“It is great that a band I supported through thick and thin and argued their musical credibility are on the rise. Just don’t forget those older fans”
The divisive metalcore group return to form in incendiary style
Five efforts from our Eastern European comrades, straight from our man in the field
Fall Out Boy become the latest band to join in the reunion fever, James Birtles investigates their motives
With the hype of a Vans Warped Tour date being so high, the tickets, on sale now, are bound to be like gold dust.
Widely recognised and the most influential punk album of all time.
Those who prefer the older Enter Shikari and dislike political lyrics may be left disappointed.
Pointy-nose, furry creatures return with their very own recycled rubbish.
James Birtles considers the reasons behind the split of the emo giants
The Stones closed out the Sixties with one of their strongest efforts – James Birtles investigates why Let It Bleed occupies such a vital place in rock history
Thirty years on, Metallica’s incendiary debut continues to occupy a crucial place in metal history
Interscope records; 2012
Marvin Gaye is more than ‘Sexual Healing’ and ‘Let’s Get It On’, as this classic album demonstrates.
Helped to prove that Hendrix, while an amazing songwriter, was simply a genius.
Skrillex may have been dubbed the most hated man in dubstep, but there are nearly 2000 people in Manchester alone who’d disagree following this performance.
James Birtles talks to Staind frontman, Aaron Lewis, about the new album, fans and Staind’s greatest career moment.