Dannii Leivers

Code Orange on defying their critics: “This is a record heavy music needs”

The Pittsburgh band's new material is dividing the fans, but the Billy Corgan-starring record was engineered to take the band into bold new places

Architects: “We’re not afraid to try new things, and I don’t think anybody should be”

With their new album ‘The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit’, Architects have pushed their sound further than ever before in a bid to reach the very top - could a major festival headline slot now be within their grasp?

Slipknot: “Nobody created us except us – we have always drawn our own map”

Nearly three decades and seven albums deep, Slipknot have navigated a rocky path of brilliant highs and crushing lows that would put paid to most over bands. But, as their latest record ‘The End, So Far’ attests and frontman Corey Taylor tells NME, the metal icons are far from finished just yet.

Korn: “On this record, we have grown emotionally. Music is healing to all of us”

How the nu-metallers explored a more hopeful sound on with new album 'Requiem'

Korn – ‘Requiem’ review: nu-metal veterans’ ‘happy’ album is still dark as fuck

This album adds a tentative touch of hope to the band's discography

Architects live in London: a cinematic airing from iconic surroundings

The expansive metallers pair ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’ with the heft of a live orchestra, with magical results

Metallica and friends: “‘The Black Album’ was a victory for the underdog”

The band and famous fans raise a glass to the magnum opus at 30

Creeper – ‘American Noir’ EP review: vampiric, elegant and timeless tales of romance

Despite its brevity, this EP is a significant entry in the band's discography

Korn live in Los Angeles: a ‘Monumental’ livestream packed with deep-cuts

April 24, Stranger Things: Drive-Into Experience: the nu-metallers borrow a Hawkins-themed set to put on an epic show