With their unique 3 part harmonies to some of the most loved tracks, The Lounge Kittens brought the diversity to Download Festival 2017. We caught up with the trio to find out about the experience, who they'd love to work with and why they won't be changing any time soon.
Having released their fifth album Fury earlier this year, Australian based Sick Puppies chose the perfect time to make 2017 their Download Festival debut. Emma Anzai, Mark Goodwin and Bryan Scott gave us the answers to important questions, including: why Sick Puppies?
Following on from their set on the Zippo Encore Stage at Download Festival we spoke to The Raven Age drummer Jai Patel about the experience, touring with Anthrax and what’s next on the cards in 2017 now they’ve released their debut album Darkness Will Rise.
Download 2017 saw Clutch take to the Zippo Encore stage - we spoke to drummer Jean-Paul Gaster about the challenges of having eleven albums worth of material to choose from and why doing things their own way has been vital to their success.
In 2014 SikTh made their comeback at Download Festival and three years later they graced the main stage. We chatted to guitarist Dan Weller about the festival, which holds such important memories for them.
On the sunniest Saturday that Download Festival has seen in a while, we had a chat with brother-sister duo Steph and Paul O’Sullivan, AKA Greywind. They’ve had a whirlwind journey of a career journey so far which has led them to Download 2017, and it's the perfect chance for a catch-up.
Download 2017 saw In Flames gracing the main stage on Sunday. We spoke to Anders Fridén about the importance of Download Festival, the perils of touring and their latest album Battles.
Following on from their slot on the Dogtooth Stage at Download 2017 we caught up with punk rock band Drones to see how the festival was for them, their political side and what's next on the cards.
At Download 2017 we sat down with Giorgio Cantarutti and Ashley Green from Holding Absence. The Cardiff outfit are making big waves on the live circuit, and from line-up changes to signing to SharpTone Records things got big and exciting extremely fast.
Opening the mainstage at Download Festival is no small feat, and this year Hacktivist undertook the role on Saturday 10th June. Having played only a handful of shows with new co-vocalist Jot Maxi there was additional pressure riding on their shoulders; we spoke to J Hurley and Rich Hawking about how it went and what's on the cards right now for Hacktivist.