After a few years off, Story Of The Year are back to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their seminal debut album Page Avenue. To do so they’ve created not just a simple acoustic translation of the record, but rather a reimagining with some unexpected (and some wholly expected) musical elements to thank fans for sticking by them over their absence and welcoming them back with open arms.
For those in the know Wolves in the Throne Room have become a familiar name in recent years. But that isn’t to say that their 2011 session with the BBC, soon to be unleashed on the public, was any less important for them. Those three letters can still go a long way.
3 years after their debut, West Midlands melodic metal band Winter Storm are back with Within the Frozen Design. The question is, being in such a niche genre, do they have enough to distinguish themselves from the established bands? We’ve got the review here!
Since starting out in 2005, the members of Close Your Eyes have had issues with their lead vocalists, multiple drummers and a new bassist. But with lineup changes well and truly behind them, Lines In The Sand is set to change everything.
Avril is back with her 5th studio album, practically screaming from the rooftops that she isn’t going to be growing up anytime soon.
The Maine’s music journey has been an interesting one. Originally purveyors of saccharine power-pop, now the Arizonian quartet deal in blues-inspired alt rock and are heading further down this path with every release. But how does Forever Halloween compare?
Peterborough isn’t the first place that springs to mind when you think of places to discover new music. But bursting out onto the scene are We Are Fiction, who have been quietly working on their debut release for the best part of 2013. They’ve impressed us with their live performances thus far, so can their first full-length step up to the mark?
Do you remember when The Story So Far’s debut was released and everyone lost their shit over how good it was? Well, this is exactly like that, because State Champs have properly delivered. We at Bring The Noise have been listening to nothing but The Finer Things for the last month or so, and so should you.
From the petrified roots of Nu Metal, a sapling arose. DEVILDRIVER are dividing critics once again using an axe finely tuned to drop D. We look at what is now their sixth album instalment the aptly named WINTER KILLS.
Since the release of Forrest.’s first single last year, he has enjoyed success after success, with releases on a number of dance labels, including a yet-to-be-released venture on vision quest, his profile has started to rise and rise. But what did we think of new EP, Shiny Suit Man? Not a lot, unfortunately.