What do you do when your last two albums have drawn receptions that have been, at the very best, decidedly muted? When you’re sliding down festival bills and the venues…
While Oklahoma trio Broncho (the ‘ch’ is soft) aren’t taking any huge risks on their second record, they are updating their power pop sound a little. ‘Just Hip Enough To…
After playing host to sets from Two Door Cinema Club, The Vaccines, Stereophonics, Calvin Harris and huge headline sets from Beyonce and Kings Of Leon, V Festival is over for…
But the singer recovers to win the crowd over with a spectacular, career-spanning set
Kendrick Lamar braves the rain and Stereophonics talk fake penises at Weston Park
Muse, Tori Amos and Ellie Goulding all have new stuff out
Drummer also admits he had 'a really bad attitude' in his last year in the band
Drummer reveals his brother has tried to make amends with Hayley Williams and co after his explosive exit statement
The sticksman admits that the pop-punk band's success 'cost me my childhood'
The sticksman also says he hopes people will think of his new outfit in the same way as Radiohead
You can hear the first track from the project's debut EP now
Green Day, Mumford & Sons, Deadmau5 and No Doubt all release new albums today
The singer visits a grotty strip club in the promo for Harris' new single
Kurt Ballou tells NME that their eighth studio album is 'a lot more focused'
Animal rights group deny that they are planning to pelt the singer with faeces and paint though
Notorious serial killer has sent the shock rocker a bizarre note
Watch the trailer for the four-disc boxset on NME.COM
Metallers join Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Rihanna in the the one billion club
Basingstoke rockers discuss they've opted to put things out on their own label
Band also call their second LP 'an advert for their live shows'
The rapper's follow-up to 'Playing In The Shadows' will come out in November
German metallers join Iron Maiden in topping the bill at the Donington Bash
London trio will showcase their new album 'Coexist' at the end of 2012 with five shows
The singer will support her new album 'Halcyon' with a nine-date tour
The London band will play the 20,000 capacity venue in May 2013
Bruce Dickinson tells NME that the band are continuing their 'Maiden England' tour into 2013
Singer promises that 'vengeance will be mine' on the follow-up to 'Oceania'
Singer has also been accused of insulting Islam with one of her new outfits
The rapper has also spoken about his new compilation 'Cruel Summer'
The singer says he particularly admires 'Come Together' and 'I Am The Walrus'