With their raucous, explosive and provocative debut, Petrol Girls have arrived.
A rock album influenced by Simone De Beauvoir? Why not. On their new album, The Devil Wears Prada’s Mike Hranica explores his love of literature.
Of Mice & Men have been through a lotto get here, but with their new album ‘Cold World’ a triumph, and a UK run this month, it’s been worth the fight.
After nearly twenty years together, Every Time I Die are still one of the most vital bands in hardcore.
Think you know Taking Back Sunday? Think again.
Winston spills the beans a few moments after his Reading debut.
They’re having a bit of time off first, though.
Even if Simon Neil is wearing a coat.
The boys are back and on top.
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
“We’re Waterparks and we’re making promises we can’t keep,”
They flit from being grungy and sombre to melodic and massive.
We caught up with SWMRS post-Reading to chat the future.
Business with a capital B. And some exclaimation marks.
They make it look easy.
It’s a slightly calmer option to the noise all around. Slightly.
The night people make an early evening appearance.
Heavy enough to make up for the rest of the day.
Just business as usual then.
Ten for ten.
Headlining for the second time, this year Biffy Clyro know exactly what to expect.