10 years on from their first record, Make Them Suffer have just made the best album of their career: How To Survive A Funeral. Here they tell the story behind the album.
Paul McCartney followed being in one of the biggest bands in history by getting back to basics with pop-rock band Wings – and these are 10 of their best songs
Tom Robinson thinks of it as “the punk Woodstock”. It was the moment punk turned popular, and people’s band The Clash became real rock stars
From Trivium and Ozzy Osbourne to Code Orange and Triptykon, these are the finest albums released in the first half of 2020
Metallica, Sepultura, Napalm Death – they all owe a huge debt to 80s punks Discharge and their game-changing album Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
From game-changing melodeath to modern arena metal, here are In Flames’ 13 albums arranged from worst to best
Korn guitarist Head answers your questions on success, sobriety and SpongeBob Squarepants
Roxy Music's debut album would set the blueprint for 70s glamour. This is the story of how it came about.
Bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice, one of rock’s mightiest rhythm sections, talk about their days in Vanilla Fudge
If you’re looking to get the summer started with some sweet sounds or are after a great gift for Father's Day, then Marshall have a deal that will be music your ears
The Allman Brothers Band spent the best part of 50 years ‘hittin’ the note’, with just a few clunkers. Here are some of the sweet spots of their catalogue
Chess Records songwriter Willie Dixon was the man behind some of the most beloved and influential songs in history, inspiring a whole generation of musicians
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Between 1967 and 1982, Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band wrote some of the most startling, sly and plain out-there songs this side of Frank Zappa
Sid Smith looks at the impact on progressive music of Keith Tippett, who died yesterday aged 72