‘There’s no rush. There will always be people there who are ready for you whenever you’re ready.’
Laying down the gauntlet for all festival headliners that followed, Nirvana’s performance at Reading 1992 remains one of the greatest in history.
The new song features on the band's new album 'Gravity', released through Search & Destroy on 29 June.
The new song comes from the band's new six-track EP, released on 22 June.
Liz Phair wants to "Make America Girly Again"
His dissonant, guitar-based music would not only become a key figure on the No Wave scene, but provided the basis for much of Sonic Youth’s early music.
Nine Inch Nails are set to issue a new six-track release 'Bad Witch' in June and embark on their Cold And Black And Infinite North America tour this fall.
Grammy-nominated quartet Bastille return with a dynamic new single 'Quarter Past Midnight', the first track from their forthcoming third album.
Bullet For My Valentine have announced a series of European shows for the autumn of 2018 in support of their new album 'Gravity' released on 29 June.
A new compilation from the days when Nirvana was an Irish-Greek symphonic rock outfit.
ABBA, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, The Who and Frank Zappa are among the superstar artists confirmed with exclusives for Record Store Day 2018.
The 1997 landmark is the bestselling album in independent UK record shops in the 12 months leading up to Record Store Day 2018.
Florence + The Machine are releasing an exclusive, limited double A-side 7" single 'Sky Full Of Song'/ 'New York Poem (For Polly)' in partnership with Record Store Day.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright has announced his 'All These Poses' US tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his self-titled debut album.
Grammy-nominated US rockers Hoobastank return with a new single 'More Beautiful, with a new album 'Push Pull' due for release In May.
Caleb Scofield, bassist and vocalist US alt-metal outfits Cave In and Old Man Gloom, has died in a car accident in New Hamsphire aged 39.