Korn may be onto their twelfth record, but for this one they started from scratch, seeing them return as a band renewed.
Jimmy Eat World are one of the most consistent bands in rock, hands down – and this month they return with their ninth album.
You Me At Six are a band who love making rock music, love playing live, and love connecting with fans. After a lengthy stint away, it’s good to have them back.
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.
With their debut album about landing in the UK, PWR BTTM are already looking ahead to their next.
Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley is lucky to be alive. Against all the odds, his band are back fighting fit with a new album in tow.
Joyce Manor had to learn a few new tricks for album number four.
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.
Plus PWR BTTM, Sum 41, You Me At Six and loads, loads more. It’s out this Friday.
‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ is coming March 2017.
The band has been an ever-present force in 2016 but they’re still finding ways to excite and enchant.
“We’re massive indie boys” is probably not something you’d expect to hear from God Damn, and yet…
It was pretty damn special, too.
After nearly twenty years together, Every Time I Die are still one of the most vital bands in hardcore.
Beach Slang have had their ups and downs, but with a new album influenced by Britpop, what else would you expect?
The past few years haven’t been the easiest for Young Guns, but with new album ‘Echoes’ they come out swinging.
Touché Amoré return with new album ‘Stage Four’, one that’s especially poignant – and possibly their best yet.
Think you know Taking Back Sunday? Think again.
Taking their cues from the likes of Weezer and Sleater-Kinney, Doe have all the trappings of a new favourite band.
Breezy indie-pop with serious undertones: Zac Farro’s new Halfnoise album is here to brighten your autumn.
One of the most enduring and important voices in punk is back with ‘Shape Shift With Me’. Listen up, with Against Me!, it’s always one hell of a ride.