As part of their brief visit to the UK, Angel Du$t were in a partying mood in London.
With a bigger site, we went to check out how the new and improved Slam Dunk Festival North went down.
We sent Tim Birkbeck to see what the heavier side of the Slam Dunk Festival had to offer.
Read his review of the Hatfield leg of the weekend.
Pagan left hungry for whatever they do next in Manchester.
Trade Wind recently made a brief visit to the UK. AH’s Ian Kenworthy caught the band’s focused set in Manchester.
“there is no sign of stopping with PUP… November can’t come soon enough”
The Xcerts showed what sets them apart from other bands of their calibre in Bristol.
Playing a set spanning almost their entire career, tonight feels like a celebration for In Flames
Live Review: Stand Atlantic with In Her Own Words and Shaded – The Star & Garter, Manchester – 30/03/2019
Stand Atlantic’s personality shines brightly in Manchester.
A packed out Joiners in Southampton recently witnessed a memorable night with Drug Church and Single Mothers.
Once again, the Persistence Tour offered a stacked bill of hardcore, metal, punk and thrash.
AH’s Tim Birkbeck headed to the standalone UK date in London.
Californian DIY indie-punks Mom Jeans kicked off 2019 with a tour of the UK alongside Just Friends.
AH’s Ashwin Bhandari checked out their Brighton show.
Mastodon, Kvelertak and Mutoid Man brought an abundance of riffs to Southampton last week, and AH’s Tim Birkbeck was there to witness it all.
Def Leppard bought hysteria to London last month as they gave us a glimpse of what to expect at this year’s Download Festival.
Live Review: Bury Tomorrow, 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill and Crystal Lake – O2 Ritz, Manchester – 14/12/2018
A capacity crowd in Manchester witnessed Bury Tomorrow play their biggest headline show to date alongside 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill and Crystal Lake.
Genre-mixing Zeal & Ardor bring their an electric show to Brighton.
Take a read of Sam Seaton’s review.
Mike Vennart returns home to Manchester with an assured display.
Speedy Ortiz, along with DOE, brought musical finesse and awareness to glaring social issues in Brighton last month.
Anti-Flag, Cancer Bats and Worriers recently brought some punk rock anarchy to the UK.
Here’s what AH’s Ian Kenworthy witnessed in Manchester.
State Champs kicked off one of the year’s premier pop-punk tours in Glasgow.
AH’s Peter Stewart was in attendance. Take a read of his review.
Idles show the cross-appeal underground rock music so desperately needs right now
AH’s Andrew Davidson witnessed the positive chaos in Glasgow.
Black Peaks brought ‘All That Divides’ to life in Glasgow with Bossk and Gold Key in tow.
Coheed & Cambria, along with CHON, served up a memorable night in Manchester.
Here’s what AH’s Ian Kenworthy witnessed earlier this month.
It may have been unfortunately later than expected, but Knuckle Puck, Tiny Moving Parts and Movements didn’t disappoint in Nottingham.
AH’s Ashwin Bhandari was in attendance as Walnut Creek’s The Story So Far made their return to London with Citizen as support.
Remo Drive and Field Medic make their long awaited UK debut in Brighton.
AH’s Ashwin Bhandari witnessed the intimate show.
Live Review: Boston Manor, Microwave, Drug Church and Wallflower – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham – 24/09/2018
Boston Manor continue to ride a high wave of momentum in Nottingham.
Crown The Empire triumphantly left a big impression as they returned to the UK last month.
“Spellbinding, delicate and haunting – Julien Baker served up an unforgettable night in Manchester.”