Japanese legends Melt Banana have laid waste to expectations since their first album 25 years ago. We spoke to them on their latest UK tour about their legacy, barking at Mike Patton and their forthcoming album
Serbia's underground music scene is stuffed full of essential heavy bands – here, we talk you through who you need to know
The Cure's current headline tour of European festivals proves they're one of rock's greats – and it's about time they got the recognition they deserve
Terrorvision open up about their rise, their fall, the Britrock label and what it means to be back out on the road
Traditional rock radio may be dead, but a new generation of vital rock and metal stations are rising from its ashes
When Fugazi’s rhythm section joined forces with a guitar virtuoso, the result was instrumental rock without any rules. We catch up with The Messthetics on their first UK tour
“Folk” instruments, robot orchestras, progressive politics and rural charm: we delve into the world of the Derbyshire-based sonic artists Haiku Salut
London-based four-piece Dream Nails are casting soulful punk hexes on the patriarchy. Don't like it? Frankly, they don't care...
Robert Smith-endorsed, future-prog three-piece JoyCut laid waste to Meltdown festival this summer – but was it enough to win over the British public?