Download Festival is held over three days each June at Donington Park in Leicestershire. It started in 2003 as a replacement for the Monsters of Rock festival that was held at the same venue previously, and features metal and punk rock bands.
Interview: Butcher Babies - we caught up with the LA metal band Download Festival
Interview: We caught up with post-hardcore heroes Enter Shikari at Download Festival
We caught up with New Years Day after their set at Download Festival to talk music, fashion, creativity and more.
Interview and Live Review: Black Veil Brides – we caught up with the Cali post-hardcore / glam rockers at this year’s Download
Interview and Live Review: Black Veil Brides - we caught up with the Cali post-hardcore / glam rockers at this year's Download
Interview: In Hearts Wake – we caught up with the Aussie metalcore band at this year’s Download Festival
Interview: In Hearts Wake - we caught up with the Aussie metalcore band at this year's Download Festival
British newcomers Allusondrugs made their debut appearance at this years Download Festival. The band have been making quite a splash on the UK rock...
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Sitting somewhere in that bricolage world of TV on the Radio, David Holmes, David Lynch, Ennio Morricone, Massive Attack, Gorillaz the song is a catchy and compulsive slice of 21st century pop but with a post punk edge.
Alien Tango Dalston Victoria, London 10th January 2020 Alien Tango caught the attention of Keith Goldhanger at...
DARWIN ‘SO FEW COMETS’ Album Review : ‘brilliant eclectic atmospheric release with Bauhaus connections’
A music that matches the the devastation caused by the raging fires in 2017 that left the beautiful Californian landscape mirroring a barren, desolate, bare, lifeless backdrop
What we wonder is why they didn't choose another album track, 'Elizabeth My Dear', where the decidedly not very royalist at all Ian Brown describes shooting the queen...
Eminem is in the middle of a social networking storm with a track on his new album, 'Music To Be Murdered By' that references the 2017 Manchester bombing at the Ariana Grande concert