives you an insight to the deathcore band, with questions being answered and backstage glimpses, this live stream adds to the treat, by streaming the gig via the app. (more…)
Diabulus in Musica are a symphonic metal band from the very northern tip of Spain, and can probably be heard from the very south. With new album Argia released earlier this year, and being in the middle of a tour with symphonic metal legends Xandria, there’s no better time to find out all there is to know about their peculiarly charming orchestral wall of noise.
We spoke to vocalist Zuberoa Aznarez and keyboardist and guitarist Gorka Elso to find out more about the scale and origins of their sound, the metal scene in Spain, and of course what their music tastes like. Really.
A Day To Remember shows are all about having a good time. The Ocala-bred group famous for switching up pop-punk fun and metalcore adrenaline were ready to bring the Warped Tour-style party to the UK, and the opening Portsmouth Guildhall show was turning into one of the best of their career… Until disaster struck.
Considering they’ve been in the business for 15 years now, it came as no surprise when Rise Against raised the roof at Southampton’s O2 Guildhall with support from Pennywise and the newly-named Swimmers (previously Emily’s Army).
Kicking off with ‘Ready To Fall’, the crowd became a frenzy with one massive mosh pit breaking out in the middle. Throughout the night it contained consistent, dedicated movement of largely bearded men running at one another with swinging arms. It’s incredible how passionate and diverse these fans were – Rise Against are certainly cross-generational, and every single person shares the same love which lead singer Tim McIlrath touched upon when addressing the crowd as the ‘Rise Against family’. Regardless of whether you’re a new fan or you’ve stuck with Rise Against since the beginning, you were made to feel welcome, and the sense of belonging at their shows is quite difficult for many bands to replicate.