Articles by Caren Gibson
Characterised by its dark experimentalism, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ sixth album, ‘One Hot Minute’, emerged from a turbulent time for the group.
An ambitious alt-prog answer to 90s British rock, Muse’s debut album, ‘Showbiz’, would rapidly catapult the group into the big leagues.
From discordant alt-metal to expansive experimental rock, the best Biffy Clyro songs chart the Scots’ rise as an unlikely UK success story.
The sound of a band tearing themselves apart, ‘Iowa’ not only consolidated the success of Slipknot’s debut, it almost marked their demise.
One of the biggest-selling bands of the 2000s, Avenged Sevenfold brought gothic theatrics to The New Wave Of American Heavy Metal.
Co-founder of one of the most ferocious bands the world has ever seen, Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison left behind an incalculable legacy.
A clash of metal, thrash, hardcore and punk, ‘Cowboys From Hell’ was both a revamped Pantera’s statement of intent and a genre game-changer.
My Chemical Romance’s dark debut album, ‘I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love’ took pop-punk and emo in a grittier direction.
The album that nearly finished them, ‘By The Way’ offered new levels of sophistication for Red Hot Chili Peppers.
By the mid-2000s, Muse were one of the biggest bands in the UK. The ‘Black Holes And Revelations’ album sent them into the stratosphere.
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