Prognosis guitarist Phil Weller joins us for a chat about the bands latest single, what the future holds and the definitive prog metal album.
Shrapnel continue to blaze a trail with their thrash sound. We welcome the band to At The Barrier as they share their love of the music of Megadeth.
Manchester has always been a hotbed of great bands. We take a look at which bands to keep an eye on as Manchester continues to thrive.
The 9th LP from Trivium could easily be their best work to date. A coming of age; the delivery of a clinical and contemporary metal masterpiece?
Progressively tinted Dutch dark rock from Dool that finds colour in the shadows.
Bay Area thrash legends Testament return with an album that fearlessly barrages with suitably titanic grit, unleashing a record that belies everything the band does best in devastating fashion.
Malevolence are gearing up to release The Other Side EP on 24th April. Here, they share their love of fellow hardcore heroes, Hatebreed.
Guardians by August Burns Red is easily one of the most anticipated metal records of this year. Anything but perfection here would be a disaster. Handily perfection is what we get.
Beggar are set to release their new album, Compelled To Repeat, on 3rd April via APF Records. Here, the band discuss their love of Swedish experimental / extreme metal act, Meshuggah.
Bonded are a band born of members of many great bands. A collective group of veterans releasing their debut record together; Rest In Violence.
InMe are ready to release their new album. In the run up to the album coming out, Gazz Marlow took some time to write about his love of Biffy Clyro.
The Cardinal knows how to ramp up the crowd as Ghost bring their stunning show to a town that’s done their share in supporting the rise of the Swedish mask-wearing pop-rockers.
Norwegian power trio, Astrosaur, share their love of the ever powerful Mastodon.
Phil Weller of Manchester prog metal band Prognosis, shares his thoughts on bands that have polarised fans opinions with their varied output.
Get ready for the Swedish invasion! Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy and Hypocrisy hit UK shores at the end of November.