The danger surrounding being an acoustic singer-songwriter is simply falling into the similarity trap…
Canadian five-piece, Counterparts are practically metalcore royalty having made such a big splash in the scene. Advertisements
Surviving is the musical version of a self-help book, but one that actually works. Helping you release the bad vibes in your life and come out of it stronger and more confident.
Back in March, Awsten Knight announced that Waterparks’ third full-length album, that fans believed work on was well underway, had been binned.
There’s not a lot you can be certain of in the music industry but the fact that any new Lagwagon album will be as great as the last if not […]
Night Riots are not strangers to my ears.
The debut album from Utah five-piece Sunsleeper is an outstanding, heart-wrenching, reflection on change, loss and – in the words of vocalist and guitarist Jeffery Mudgett – “harder to swallow […]
To put this review in context, I first saw Bones playing back in December 2014.
Three years ago the then teenage members of Pretty Vicious were picked up and thrown headfirst into the music industry.
Back at the beginning of June 2016, I was at Boston Music Rooms in North London to photograph Broken Witt Rebels, a brilliant young rock/blues/soul band from Birmingham (the original […]
Edinburgh pop-punk band Woes are releasing their hotly anticipated debut album Awful Truth on June 28 via label UNFD.
Through Fire are a hard rock/alternative metal quartet, hailing from Nebraska, USA. They are set to release their next studio album All Animal on July 19 through Emphatic Records.
Epitaph Records signees Plague Vendor are here to destroy all stereotypes, and they want you to know all about it.
Formed in 2011, Seaway has become known for their own brand of pop punk, one that is fun and infectious, to say the least.
A band called The Maine are back with their sixth studio album, You Are OK and it’s every bit the amazing offering we were hoping for as a follow up […]
Indoor Pets have been around and releasing music since 2014 (when they were still Get Inuit) and have toured with the likes of Spring King, Ash and most recently Razorlight.