We count down the 50 best metal bands to ever have troubled polite society, as chosen by you
Lindemann’s compelling new album covers all sorts of dark matter. But from the main brains behind Rammstein and Hypocrisy, you shouldn't be surprised
As Higher Power release their new album 27 Miles Underwater, we get to know the band ripping up hardcore's rulebook and making a racket as they go
Sharon den Adel and Amy Lee are two of 21st-century metal’s most iconic figureheads. As Within Temptation and Evanescence prepare to join forces, we brought their leaders together for a world-first interview about their careers
As 2020 kicks into gear, we give you a run-down of the essential bands you need to acquaint yourselves with this year
Babymetal's new album Metal Galaxy deftly proves that the band's whole existence is one massive curveball
1994 was the year when metal came of age, bands twisting heavy music into new forms that would echo through the ages. We take a look back at the year's essential releases
Unfinished or abandoned, these are the records from some of metals' biggest names that remain lost in time
When Caleb Shomo’s demons returned, he confronted them by travelling, leaving the comfort of his Ohio basement for a life-changing journey. The result is scathing new Beartooth record Disease
Sometimes, the only way to find solace in humanity’s horrors is to channel them into the a pummelling, death-tinged racket. Say hello to Taken By The Tide...
Exclusive The Amity Affliction are throwing caution to the wind for album six – and it could cost them everything
How did Groundculture – an unknown band from Newcastle – end up landing their first gig supporting Every Time I Die?!
The ever-excitable Benji Webbe waxes lyrical on Skindred's controversial latest album Big Tings, longevity and, er, Phil Campbell from Motörhead’s shoes
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