Slam Dunk Festival has come around for another enormous year, so we headed up to Leeds to report on the full action from The Offspring, Enter Shikari, Yellowcard, Bowling For Soup, Billy Talent, Creeper and many more.
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.
Build on the same impulses of towering, glistening pop-rock and alt-rock as its predecessor, Enter Shikari’s newest mightn’t quite match up, but it’s still a storming listen in its own right.
You Me At Six begin to get back on track with some more explosive alt-rock, even if the issues from their most recent endeavours still persist alongside it.
Leeds Festival 2022 comes to its final day, topped by Bring Me The Horizon and Arctic Monkeys, and featuring Wolf Alice, Enter Shikari, Fontaines D.C., D-Block Europe and more.
Reading & Leeds is right around the corner to once again cap off another festival season, and we’ve got the full breakdown of exactly what you can expect.
For our final list of 2020, we take a look at the very best of the best as we count down our albums of the year.
In our next year end list, we look at the songs that mightn’t have received the most promotion but still stood out immensely regardless, as the best deep cuts of 2020.
In our next year end list, we pick out the best of the biggest songs released this year, in the best singles of 2020.
A new Enter Shikari album always feels like a curious case, because it always calls…