The very last day of UK Tech-Fest 2016 marks the first visit for headliners Between The Buried And Me. We caught up with bassist Dan Briggs for some thoughts and feelings on the festival, as well as some words about the band's latest release, Coma Ecliptic.
The next few weeks mark an important milestone for Big Jesus, who will make their live debut on UK and European shores (performing with Good Charlotte as well as Citizen) and later release their debut album Oneiric. We caught up with the band to chat about the meaning behind the record, how they caught the attention of the Madden Brothers and more.
It’s Saturday at Download and the sun is testing us with its cheeky appearance, and our next interview is with long time legends Municipal Waste. We greet frontman Tony Foresta for a chat, and with his shades and metal locks he's looking cooler than school.
Head to toe in country get up and monster moustaches that rival anyone's we were mesmerised by Whiskey Myers, whose dress sense is a good as their music and carries the same country twang and originality. We caught up with the boys bringing country roots back to the rock scene, to see how they found Download.
Relatively new to the blues rock scene are RavenEye. Made up of award winning blues guitarist Oli Brown, bassist Aaron Spiers and drummer Adam Breeze, the boys are taking their genre to a new, modern dimension. We caught up with Oli and Aaron to see what experiencing Download was like and what's next for these up and comers.
This Friday sees the release of Moose Blood's sophomore album Blush, the follow up to 2014's debut I'll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time. We caught up with guitarist Mark Osborne to discuss everything Blush, from second album pressures to favourite lyrics.
It's Saturday at Download, the weather has dried up enough and the sun is as bright as Anti Flag drummer Pat Thetic's hair. We were lucky enough to catch up with him to chat about touring, playing Download and general life.
This weekend Detroit rockers Queen Kwong will perform at LeeFest Presents: The Neverland alongside names including Lianne La Havas, Circa Waves and Everything Everything. We caught up with the band ahead of their appearance to talk about the festival, what you can expect from their show and more.
In a few days Get Inuit will make their debut at LeeFest Presents: The Neverland. We caught up with the band ahead of their appearance to talk about the festival, their top tips and more.
Liam Cormier of Cancer Bats has a reputation for being one of the nicest guys in the business, so we knew our chat with him at Slam Dunk Midlands would be something special. At Liam’s request we’ve put a link to the "podcast" at the bottom of this page, it might be a new addition to BTN so keep your eyes open!