Download Festival 2023, ft. Metallica, Slipknot, and Bring Me The Horizon is The Fastest Selling in Their History


Download Festival 2023, celebrating 20 years as a festival, is now the festest selling its 20 year history. The early pre-sale tickets are sold-out, but additional tickets will be available next week. The four-day festival (first time ever) is headlined by Metallica, performing two unique headline sets over the weekend with no songs repeated, and will be joined by fellow headliners Slipknot, and Bring Me The Horizon. Over 60 bands announced including Evanescence, Parkway Drive, Disturbed, Pendulum, Architects, Ghost, The Distillers, Placebo, Alexisonfire, Asking Alexandria, Motionless In White, I Prevail, The Blackout (reunion), Fever 333, Stray From The Path, Lorna Shore, Nova Twins, Within Temptation, many and more. General tickets onsale at 10am on

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Metallica, Slipknot, Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Ghost, Evanescence, and More Booked for Download 2023


Download Festival 2023, celebrating 20 years as a festival, for announces three headliners over four days for the first ever time. Metallica will perform two unique headline sets over the weekend with no songs repeated, and will be joined by fellow headliners Slipknot, and Bring me Horizon. Over 60 bands announced including Evanescence, Parkway Drive, Disturbed, Pendulum, Architects, Ghost, The Distillers, Placebo, Alexisonfire, Asking Alexandria, Motionless In White, I Prevail, The Blackout (reunion), Fever 333, Stray From The Path, Lorna Shore, Nova Twins, Within Temptation, many and more. General tickets onsale at 10am on

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ALBUM REVIEW: Malevolence – Malicious Intent


The very title of Malevolence’s new record should tell you all you need to know about what to expect.

Malicious Intent (Nuclear Blast) is the third full-length release from the groove-meets-metalcore five-piece outfit hailing from the UK and follows up 2017’s Self Supremacy. Boasting all original members, Malevolence has returned with a vengeance, though one that is tempered.Continue reading


This Is Hardcore 2022 Announces Full Line-Up Hatebreed, Thursday, Madball, Terror and More!


This Is Hardcore has announced its full lineup for this summer, taking place July 9th at Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, PA. Heading up the stacked bill are headline bands such as Hatebreed, Thursday, Madball, Terror, and More! Tickets are on sale now at the link below:

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Kublai Khan TX Shares New Video – “Swan Song” ft. Scott Vogel of Terror


Hardcore band Kublai Khan TX will release their new EP, Lowest Form of Animal, on 1st April 2022 via Rise Records. Pre-orders are live now at the links below. The band has shared the video for its latest single – “Swan Song,” featuring Terror frontman Scott Vogel. Watch it now!

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Terror Teams Up with Hotel Radio to Livestream Their London Matinee Show This Sunday


Hardcore Punk legends Terror will play in London this weekend as part of their European tour kickoff with Death Before Dishonor, Lion’s Law, and Jesus Piece. The tour is to support Terror’s 2018 album Total Retaliation via Nuclear Blast (Europe) and Pure Noise (rest of the world). The band have now teamed up with Hotel Radio to live stream their London matinee show at The Underworld this Sunday, November 3rd! The stream begins at 6pm GMT| 7pm Cet | 11am PDT at the links below. Continue reading


Hatebreed – Obituary – Cro-Mags – Terror – Fit For An Autopsy: Live Worcester Palladium


There’s something that happened at the Worcester Palladium that may be the best thing I’ve witnessed in many many years. I don’t want to waste anyone’s time with lead up, let’s dive right into this perfectly orchestrated amoeba of chaos.Continue reading


Moros – Weapon


An effects-heavy floor tom pounds and reverberates sinisterly sounding like an unholy sub drop as a layer of distortion grows from the aether. Various squalls of feedback and twisted auditory hallucinations wrap their way around the percussion making ‘(vortexwound)’ a fittingly unsettling opening to Weapon (Hidden Deity). This segues into the first track proper, ‘We Don’t Deserve Death’, a creeping, sanguine number that evolves into a Rock paced rager. The instrumentation is crisp and bass heavy, perfect for the Sludge/Doom hybrid Moros are seeking to evoke.Continue reading