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We Came As Romans share new sci-fi-inspired video for “Darkbloom”—watch

We Came As Romans have shared a sci-fi-inspired video for their new song, “Darkbloom.” The visual follows the band performing in a mysterious, gloomy corner of space that exhibits signs of some kind of extraterrestrial consciousness.   “Darkbloom” is a powerful track, full of thunderous bass, propulsive riffs and jagged synths. The gritty vocals of Dave […]

10 acoustic renditions of 2000s songs that are better than the original

It doesn’t matter what part of the 2000s alternative music spectrum you lean toward. Whether your iPod was dominated by neon, pop punk or screamo tracks, one thing is for sure: Everyone loves an acoustic song.  The trend persists quite actively today. Tune in to just about any band’s quarantine livestreams and you’ll catch stripped […]

Find out what kind of rock star you would be based on your zodiac sign

Who among us hasn’t fantasized about living the rock star life? (Well, besides rappers.) Seriously though, who wouldn’t want a gig like that? The tears of the bright-eyed are the lubrication that keeps the rock ‘n’ roll machine pumping along. But what if a life of stardom could be gleaned from the stars themselves? In […]

These 12 forgotten metalcore tracks once ruled over your playlists

With COVID-19 decimating live music and shows this year, it’s only natural for us to wax nostalgic.  As long as we can listen to shredding solos, blast beats and singers imitating velociraptors, everything would be fine. Not this year, though. Instead, we’re going to remind you about 12 forgotten metalcore tracks that ruled the damned […]

Discover 50 unsigned bands from every state in the US

From sea to shining sea, the U.S. is teeming with talented bands and musicians. Every state and region of the country has its own scene, with its own unique flavor, filled with undiscovered and unsigned artists worthy of a listen. In a time when most of us are stuck inside, take a virtual road trip […]

14 metalcore songs you probably forgot about

The true golden era of metalcore can—and will—be debated until the end of time, but the years between 2006 and 2011 were a notable period for our scene. Heavy music progressed into something that resonated with so many people. Aggressive verses, soaring choruses and, of course, outrageous, scene-shattering breakdowns ruled our speakers. It’s hard to […]

15 unforgettable mosh pits that made history in music

There is no such thing as a “traditional” mosh pit, but these heavy concert staples sometimes go to extremes. Here are 11 mosh pits that have been remembered for their ridiculousness, tragedy or danger. Read more: Ashley Purdy drops first solo song since Black Veil Brides departure 1. Joe “King” Carrasco appears crowdsurfing in 1981 […]

The best acoustic renditions of heavy songs if you're tired of breakdowns

We love to keep it heavy with face-melting solos and excruciating screams. But sometimes it’s important to unplug the amps and let the emotions pour out from the soul—even if you’re too “metal” for that.   Featuring Slipknot and Bring Me The Horizon, here are 10 acoustic renditions of heavy songs you need to check out.  […]

Spotify users listened to their favorite bands this much this year

Another year is coming to a close, meaning another year of seriously incredible music has kept us pretty active on Spotify over the last 12 months. When you combine that fan power, what do you get? Lots of hours worth of Spotify plays for our favorite bands and artists. A number of our faves have taken […]

Slam Dunk announces second wave of bands for 2019

Slam Dunk is announcing the second wave of bands for the 2019 edition of the festival. Out of the 11 acts announced today, nine are newcomers! Check out what the lineup looks like so far. Read more: Here’s the reason Tumblr is missing from Apple’s app store Slam Dunk is set to make its return to the UK […]

Bullet For My Valentine think new album will "solidify" them as a band

Bullet For My Valentine recently dropped their new album Gravity, and according to the band, it’s the album that will solidify them as festival headliners. Read more: Bullet For My Valentine announce U.S. fall tour support In a new interview with Scuzz TV, BFMV frontman Matt Tuck and drummer Jason Bowld shared their thoughts on the band’s new musical direction […]

Bullet For My Valentine talk depression: “I didn’t even want to be in the band”

“I’ve done an Adele; I’ve made a breakup record!” Matt Tuck is only half-joking when he compares himself to the British pop sensation, famed for her warbling stadium heartbreak ballads. But there is no denying the years after the release of 2015’s Venom have been rough for the Bullet For My Valentine frontman, to say […]

Bullet For My Valentine announce U.S. fall tour support

Bullet For My Valentine recently announced the Gravity tour, and today, the band shared who will be hitting the road with them this fall. Read more: Bullet For My Valentine’s Matt Tuck doesn’t think rock needs saving Joining the band on their 18-date trek across North America is We Came As Romans and Bad Omens. The […]

Bullet For My Valentine's Matt Tuck doesn't think rock needs saving

Bullet For My Valentine‘s vocalist Matt Tuck doesn’t think rock needs to be saved. Read more: Bullet For My Valentine drummer turned down a spot in Ghost for current gig “I don’t think it needs saving. I think it has just become very obvious for decades now that our world is our world,” Tuck tells Music Feeds. […]

Bullet For My Valentine drummer turned down a spot in Ghost for current gig

Welsh metallers Bullet For My Valentine are preparing to unleash their brand new album, Gravity, to the world June 29. This will be their first offering minus co-founder and original drummer Michael “Moose” Thomas, with touring musician Jason Bowld taking his place as full-time member. We sat down with frontman Matt Tuck and Bowld at […]

Bullet For My Valentine share third single from ‘Gravity’

[Photo by: Ville Juurikkala] Bullet For My Valentine are changing things up a bit on their latest single, “Letting You Go.” The track is from their upcoming album, Gravity, out June 29 on Destroy/Spinefarm Records. Read more: Warped Tour adds another special guest After promising fans that their next album would be drastically different than […]

Bullet For My Valentine, Of Mice & Men announce tour dates

[Photo by: Bullet For My Valentine/Ville Juurikkala] Bullet For My Valentine and Of Mice & Men have announced European and UK fall tour dates. Read more: Bullet For My Valentine dedicate song to Suicide Squad’s Margot Robbie, her response is all of us Tickets go on sale May 4, and you can check out the full list of forthcoming […]

Bullet For My Valentine drop hard-hitting new song "Over It," announce new album—listen

[Photo by: Ville Juurikkala] Bullet For My Valentine have now given us the first taste of their upcoming sixth studio album, Gravity. Listen to the band's rockin' new single “Over It” and check out the new album's cover art below. Gravity is due out June 29. Read more: BFMV dedicate song to Margot Robbie BFMV […]

Trivium announce headlining tour dates with Toothgrinder, '68

[Photos by: Justin Borucki, Jonathan Thorpe] Florida metalheads Trivium will play some select headlining shows this spring with Toothgrinder and '68 amid their previously announced tour with Bullet For My Valentine. See the freshly added cities and dates down below. Read more: The evolution of tattoo culture in America Per Theprp.com, '68 will join Trivium […]

Bullet For My Valentine dedicate song to Suicide Squad's Margot Robbie, her response is all of us

[Photo by: BBC Radio 1/YouTube] We already loved Suicide Squad actress Margot Robbie, and we love her even more knowing she's a metal fan, too. After citing her love for Metallica, Slipknot, Thrice and Bullet For My Valentine, she got a special surprise. Read more: Three ‘Suicide Squad’ stars to return for movie’s sequel Host Nick Grimshaw asks how big of a […]
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