If you haven’t made it in Japan, have you really made it? Zebrahead’s punk rock sound have been carrying them for nearly two decades and they have no signs of slowing down. Their thirteenth studio album, Brain Invaders has made its way to fans today (8th March 2019). Known for their nu-metal riffs and punk sensibilities, we had a chat with co-vocalist Ali Tabatabaee to talk about the new release, festivals and where the punk rock scene is heading.

ALBUM REVIEW: Zebrahead – Brain Invaders

Zebrahead has an impressive repertoire, and their 13th studio album 'Brain Invaders' makes no exceptions. After nearly two decades of music, the band are still surprising fans with their genre-bending sound. Zebrahead are as fresh as ever and 'Brain Invaders' is proving skate-punk is still alive and breathing.

ALBUM REVIEW: Mozes and the Firstborn – Dadcore

Mozes and the Firstborn are proving that grunge isn’t only rife in the Pacific Northwest. Hailing from The Netherlands, this quartet is throwing their sound into the ring with sleazy power-pop guitars and emotive vocals. The band aren’t aiming to re-write the rule book, but they are a strong presence in our new era of grunge. 'Dadcore' is the band’s third album released through the independent label, Burger Records.