It’s been over a year but Sirens are back with their brand new EP, “Resistant To Change, Destined To Fail”. This mini-album is possibly the best Sirens release to date. The first song ‘Notches’ gives you a taste of what’s to come. It’s a tight sounding track that you can’t help but bang your head to.
‘No Nature Of Mine’ is the perfect build up for the band’s new single ‘Creature’. The best way…
When Sonisphere cancelled in 2012 I was beyond gutted. It was quickly becoming one of my favourite festivals, not only because of the incredibly strong line-ups delivered year after year, but also that Knebworth Park is only a ten minute drive from my house. When I heard that Sonisphere was making a return in 2014, I couldn’t wait. Before I knew it, I was back at Knebworth getting ready to watch
The Download Festival made it’s annual return to Donington Park last weekend. Not only were we treated to 3 amazing headline sets from Linkin Park, Avenged Sevenfold and Aerosmith, we also had great weather for the whole festival. The past few Download’s have been wash outs but the 2014 festival was already looking on the up and no bands had even hit the stage.
The first act we caught were Japan’s
We caught up with Alan Day, booker of this year’s Sonisphere Festival. Check out the interview below:
You recently announced a World War 1 plane display on the Iron Maiden day of Sonisphere. How did you come up with the idea?
That idea was brought to us by Iron Maiden. I was told to hold a slot around 6pm for an aerial display and that Bruce was going to put something together. Over the last few…