Using an op-ed to respond to another article really is peak media in 2019.
So, you wanna save live music?
A brief discussion about conflicts of interest in the music industry.
Senses Fail are letting a new light find an old one in 2019 with a re-recording of their first EP.
A discussion on black metal, country music themes, history, nature, & Marxism.
The recent dramas surrounding Threatin & Bad Omens have given us endless laughs lately.
In most cases, it’s a no from me, dawg.
Let’s talk about Unify 2019, the lineup, gender issues, Michael Crafter, IKTPQ, online outrage, & the past.
Alex’s thoughts on As I Lay Dying, new single ‘My Own Grave’, & Tim Lambesis.
If Spotify isn’t careful, they could open up a “Pandora’s Box” with their new hate content & conduct policy.
Sanction is a band that you really need to be aware of in 2018.
One day, This Is Hardcore, one day…
Protest The Hero do not have a bad album in them, but 2008’s ‘Fortress’ was and still is the Canadain tech-prog maestros a...
The best Meshuggah record was and still is ‘ObZen’.
How to create the best kind of crowd engagement, by using Being As An Ocean, Stick To Your Guns, Cast Down & Hindsight as an example.
Suicide Silence rarely did themselves any favours in 2017.
The end to abuse of power and sexual assault starts with all of us. And it has to start today.
Sierra, a small but truly special band in the history of Australian heavy music.
The very best of Thursday, before their returning 2018 Australian tour rolls around.
The caution:thieves frontman shares his thoughts on Circa Survive’s latest LP, ‘The Amulet’.
‘Rise Or Die Trying’; just as good now as it was ten years ago.
Justice For The Damned are in a league of their own.
We find out if ‘Science Fiction’ is a worthy final record for Brand New…
From playing in a massive, venue-fitted German factory to playing to nobody but a crazed homeless guy in Manhattan, Direct Hit!’s Nic...