How two foul-mouthed animated teenage delinquents became the authority on 90s metal – and somehow hit the mainstream
Pittsburgh’s hardcore iconoclasts Code Orange throw down the gauntlet for a new decade with Underneath, earning a rare 10/10 in Metal Hammer
From the ashes of the violent 90s Boston hardcore scene rose a group of bands who would change rock music forever. This is their story
System Of A Down drummer John Dolmayan talks us through his first solo album – and it's stacked full of rock covers and incredible guest appearances
When we got word that Ozzy Osbourne was offering free tattoos and the chance to hear his album a day early, we knew we had to get involved
RATM's take no sh*t attitude, raw aggression and guerrilla politics are needed now more than ever, but can they win over Gen-Z or will they be reduced to a nostalgia act?
They became poster children for one of the most misunderstood genres in the history of heavy music, but did My Chemical Romance ever fit the emo bill to start with?
They are Slipknot. But what does that really mean in 2019? We're granted a tense but entertaining audience with metal’s most chaotic band
Rock music seemed to loosen its grip on the zeitgeist and slip out of the public's consciousness this decade – but the truth, as always, is a lot more complicated than that
On November 16, 1999 Korn dropped their fourth studio album. Twenty years on from its release we look back at Issues – an album that highlighted the nu-metal outsiders' struggle with the reality of commercial success
Laid To Rest was the song that gave Lamb Of God a breakthrough single and a spot on Guitar hero. Just don’t ask them about that last bit...
Korn's new album promised to be their heaviest yet, but is it? We've picked apart every track to find out...
Meltdowns. Accidents. Implosions. Bomb threats?! We dig inside some of the most chaotic tours in metal history
It's taken 13 years, but Tool's new album, Fear Inoculum has finally arrived – here's everything you need to know about it, one track at a time
Tool's Fear Inoculum album follows LA’s multi-dimensional metallers as they journey beyond all expectations
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
Live We're on-site at BOA and we're bringing you the lowdown on the biggest and best performances all weekend
Pop and metal have been going head-to-head again this week, but it's about time we realised the two can be stronger together
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