Yellowcard – Lift a Sail – Album Review
Before heading into Lift a Sail, the gargantuan 9th studio record from Yellowcard, try your hardest to forget everything you thought you knew about the US pop-punk group. Gone are… Read more »
blink-182 – Enema of the State – 15 Year Anniversary Retrospective
blink-182’s iconic pop-punk record Enema of the State is turning 15 this weekend, so join Rock Industry as we take a look back at the 12 tracks that made the… Read more »
Metallica – ReLoad – Case Stated!
A double release can be a risky move, especially if the two recordings are put out individually. If part one of the release isn’t well received then there’s a big… Read more »
Metallica – Load – Case Stated!
Opinion is opinion. That’s that. It’s not fact, and should never be portrayed as such. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, and no one shows this more than music fans…. Read more »
The Band That Rocked the Cradle
The shortest, earliest period of our life has the most profound effect on the rest of our existence. A good 60 years of experienced adulthood is entirely defined by our… Read more »
The First Rock Concert, Censorship and the Fuzz
The First Rock Concert, Censorship and the Fuzz We don’t really know if rock ’n’ roll will never die, like Neil Young suggests. What we do know is that the… Read more »
Albums – A thing of the past?
Albums – A thing of the past? In 1877, the Phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison, the first piece of technology capable of playing recorded sound. The device, also know… Read more »
Editorial: The Spotify Lie
Spotify has came under fire for the amount artists get paid when people stream music using their service. Way back in 2010, Lady Gaga made an immense £108 for… Read more »
The Art of Rock
In the music industry, we have a prejudice towards, well, music. Time and again, you forget that the artist stands on top of an eclectic human pyramid of other professions…. Read more »
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