Chester Bennington believes the band has been responsible for the continuing popularity of the genre
Author Oli Polhill
Lonely The Brave’s new single is an unfortunate and surprising step in the wrong direction.
AC/DC’s first international studio album, High Voltage, was released 40 years ago today on 30th April 1976.
A representative run-down of all things spooky for those new to the thrilling mysteries of Gothic fiction.
Our writers offer their thoughts on the upcoming Star Wars anthology film, starring Felicity Jones.
Masked fringe metal septet Mushroomhead will take to the Engine Rooms stage in early April (01/04/16).
Our writers have come together to discuss their thoughts on the latest Civil War trailer, as well as the long-awaited arrival of Tom Holland’s Spiderman.
Australian experimental rock group Hands Like Houses have released their third full-length album to thunderous applause from Oli Polhill.
Executive Live Editor Oli Polhill pays tribute to the life and work of Umberto Eco, one of Europe’s finest literary minds of the 20th century.
DVSR’s full-length debut album mixes acute technicality with shuddering heaviness and masterful vocals, dragging the listener kicking and screaming into 21st century fusion metal.
With it’s migration from Portswood to The Polygon looming, Live Executive Oli hones in on what makes the Talking Heads such an enjoyable place to view live music.
Paradiso is one of the leading music venues in Amsterdam’s tourist centre, with a colourful history that gives it a firm foothold in the city’s alternative music scene.