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We are committed to supporting bands of all sizes, from our stadium headlining favourites, to the newest freshest talent on the scene today. We love new music and hope you will love our dedication to giving you the very best in all things Rock, Metal & every subgenre you can think of - if it's good we'll feature it!  Bringing you news, reviews & interviews, we promise to always deliver 100% unique and hand-crafted content. 

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Dream Theater - The Astonishing

There is something to be said about the enduring legacy of Dream Theater. In a day and age when bands and scenes come and go and music is seen as being as disposable as fast food, it is somewhat commendable that have continued to forge on and create music that is both challenging and completely unfiltered.

Volbeat - Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie

Some bands will forever be criminally underrated. InMe have put out top quality time after time but never seemed to hit the big time, Hang The Bastard are calling it a day before they had chance to and Volbeat.

Slam Dunk Festival 2016 Preview

Slam Dunk is now firmly established as one of the leading festivals in the UK. Taking in 3 sites across the country, one of which has moved to the NEC campus, it is easily the most accessible for English festival goers nationwide.

Megadeth - Dystopia

Make no mistake, the 2016 edition of Megadeth is a much changed beast.

Five New Bands Added To Download Festival 2016 (Plus Babymetal Also Join The Party)

We thought there might be one or two more announcements from the Download Festival team before the time came to hit the road to Donington and low and behold - we have some more bands to look forward to.

Making Monsters - Bad Blood

Even after over 15 years of listening to rock, metal and all it's petty subgenres, it still takes a lot for a female fronted band to appeal to me. No matter how hard they rock, I often find that even the best of front women can feel like pop singers with a band behind them and that’s before you get to Paramore and t