Back for another year to showcase the best in punk, emo, pop-rock and more, Slam Dunk boasts one of this festival season’s most impressive lineups, and we’ve gone through it all to see exactly what you can expect to see.
In this year-end list, we pick out the best album tracks and smaller cuts that make up the best deep cuts of 2022.
In continuing down the path of grinding, nocturnal post-hardcore, Boston Manor strike gold in terms of sharpness, punch and all-consuming atmosphere.
Sporting the best lineup of the summer, 2000trees brings metric tons of great bands to this year’s festival season, and we’ve broken down the whole lineup to take a proper look, as well as a few recommendations from the bands themselves.
Festival season continues with Download Festival, as we break down the lineup of the UK’s premier rock festival to see what’s actually worth your time.
In this year-end list, we take a look at the album tracks and overlooked moments that left the biggest impacts, in the best deep cuts of 2021.
In this Review Round-Up, MØL, Boston Manor and SeeYouSpaceCowboy bring great work that offsets Black Veil Brides and Bad Wolves, while more new music comes from Emma Ruth Rundle, Diablo Swing Orchestra and Greer.
The return of live music is on the horizon, so we’ve taken a look at the lineup for the Download Pilot to break it down, and look at the acts you can’t afford to miss.
In our next year end list, we take a look at all the releases that surprised us the most in 2020.
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