Dannii Leivers

PVRIS – ‘Use Me’ review: frontwoman Lynn Gunn steps out to the front on confident third album

Here the musician takes the reigns more openly than before, facing her struggles with candour

PVRIS: “Sometimes you’ve got to have the power – and the courage – to walk away”

How the synth-pop band's frontman Lynn Gunn found the confidence to leave her old self behind

Bully – ‘SUGAREGG’ review: a bubblegum grunge soundtrack to making it through tough times

Singer-songwriter Alicia Bognanno went through some stuff and knocked out a killer third record

Bully on weathering a rough patch to make killer new album ‘SUGAREGG’: “Things really plummeted for a while”

The singer-songwriter channelled a period of personal change into her new bubblegum grunge record

Creeper – ‘Sex, Death & The Infinite Void’ review: goth-punks stare down hardship with unblinking defiance

The Southhampton band charge into the darkness, resulting in an ambitious and nuanced album

The Ghost Inside – ‘The Ghost Inside’ review: metalcore heroes’ stunning testament to strength and bravery

The Ghost Inside’s lives changed forever on 19 November 2015. Their tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer outside of El Paso, the crash killing...

Asking Alexandria: “Corey Taylor told us this record would piss people off”

Guitarist Ben Bruce tells NME about new album 'Like A House On Fire', getting sober, friendship, and old feuds.

Code Orange – ‘Underneath’ review: game-changing, forward-thinking hardcore that will draw blood and raise bruises

The Pittsburg quintet continue to push the boundaries with this incredible maelstrom of goth-laced melody and punishing intensity

Body Count – ‘Carnivore’ review: as long as there’s injustice, there’ll be a need for Ice T’s vital brand of hardcore

There was a time when Body Count, the hardcore-meets-thrash side-project of West Coast rap pioneer Ice T, was one of the most controversial bands...
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