So you’re headlining Slam Dunk next year. What kind of experience have you had at the festival before? “We’ve DJ’d it twice, and because the southern one Is in Hatfield…
Enter Shikari‘s Rou Reynolds has spoken out against Donald Trump and the rise of the far right in the wake of his and Brexit’s win – saying that the band’s…
Enter Shikari have given an update on their new album, which the band are due to start recording in January and they say will be more ‘extreme’. The band, who…
Enter Shikari have been confirmed to headline Slam Drunk festival 2017 – where they’ll be celebrating their landmark debut album ‘Take To The Skies’. The cross-country rock, punk and metal…
Frontman Rou Reynold begins work on album No.5
‘Live At Alexandra Palace’ is out on splatter-coloured vinyl
Frontman also suffered from insomnia and exhaustion during a difficult period last year
LP due out October 30
Band will play some of their biggest headline shows to date next year
Check out this Live Lounge session before both acts perform at this weekend's Download Festival
Band played rendition of popular TV theme song on BBC Radio 1
Over the course of 12 years and three albums, Enter Shikari have spewed heavily politicised, in-your-face rhetoric over an uncompromising blend of post-hardcore, metal and trance. It’s served them well.…
Band's new studio effort is released on January 19
Rou Reynolds says the track is an attack on those that want to dismantle the NHS
The first material from new album 'The Mindsweep' is revealed
The band's fourth album will be released on January 19, 2015
Band have recorded 11 songs for follow up to 'A Flash Flood Of Colour'
Rou Reynolds says Jared Leto's band are 'exploiting their fans'
Frontman reads Rudyard Kipling's 'If' in short advert
Singer tells crowd to expect 'a journey of tinnitus, shin splints and hip replacements'
Band set to play 24 dates on the stretch before Download festival appearance
Band will play intimate free gig on January 28
Band will record 'A Flash Flood Of Colour' follow-up later in the New Year
Get involved with a live Q&A with the band at 5pm today!
Band reveal frustration at Barack Obama and US politics
Adele, First Aid Kit and Edwyn Collins also pick up awards at the ceremony
Passion Pit and The Vaccines are also asked the question, but give rather bizarre answers...
NME users vote St Albans four-piece as the highlight of the festivals
St Albans mentalists also talk about how 'A Flash Flood Of Colour' has come across live
The band will be playing a string of 'double shows' on their Christmas tour