Enter Shikari are undoubtedly hall of famers in the UK music scene, with a career already spanning over 15 years. They have toured arenas, headlined festivals, and embarked on many sold-out tours, including this one. There truly wasn't much more you could want from a gig, find out what made it so great here.
When UK metalcore giants Architects released the dates for their first UK arena tour, it was fair to say that arenas have been a long time coming for the Brighton band. Their 2021 effort 'For Those That Wish To Exist' took the band to the next level and had songs that were blatantly made for the arena setting, so how did this translate on a Tuesday night at Nottingham arena?
Leeds had turned out in a sold-out crowd at the Stylus to experience some of the best modern day punk music there is. Find out what happened at the show here.
After nine long years, one of the most unique bands this country has ever produced are back on the scene. Their emotive brand of rock music has captured the hearts of many, and nearly 30 years later, have Placebo still got it?
Fresh off a number one record, headline performances, and an upcoming orchestral gig for Teenage Cancer Trust (sharing a line-up with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher and The Who), they are a band making moves. On the 16th March, Don Broco took a step back to play an intimate show in Huddersfield, here’s what we thought.
Wolf Alice are a band surfing the huge wave of momentum. Fresh off winning a BRIT Award for best group and NME Award for Best Festival Headliner, their sold-out Blue Weekend UK tour promised to be their biggest yet. Here’s what we thought.
alt-J can easily be argued as the UK’s best band of the 21st century. Ever since their Mercury Award winning debut, they have produced some of the highest quality music around in a variety of different genres. So, five years on from 'RELAXER', how does 'The Dream' hold up in the band’s incredible discography?
Korn are a huge band that have changed metal forever. Over 25 years since their massive debut record they have still been releasing great music, a prime example being 2019's 'The Nothing'. So does Korn's latest effort, 'Requiem', continue on the same path?
Ever since bursting onto the scene in 2018 with 'Columbia', The Blinders are a band that continue to show glimpses of what could be a brilliant rock band. Their latest EP 'Electric Kool-Aid (Part 1)' shows them experimenting with what could be the sound to get them to the top.
Fit For An Autopsy have had a huge few years, with the immense 2019 'The Sea Of Tragic Beasts' and their insane 2020 single 'Fear Tomorrow', both of which were received brilliantly with both fans and critics. Therefore going into their latest effort 'Oh What The Future Holds', there is bound to be some pressure for the band tipped to be entering their prime - but does it show?