They’re back! There aren’t many finer sights than Massive Wagons in full flow especially after the enforced lay off.
Pilgrimage Of The Soul, the eleventh album from Mono, is a perfect exercise in restful and powerful moods.
Steve Hackett punctuates his ongoing Genesis based live shows with another class solo work.
Blossoms wrap up their current tour with as close a homecoming show as you can get.
Carcass have returned with Torn Arteries. We were lucky enough to catch up with guitarist Bill Steer to talk about the new album, and much more.
We caught up with Charlotte Wessels to talk about her new compilation, Patreon, inspirations outside of metal and the chances of playing Delain songs again.
Carcass return with the follow up to Surgical Steel. Torn Arteries is another blood soaked album of gore infused melodic death metal.
Hamish Hawk releases an incredible new album, that marks the emergence of a supremely gifted musician, singer and writer.
Country contrarians from the Catskills, the Felice Brothers, keep ’em coming, still like nothing or nobody else out there. Like that’s a good thing, and, unmistakably, it is.
Timeless, feelgood music from The Bean Pickers Union that embraces, with rapture, as many styles of American country infused rock as you can shake a leg at. And probably will.
News of the lengthy Steve Hackett British Tour which kicked off a few days ago.
Spiers & Boden return with a set of scrubbed up traditional songs with a joyous edge.
The fifth Inglorious album bucks the trend and delivers a set of songs as a tribute to various outstanding female musicians who’ve inspired the band.
Charlotte Wessels steps out on her own after 15 years in Delain. Tales From Six Feet Under documents her output as she released a song a month over 2020/21.
Back at the start of 2021, we were prompted to tag Megan Dixon Hood as ‘One To Watch’. She’s proving an inspired choice as she readies a debut album for 2022 with a new single, Third Lung.