Kiwi rockers The Datsuns on the demons, psychedelia and “word salads” behind Eye To Eye, their first album in seven years
Rock and metal clubs were once a haven for local greebos looking for a place to mosh the night away – and while many haven't survived the last 10 years, their legacies are far from forgotten
Skindred frontman Benji Webbe on loving vinyl, coping with lockdown, the Pope’s bling, and not wearing a feather boa to go to Asda
Exclusive Richie Blackmore and Candice Night discuss their new album Nature’s Light in exclusive video interview
Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr picks his records, artists and gigs of lasting significance, and reveals a song so powerful it makes him well up
Clutch's Weathermaker Vault Series album of re-recordings, covers and previously digital-only singles is more than just a stopgap
They’ve rejuvenated southern rock, enjoyed huge successes and crippling disappointment, weathered internal storms and survived. This is the story of Black Stone Cherry... so far
Metal God Rob Halford has released a new Christmas album, Celestial, and it might be just the thing the world needs
We talk to Chelsea Wolfe, Louise Lemón and AA Williams about what they have in common, what they don't, and what they really think about that 'death gospel' tag
Their incredible albums have helped define black metal across three decades, and their legacy is only growing. Is The Heretics the record that's finally brought Rotting Christ to the masses?
Rustic Finnish proggers Sammal premiere their music video for Ylistys ja kumarrus from their new album Suuliekki with Prog.
Arcane Roots will play an exclusive synth set at the inaugural Space Rocks in London this April, completing the live music line-up alongside Charlotte Hatherley & Lonely Robot.
Traditionally viewed as a male-dominated genre it seems that there are more women in prog than ever. But how are they accepted, who are the key role models and what does it mean for the music?