You Me At Six have had an interesting career. On the one hand, they’ve sold out Wembley Arena, toured America, and secured a number one album with Cavalier Youth in 2014. On the other hand, they’ve faced personal battles which has almost resulted in the breaking up of the band on multiple occasions. In 2019 … More Gunnersville Festival 2019 Review
Twenty years after the release of their debut self-titled album, Iowan metal giants Slipknot have stuck (nine) middle fingers up to the haters and proven that decades of relentless tours, lineup changes, deaths and a decline in the popularity of rock and metal music has far from defeated them. Their sixth studio album ‘We Are … More We Are Not Your Kind, Slipknot (Album Review)
It’s been a pretty hectic year so far in the music world. Liam Gallagher has sold out arenas for the first time since Oasis split in 2009, Ryan Adams has cancelled the release of his three new albums following allegations of sexual misconduct being made against him, and Slipknot have released their heaviest track since … More AS4S Mid-Year Review 2019
To celebrate the release of Sum 41’s album Order In Decline, I decided to rank all seven of their studio albums from worst to best! I’ve not included live albums, compilations or Half Hour of Power. This is the first ‘ranked’ article by AS4S and it was a lot of fun to write! If you … More Sum 41 Albums Ranked Worst to Best!
Before I look back at my favourite (and least favourite) music from the past 12 months, I first of all want to apologise for the lack of posts in 2018. I haven’t posted nearly as much as I had hoped to, but I want 2019 to be different! The absence of content doesn’t mean I … More AS4S 2018 Year In Review