With UNFD turning ten in 2021, we look back at some of the highs & lows of their catalogue.
And now, the very belated second half to 2020 list you’ve all been waiting to see.
‘Killing With A Smile,’ ‘Wake The Dead,’ ‘Silent Alarm,’ ‘Vheissu,’ & more.
‘Fake History,’ ‘Danger Days,’ ‘White Crosses,’ Diamond Eyes,’ Long Live,’ ‘The Fire,&...
“Tony’s Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 really makes you FEEL like Tony Hawk.” – IGN, probably.
Reviews of the latest from Illyria, Bloom, Diamond Construct, Death Bells, Speed, Inhibitor, The Motion Below, & more.
2020, made more bearable thanks to Loathe, Phoebe Bridgers, Dance Gavin Dance, Shady Nasty, Code Orange, Enter Shikari, & more.
An analysis of the Doomer meme and the “doomerwave” music sub-genre.
For a long time, Soundwave Festival was the biggest event of the calendar year for Australian heavy music.
2004’s ‘Futures’ was & still is one of Jimmy Eat World’s most important & most impactful records.
The five artists that we’re really hanging out for at Download Festival 2020 in March!
Putting this thing together gave me a severe headache. Enjoy!
Against the grain. Against the odds.
Featuring Northlane, Sleep Token, Lingua Ignota, Tycho, aswekeepsearching, Gravemind, Norma Jean & more!
We list our favourite albums of 2019 because it’s just that time of the year again.
Ranking all of Taking Back Sunday seven albums, from ‘Tell All Your Friends’ up to ‘Tidal Wave’.
A countdown of my favourite 2019 releases that were dropped between January 1st & June 30th.
From 2006’s ‘Count Your Blessings’ up until 2019’s ‘Amo’.
A list of awesome Anberlin tunes that make us pumped for their upcoming live renaissance.
“I am attracted to the unknown: austere landscapes of distant worlds with looming artefacts as if from a nightmare.”
“The most important thing I learned is that you need to find something that people need but aren’t getting.”
Reside’s Liam Guinane walk us through the songwriting & lyrical heart of their new EP, ‘The Light That You Saw’.
August Burns Red’s Brent Rambler takes us back to ‘Constellations’.
World View takes us behind the lyrics & creation of their latest single, ‘1971’.