Grey Daze have just announced details of their upcoming album 'Amends'. For those of you who may not know Grey Daze are Chester Bennington's pre-Linkin Park band and it may not surprise you to hear that they are really really good. The full-length features newly-recorded music as well as re-mastered vocals from the band’s discography, and will be released on April via Loma Vista Recordings.
“As a teenager, when these recordings were done, he had t...
If you where to cast your mind back to this year’s Download Festival you might remember things being a little...moist. However, the legendary festival have just announced their first wave of bands for 2020 and it’s certainly enough to blast anyway any potential dark clouds.
Returning to headline the world’s most esteemed celebration of heavy music once more are Iron Maiden, with their performance set to be one of only two U...
As the frontman of one of the most iconic metal bands of the past thirty years, with one of the most recognisable voices in the industry, one may initially be sceptical of a Jonathan Davis solo album, wondering how exactly it may differ from a Koяn release even as he gazes up to the sky on the beautiful album artwork, resembling some kind of dreadlocked Jesus.
The opening track 'Underneath My Skin' though manages to immediately make a listener th...
HIM call it quits and announce final farewell tour! Full story here.
Jun. 14 - Spain Barcelona Razzmatazz
Jun. 15 - Spain Madrid La Riviera
Jun. 16 - Spain Santander Sala Escenrio
Jun. 17 - Portugal Porto Hard Club
Jul. 01 - Finland Helsinki Tuska Festival
Jul. 13 - Finland Tuuri Miljoonarock
Nov. 24 - Russia St Petersburg Dk Lensoveta
Nov. 25 - Russia St Petersburg Dk Lensoveta
Nov. 26 - Russia Moscow Club Stadium Live
Nov. 28 - Poland Warsaw S...
The 59th Grammy Awards took place last Sunday and if you’re a metal fan, the evening didn’t disappoint. Baroness, Gojria and Periphery were all nominated alongside heavyweights Megadeth and Korn for ‘Best Metal Performance’. Though always underrepresented by the mainstream, to see such respectable acts picked might be a changing sign of the times. Considering Gojira are also nominated for ‘Best Rock Album’, it’s refreshing to see some recognition...
The ever aging nu-metal scene was set to be resurrected on a brutally bitter Nottingham evening, with the founding fathers on the scene coming together. However, 2016 felt a long way off, with fans both old and young sporting the classic snapbacks and pocket chains. This resurgence of the oh so familiar angst, along with punchy verses and heavy breakdowns is what brings the nu-metal veterans to Notts this evening.
A refreshingly familiar trip around Nu-Metallville, Korn’s latest opus is a strong and firm reminder that while the late-nineties have disappeared, an appreciation for the veteran band’s unique concoction of loose-stringed riffs and introspective madness has not. From single and standout track “Insane” to “Rotting In Vain”, Korn’s trademark sonic signature hasn’t lost any of its dexterity or impact.