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
How two foul-mouthed animated teenage delinquents became the authority on 90s metal – and somehow hit the mainstream
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
It was supposed to be one of the biggest tours of the 90s. But when Marilyn Manson teamed up with Hole, it descended into total chaos...
Tool have finally released their back catalogue to streaming services. We've compiled a playlist of 10 essential tracks for the newly initiated
Tool's albums are finally hitting streaming services, so here they all are ranked from worst to best
Unfinished or abandoned, these are the records from some of metals' biggest names that remain lost in time
Deftones remember the making of Around The Fur, the record that set the template for their sound. It involved skating, Max Cavalera and a dodgy Maccy D’s trip...
Expression, experimentation and striking out on your own: we get the inside story behind Periphery's new album, Periphery IV: Hail Stan
There can be little argument that wrestling is the most metal sport of them all – and these badass entrance themes prove it
Bring Me The Horizon left metal firmly behind with Amo, but they’ve left a scene in ruder health than ever
British metal should have reigned supreme in the 90s, but nu metal stole its crown. We track down the era’s forgotten bands and the survivors who live on today