Happy Halloween! To celebrate, here's the real stories behind John Carpenter's spookiest scores
Former Metal Hammer staffer, Classic Rock and Prog writer and scourge of PRs everywhere, Tommy Udo died on 10 October, 2019. Here we pay tribute to a funny, fearsome and much-loved colleague
The making of Pink Floyd's 1971 album Meddle saw the emergence of the band that would rule the remainder of the decade
Examining the magic behind the enduring appeal of Genesis's 1973 album Selling England By The Pound
Casey McPherson, Steve Morse and David LaRue give us a track by track guide to new Flying Colors album Third Degree
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Premiere Australian progressives Voyager drop their new video for track Entropy, featuring Leprous vocalist Einar Solberg
Back in 2011 Grant Moon chatted with Steven Wilson about his then new album Grace For Drowning...
Primus might be an acquired taste, but at their best this musically unique and gloriously oddball trio made some truly compelling records
Listen to the avant-black metal pioneers new track Nomos Nebuleam taken from their forthcoming new album, Hallucinogen
With the UK Guitar Show and London Bass Guitar Show fast approaching, here are 7 reasons why you need to be there
The Satanic Temple's Lucien Greaves picks five songs that have inspired his Satanic nature
Premiere Emma Ruth Rundle and A.L.N. – the man behind black metal act Mizmor – took a hike to discuss life, religion and art, while picking apart Mizmor's new album one lyric at a time