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Highlights from Bristol's Fat Lip Fest 2017, including Young Guns, Feed The Rhino and Devil Sold His Soul!
Tech Fest is Best Fest. Here's our review of 2017, day two: Friday!
Tech Fest is Best Fest. Here's our review of 2017, day one: Thursday!
Prophets Of Rage - featuring members of Rage Against The Machine, Cypress Hill and Public Enemeny - bring power to the people at their...
We took photos and did words at Periphery's recent European tour stop in London at the O2 Forum, with The Contortionist and Destrage.
Our take on day one of Desertfest 2017, taking in the likes of Vodun, Lowrider and Slo Burn!
We sent Will down to the second year of Leeds' own celebration of punk, crust and general disgustingness, Ritual Festival. Reports inside on Ihsahn,...
A sold out final date of face-melters Frontierer's debut tour at Camden's Black Heart goes off without a hitch.
An in-depth look at not one but two dates of The Dillinger Escape Plan's final UK tour in January 2017, hitting Rock City in...
One of two sold-out shows The Monolith attended on the same cold, January night: Meshuggah, with support from The Haunted.
Dance Gavin Dance vocalists present and past unite for a special night at Southampton's Engine Rooms.
Evenings of such consistent quality are rare, but with Gorguts at the head of the evening, it's hardly surprising. A report from their recent...
The weather's getting bleak, so Trap Them's even bleaker stint at the Boston Music Room was just the tonic for the long nights ahead.
Feed The Rhino tear the Boston Music Rooms a new one on the London stop of their recent tour.
Once again, Coheed and Cambria prove why they are one of the best live bands on the planet.
The envy-inducing Gojiria/TesseracT tour is currenty barreling across North America; we caught up with both in Houston.
The Fall of Troy and chums hit up The Asylum in Birmingham; some words on how it went down.
We spent a day with Tim Commerford's new jazz punk trio Wakrat in and around London, including a feisty performance at The Black Heart...
We somehow made our way into The Dillinger Escape Plan's tiny Reading/Leeds warmup show at The Old Blue Last. Here's how it went.
Tech Fest is Best Fest. Here's our review of 2016, day two: Friday.
Tech Fest is Best Fest. Here's our review of 2016, day one: Thursday.
When Sumac & Mamiffer - two stellar bands containing Isis legend Aaron Turner - rolled through Bristol, we couldn't really say no could we?
The Monolith's rundown of Camden Rocks 2016, including SikTh, Forever Never and Stoneghost!
Four fantastic headline-worthy performances from a prog scene in rude health, incuding Toska and Earthside.
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