‘The Nothing’ may not be KoRn at their most experimental and for older fans, it’s all very familiar. However, KoRn’s thirteenth studio effort is brimming with the psychotic angry energy that put the band on the map twenty-five years ago.
Folk Punk Is Just Emo With Trumpets. You Should totally listen to it. Here’s our beginners guide to this highly meme’d genre written by a young person who understands this sort of thing.
‘Tiny Changes’ is in some ways strange, transformed by circumstance from celebration of a great album to eulogy for Scott Hutchison’s work and the influence he had on his fellow musicians.
“It’s been a great honour, a pleasure and a magical journey to be here and play for you”. We sent our elder statesman to End Of The Road Festival to check out (among many others) Sub-Pop’s very own ‘Low’. Find out how it went inside…
Lana Del Rey is back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Norman ******* Rockwell’, but has the modern day Queen of romance and melancholy bought her ‘A’ game to the table? Find out inside…
Tool are back after fifteen years, with a brand new album in the shape of ‘Fear Inoculum’. Were we taken to a higher plain of existence, only accessible by fans of Tool, Rick & Morty and peanut butter, marmite and cheese sandwiches? No, not really. Find out why inside…
Is it smart to stand on the beach for hours on a cold, windy evening, right after recovering from pneumonia? Probably not. But is it worth it if it means seeing Keane perform again after their hiatus of nearly six years? No doubt about it
Whilst we wait for the review of/complete annihilation roasting of the latest Tool album, our resident Master Of Metal gave ‘We Are Not Your Kind’, the latest album from Slipknot, a thorough listening too.
If your choice of music is the sort that makes Glastonbury look like Top Of The Pops, than End Of The Road Festival is the place for you!
If you do nothing else today, why not take a few minutes to learn about one of the world’s most creative and adventurous DJ’s and Producers? Ladies and gentleman, we bring you Mr. Scruff!