Crossfaith are breaking new ground with their latest 'SPECIES' EP, experimenting with 90s rave elements on the likes of 'Endorphin' and even surprising fans with their first ever Japanese lyrics, courtesy of Jin Dogg who guests on their latest single 'None Of Your Business'. We caught up with the band to discuss their new EP, what it's like to release music during a global pandemic, live stream plans and more.
Not wanting to wait any longer and give their fans new music, Aussie metal outfit Make Them Suffer have digitally released their fourth studio album 'How To Survive A Funeral' ahead of its physical release next month. We caught up with guitarist Nick McLernon to find out more, including the recording experience, his favourite lyrics and his dream collaborations.
When it comes to bands that change their sound with every release, Enter Shikari are among those who do it best. Their latest full-length, 'Nothing is True & Everything is Possible', comes as a perfect mix of their past five albums, while also laying down some new sounds, effectively paving way for the future. We caught up with frontman Rou Reynolds to talk about their new record, as well as his meditation livestreams and the upcoming online Five4Five Fest, which Enter Shikari are set to headline.
2020 is a big year for The Used. Celebrating two decades together, the Utah quartet are stronger than ever as they release their eighth studio album, 'Heartwork'. We recently caught up with bassist Jeph Howard to discuss the stories behind the album, releasing music during a global pandemic and more.
Three years since the release of their album 'Self Supremacy', Sheffield metallers Malevolence are back with their new EP 'The Other Side'. Their first venture self-releasing has brought some challenges along the way, but with complete control the quartet have been able to push outside of their comfort zones on the new three-track record. We caught up with vocalist Alex Taylor to find out more, including the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their upcoming plans, how Knocked Loose's Bryan Garris came to feature on the EP and their global achievements over the past three years.
Everything’s a bit weird right now isn’t? We at Bring The Noise UK hope you’re all being safe and looking after each other. Speaking of looking after people, now’s the time we could really look after the bands we love. So how can we all help the artists whose music has helped us through our hard times and been a soundtrack to the best night of our lives, now that they need us? A lot of them are trying to adapt, and use technology to help raise funds, and keep their music in your mind while you’re stuck inside. And since you are stuck inside, why not tune into some of these innovative live streams? Here’s some ways you can help...
Formed in 2019, Mexican melodic death metallers Afterfall have already been giving fans a taste of their upcoming album with their singles 'Maere' and 'Requiem'. With lyrical themes that are based on a fiction novel written by the band, each single represents a chapter of the story and delivers a unique sound that incorporates metal elements with Middle-Eastern instruments and baroque orchestration. We sat down with the band to find out more about their musical style, what it's like to start a band in Mexico and more.
Today (Sunday 8th March 2020) marks International Women's Day, a global celebration recognising the achievements of women and continuing to challenge and accelerate gender parity. To celebrate International Women's Day we've highlighted ten amazing bands and female musicians that you should be looking out for in 2020 and beyond.
VASA have once again unleashed their chaotic, feel-good post-rock energy in the form of their second release, 'Heroics'. With their debut considered a modern classic of the post-rock genre, the pressure was on! We caught up with guitarist Scott Coupar to get his thoughts...
Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal is one of the most proficient guitarists out there. By now, he's done everything from playing with bands such as Guns N' Roses, Art of Anarchy and currently Sons of Apollo, fronting progressive rock band Asia, launching his own line of hot sauces and teaching for State University of New York at Purchase. We caught up with him to talk about some of his recent realisations, including the new Sons of Apollo album, 'MMXX', which is out now.