For twenty-five years, Jonathan Davis, lead singer of KoRn has been a polarising figure in the metal community. Today, we bring you his brand new solo album, the operatic, gothic beauty of Black Labyrinth.
On this day in 1956, the first ever Eurovision Song Contest was held in Lugano, Switzerland, a creation of Marcel Baisoncon of the European Broadcasting Union. At In Key Magazine, the team tore itself in half deciding what would be our favourite Eurovision entry of all time. See what we picked inside…
When an album is described as a unique songwriting voice, occupying a clear place in the ongoing history of rock ‘n’ roll music, you know it’s got to be good right? Check out our review of ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’, the new album from Courtney Barnett, to find out more…
Where on earth have the last thirteen years gone? Surely it can’t have been that long since Gorillaz released their smash-hit album ‘Demon Days’ can it? We’re afraid so, so let’s celebrate!
Just how important is it for an artist to throw caution to the wind and allow their creative vision to be free, rather than following expectation? Well, we had a little ponder and this is what we came up…
Today, we celebrate the legend that is (among many other credits to his name) Elton John’s songwriting partner Bernie Taupin, who turns sixty-eight today, with the drunken-Uncle-singing-at-a-wedding-and-embarrassing-your-Aunt-and-Cousins-much-to-the-amusement-of-everyone-else-present classic ‘Bennie And The Jets’!
Do you know what musical genre shows love and compassion towards your fellow man? Death Metal. Check out how we rated ‘Titan’, the brutal new album from Nocturnal Graves, right here.
What better a way than to kick off your Monday with some classic Hendrix excellence in the form of this stunning live cut from 1968?
Here at In Key Magazine, we bring you our definitive short guide to the legend, taken from this world to soon, that is Mr. David Bowie.
In Key Magazine turns one week old today and so, there was only ever going to be one tune we could choose as our Track Of The Day wasn’t there? Good old Craig David!