Hellions are flying the flag for being yourself.
The band’s new album sees them head in a slightly different direction.
This New York bunch will soon become your new favourite band.
￼After a decade at the coal face of the uk underground scene, Johnny Foreigner are still brilliant.
Cynical about another return of Blink-182? Don’t be. ‘California’ sees the trio excited for the future.
Good Charlotte are back, with their… third best album? Joel Madden ponders where the band sit in 2016.
For their debut album, Paws teamed up with one of their heroes.
Beartooth have reached a tipping point: things could either really take off, or really flop, says frontman Caleb Shomo.
They’ve been at the top of the British rock scene for fifteen years, but now FFAF are calling it a day.
Meet Run For Cover Records, home to many of your favourite bands.
The Wonder Years are here to make you think. Or not. Whatever makes you happy.
katie ellen is the new project from former Chumped members Anika Pyle and Dan Frelly.
Cult favourites Johnny Foreigner are hard at work on album number five – their most intensive project yet, says frontman Alexei Berrow.
Hassle Records-signees Cheap Meat introduce themselves.
Boston Manor are joining the ‘great British bands’ club, with a debut that’ll knock your socks off.
The Architects boys are making a statement with their new record – but it might not be what you think…
Max Raptor are flying the flag for getting off your bum and actually doing something.
Illinois five-piece Real Friends are cooking up their second album.
The frontman tells all about the band’s new album in the April issue of Upset, out tomorrow.