Creeper are a band who will never stand still, won’t allow themselves to become stale and who need to challenge themselves musically and creatively. Following their Top 5 UK Album Chart success with sophomore album 'Sex, Death and the Infinite Void', we caught up with guitarist Ian Miles to discuss their chart battle with Ronan Keating, why he thinks their latest album is cursed, their sudden disappearance in 2018 and more...
2020 is a year which has been so God awful it is as if it tumbled from the blackened soul of Lucifer himself, with most of us literally locked inside our own homes for months, the country, scratch that THE WORLD, on its collective knees, and no live music to soothe our pain and misery. So although Download 2021 is yet 10-long months away it is no surprise, following their recent announcement, that excitement is already creeping towards fever pitch at the mere thought of seeing the bands we love thrill us from the festival's stages next year.
Palaye Royale have returned with Boom Boom Room (Side B), the follow up to 2016 debut album Boom Boom Room (Side A). With such a big hype around them this year we had high hopes for the trio's effort, but did they meet them?
An August Bank Holiday tradition for many is spending the weekend at Reading Festival, seeing some of the biggest names and exciting new acts from wide-spanning genres. With our fingers firmly crossed that summer would continue for just three more days, here’s what happened during our annual trip to the festival.
Set in the Cotswolds, 2000trees Festival is a picturesque playground for those with a roundabout taste in music; and there really is something for everyone with five stages to choose from. This chilled out festival really turned up the heat and upped its game this year, and we were ready to soak up all the rays and music we could get our sweaty palms on.
Most consider the festival season a bit of a none starter if they didn't get the chance to make it to Slam Dunk. Travelling through three major UK locations each year during the May bank holiday music lovers in their hordes religiously flock to the event. With a few big changes to the stage arrangements this year, along with a duel headline setup, we took a trip down to this year's event in Leeds to see what all of the fuss was about.