Download Festival makes its full return after 2021’s Pilot event with a stacked bill that featured the biggest and best in hard rock and metal.
Def Leppard – you know what they do and they won’t disappoint the faithful again on Diamond Star Halos.
Dirty Honey split a batch of sleazy Rawk and Roll across an EP and LP.
Shaman’s Harvest return with a brooding new set that proves a triumph over adversity.
Wanna whole lotta love? Beth Hart does Led Zeppelin – gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove.
Slash and his cronies get all spontaneous on album #4
Saxon finally celebrate their 40th Anniversary – aided and abetted by Uriah Heep, Girlschool and Diamond Head.
We’re dancin’ on a Friday night with The Darkness and Massive Wagons at Manchester Academy.
The 2007 album from The Cult, expanded with a disc of bonus material. Astbury and Duffy, friends briefly reunited.
Eclipse deliver the goods (again) in the tired and trusted way with their eighth album showcasing their powerful Melodic Hard Rock.
The big day arrives. A new album from Wayward Sons to have fun with.
They’re back! There aren’t many finer sights than Massive Wagons in full flow especially after the enforced lay off.
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.
I’m A Freak baby (vol 3) takes ‘A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene (1968-1973)’
Edenthorn release their latest new single – The Noise In My Head is out on 18th June.