Swanny and Chris from Monuments face Simon's questions at Tech Fest 2014!
Simon runs the rule over the August edition of The Facemelter at Camden's Black Heart
"He's a great musician, so I'm really glad for that and that association with him. Especially for a policeman - I'm not generally keen!"
Win a copy of the gorgeous new Eras Lost vinyl from Minnesotan post-metal band Earthrise.
"I was cycling down the busy main, high street, and someone called my name, or at least I thought they did, and I looked...
Check out the artier new song "Dreams Of Inertia" from Code Orange, from the forthcoming album I Am King.
Paul Ortiz - AKA Chimp Spanner, AKA the nicest man in metal - faces The Monolith's questions at Tech Fest 2014
"It's taken (hed)p.e. longer than the entire careers of the majority of bands to do it, but with Evolution they finally seem to have...
Paul from The Ocean faces our fiendish questions at Tech Fest 2014!
"Ghost Bath’s debut is a powerful and haunting take; one that makes new roads while acknowledging the old ones. Whilst some tracks are almost...
We chatted to Federico Paulovich of Destrage at Tech Fest 2014 about fighting, football and helicoptering his penis...
"It is hard to imagine the band that created Ghost Reveries has so dramatically changed into the one we see before us now...but while...
Chicagoans Alaya face The Monolith firing squad at Tech Fest 2014
Finch announce their return with artwork for forthcoming third album Back To Oblivion and new track "Two Guns To The Temple"
Post-metallers The Matador have set a release date for Destroyer, the long awaited follow up to 2011's Descent Into The Maelstrom.
Listen to the EXCLUSIVE stream of Stimpy Lockjaw's debut record, featuring members of Ever Forthright!
Devil Sold His Soul have announced their forthcoming EP Belong ╪ Betray - the first record with new vocalist Paul Green.
Coverage of Tech Fest 2014's Sunday line-up, including headliners The Safety Fire, The Ocean and SikTh!
Austinites Balmorhea's new track "Heir I" is a stunning return, and you should listen to it right now.
Josh Scogin's latest project '68 tears The Cricketers in Kingston a new one, with help from Palm Reader, In Archives and Death Rattles.
"The simple fact that The Hell are such a divisive proposition underscores how successfully they lampoon the genre. Their stripped back, no-nonsense, zero subtlety...
Check out the tasty new track from Peterborough's Visions called "Korma". That's right; "Korma". Like the curry.
"Karg is a mixed bag of an album. There are problems here with generic riffs and mediocre song writing, but they pull enough good...
Take a listen to Chronographs' fifth monthly single "D.O.T.S." - it's techy, man
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