NEWS: SEPULTURA – To Host SepulQuarta Mental Health Special Today

SEPULTURA are dedicating this week's 'SepulQuarta’ session to mental health awareness, and will be welcoming the famous artist Derek Hess alongside America Paredes from Mental Health America for a chat. Derek Hess made his mark by creating an own unique style of work, making strong connections in the music world, whereas Mental Health America is the United States' leading community-based non-profit dedicated to addressing the needs of … Continue reading NEWS: SEPULTURA – To Host SepulQuarta Mental Health Special Today

NEWS: MATT MITCHELL & THE COLDHEARTS – Releases Powerful New Video To Help Raise Awareness For World Mental Health Day

Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts released the powerful radio remix track ‘Unavailable’ in conjunction to help raise awareness of World Mental Health Day 2020 (Saturday 10th October). Originally featured on Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts 2019 eponymous debut album, 'Unavailable' tells a story of someone who is trying to find themselves in a world of … Continue reading NEWS: MATT MITCHELL & THE COLDHEARTS – Releases Powerful New Video To Help Raise Awareness For World Mental Health Day

ROCK OUT STAND OUT PLAYLIST: WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY 2020

Most of you may know it's World Mental Health Awareness Day. During these times, it's more important than ever to speak about our mental health and be honest with how things are. Big or small, each struggle and fight is important. To honour this day, some of the Rock Out Stand Out team have placed … Continue reading ROCK OUT STAND OUT PLAYLIST: WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY 2020

YOUR STORIES: WHY? & THE WALL – A Look At Two Depictions Of Living With Mental Health Problems In Music

For this article, Rock Out Stand Out's Jacob takes a look at depictions of mental health problems in rock and metal music. In particular, he looks at Devin Townsend song Why? and classic PINK FLOYD album The Wall. This Saturday the 10th is World Mental Health Day. So I thought it would be interesting to … Continue reading YOUR STORIES: WHY? & THE WALL – A Look At Two Depictions Of Living With Mental Health Problems In Music

MENTAL HEALTH TOOLS: W.R.A.P (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)

Wellness Recovery Action Plan was created by Mary Ellen Copeland and a team of volunteer patients from the USA. It is comprehensive program to enable to user to build a plan to suite themselves. It is designed to look at what can trigger a period or mental unstably and have in plan in place to … Continue reading MENTAL HEALTH TOOLS: W.R.A.P (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)

YOUR STORIES: Lessons For After Lockdown

This story comes from editor-in-chief Lotty Whittingham. It's no secret that lockdown due to COVID-19 has caused lots of anguish and worry. She wrote about how lockdown effected her mental wellbeing and what she wishes to continue with after restrictions are lifted. During lockdown, my mental health has really been like a roller coaster. I … Continue reading YOUR STORIES: Lessons For After Lockdown

YOUR STORIES: The Hidden Year

It's Mental Health Awareness Week, over the next few days we will be sharing some stories from some brave individuals about living with mental illness or ill mental health. This story comes from someone who has suffered depression throughout their life. They speak about a particular year of their life that they have kept hidden. … Continue reading YOUR STORIES: The Hidden Year

YOUR STORIES: Body Dysmorphia In The Metal Scene

A few months ago, Jacob McCrone submitted a story about how a game helped him overcome depression. Now he is writing for Rock Out Stand Out, he has researched into body dysmorphia amongst men in the metal scene and has written a piece. Here is what he found out. I was at Bloodstock a few … Continue reading YOUR STORIES: Body Dysmorphia In The Metal Scene

YOUR STORIES: Many Years To Recognise The Black Dog

Band manager Andy Ayres shares his story battling depression in his teenage years and how two very important people in his life helped towards his recovery. It took me many years and a brilliant GP to recognise my anxiety and clinical depression. I had grown up in my school years as so many kids today … Continue reading YOUR STORIES: Many Years To Recognise The Black Dog