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Interview: Death Angel

Death Angel guitarist Rob Cavestany talks all about the band's new album, The Evil Divide, touring with Slayer and Anthrax, and his teenage years in 1980s San Francisco.

Interview: Max Jury

Max Jury is your new favourite 'classic' singer-songwriter.

Nick Menza's shocking death stopped a stunning metal supergroup

Death Angel guitarist Rob Cavestany remembers fallen Megadeth drummer Nick Menza and reveals that the two were planning to form a supergroup just months before his death.

Interview: Phil Sgrosso

Wovenwar and ex-As I Lay Dying guitarist Phil Sgrosso talks all about his new Poison Headache project and the progress on Wovenwar's second album.

Album Review: Band of Skulls - By Default

Band of Skulls latest is a departure for the band, but that doesn't mean less of an impact.

Strawberries & Creem festival sees grads bring grime to Cambridge

Grime-loving Cambridge graduates are bringing life to the sleepy city.

Live Review: Catfish and the Bottlemen @ New Slang Kingston

Catfish and the Bottlemen brought a live show worthy of the hype to New Slang in Kingston.

Album review: Rival Sons - Hollow Bones

The fifth album by blues rockers Rival Sons proves to be the best of their young career.

Interview: Gilligan Moss

Gilligan Moss, is the hottest new electronic producer, that's actually a duo...confused? Read on..

Fresher Sounds - 23/05/2016

Some new tunes to help power through exam season...

Short documentary showcases the art of rhyming in rap music

Vox have put out a documentary detailing the evolution of rap music, analysing raps from some of hip hop’s most prolific word-smiths.

Live review: Mi Amigo and Transviolet @ Boston Music Room, London 18/05/2016

Tufnell Park’s Boston Music Room hosted a mid-week party with two emerging bands, both newly born and revolutionary, in one way or another.

Album review: Lacuna Coil - Delirium

Lacuna Coil's eighth album is make-or-break after the band's recent, mixed history.

Album review: Jim Breüer and the Loud & Rowdy - Songs from the Garage

Stand-up comedian Jim Breuer takes his love of metal from the stage to the disc in his debut album.

Interview: Meadowlark

Bristol duo Meadowlark have found their defining sound to take to this year's festival circuit.

Interview: Everything Everything

Political themes, struggles with mental health and bizarre Russian tour experiences - there's more to Everything, Everything than their joyous sound suggests.

Album review: Josh Middleton Project - Hollowed-Out Planetoid

The debut solo album by Sylosis shredder Josh Middleton is an instrumental blast from start to finish.

This is the music you should be listening to if you want to pass your exams

Listen to this playlist if you want your hours of revision to have an effect.

Ankit Love has released a new rap video to celebrate his election result and it’s as mad as you’d expect!

The 'revolutionary' London Mayor candidate, Ankit Love, has a new rap video, and it's bizarre.

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