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God Damn release video for ‘It Bites’

God Damn recently released a video for their latest single, ‘It Bites’. The video sees the band dealing with a problem of zombified proportions. The song itself is taken from last year’s third effort, ‘Everything Ever’, on One Little Indian Records. The Leeds alt rockers also have a few confirmed shows →

Gone Wishing unveils cover of Karate’s ‘The New Hangout Condition’

Gone Wishing, the solo project of former Bonehouse and current Please, Believe member Owen McLaughlin, has released a cover of the song ‘The New Hangout Condition’ by Boston indie rockers Karate. The song was originally released on Karate’s 1997 sophomore album, ‘In Place of Real Insight’. As well as finishing the →

Scream protest Trump presidency with video for previously unreleased track, ‘Politics Is Entertainment’

Washington, D.C. hardcore punks Scream have released a video for their previously unreleased track, ‘Politics Is Entertainment’. The video protests the presidency of the recently inaugurated Donald Trump. Alongside this, the band will be reissuing their 1988 four album, ‘No More Censorship’, through Southern Lord Records. The record will be →

First Blood release new track, ‘These Are the Rules’

First Blood recently premiered their new track, ‘These Are the Rules’, over at Upset Magazine. It is taken from the metallic hardcore band’s upcoming third album, ‘Rules’, which will be available on the 10th February through Pure Noise Records. You can pre-order it here. The band will also be →

Pillow Talk announce debut album, ‘This Is All Pretend’

Memphis lo-fi band Pillow Talk recently announced the release of their debut album, ‘This Is All Pretend’. Produced by Hum’s Matt Talbot, the record follows up their 2015 debut EP, ‘What We Should Have Said’. It will be available on the 10th March via Animal Style Records. To coincide with the →

Terror share video for ‘Deep Rooted’

Terror have unveiled a video for their track ‘Deep Rooted’, which appeared on their 2015 album, ‘The 25th Hour’. The band, who have recently signed to Pure Noise Records, posted the video on Facebook with a message explaining the bands roots in hardcore. Take a look at ‘Deep Rooted’ below. →

Slaves (US) return with new single ‘I’d Rather See Your Star Explode’

Slaves (US) have returned with new single ‘I’d Rather See Your Star Explode’. In April 2016 the band announced they were calling it a day, but not ready to give up, vocalist Jonny Craig, bassist Colin Vieira and guitarist Weston Richmond have pieced the band back together to work on →

Napalm Death, Brujeria, and Iron Reagan announce UK shows

Napalm Death have announced three UK shows as part of an extensive European tour. They will play three shows in Birmingham, Manchester and London, and are joined on the tour by Brujeria, and Iron Reagan. Tickets are on sale now, and you can see the dates for the tour below. →

Mastodon share cryptic teaser for their new album

Mastodon have shared cryptic (and quite frankly, bizarre) video teasing their new album. While details are being kept firmly under wraps at this point, the album will be the follow up to their 2014 album, ‘Once More ‘Round The Sun’. Take a look at the video below. →

While She Sleeps share title track from ‘You Are We’

While She Sleeps have unveiled the title track from their forthcoming album, ‘You Are We’. The album itself is released on April 21st, and is available to pre-order now. Th band will be on tour throughout April and May which you can see the dates for below, along with a stream →

PWR BTTM unveil new track, ‘Vacation’

PWR BTTM have unveiled a new track, ‘Vacation’. It is released as part of the Our First 100 Days Project, which aims to raise money to protect causes under threat from the new U.S administration. The New York duo shared the following statement via Facebook regarding their contribution: “Vacation” isn’t about a →

Saturday 21 January 2017

Weirds announce UK dates

Weirds have just announced a short string of UK shows in March. Three of the five dates will see the Leeds alt band play various venues in London. They are also going to be releasing a new record soon on Alcopop! Records. You can view the teaser for that below. →

Pinegrove stream new live album, ‘Elsewhere’, in support of Southern Poverty Law Centre

Pinegrove have released a new live album, entitled ‘Elsewhere’, on their bandcamp page. The songs were recorded on one of their US dates with Kevin Devine, Petal and Julien Baker in November 2016. The record will be released on cassette for a 1st March release. All proceedings from purchasing the →

Chartered Trips releases demo of new song, ‘Freddie Quell’

Chartered Trips, the solo project of Undo’s Iain Bethel, is streaming a demo of his newly released song, ‘Freddie Quell’, on bandcamp. This lo-fi recording follows up last year’s debut EP, ‘Kerosene’. Freddie Quell(Demo) by Chartered Trips →

Pijn unleash debut EP, ‘Floodlit’

Manchester based collective Pijn are exclusively streaming their debut record, ‘Floodlit’, for The Independent. Containing four tracks of soaring and sombersome post rock/metal, the record will be available this Friday 27th January via Holy Roar Records. The band also have a number of upcoming shows in the next couple of →

Pinegrove’s Sam Skinner unveils debut EP, ‘Danny Through Junior

Sam Skinner, who is best known as being a member of Pinegrove as well as Tawny Peaks, is streaming his debut EP, ‘Danny Through Junior’, with The AV Club. This four track release of endearing and intricate indie will be available on the 27th January through Soft Speak Records. →

MELT release video for ‘Rewind’

New Jersey alt rockers MELT have released a video for the song ‘Rewind’ at Upset Magazine. This shimmering tune is taken from last year’s debut album, ‘Riffer’, on Danger Collective and Topshelf Records. →

Sleater-Kinney stream ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’ from upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’

Sleater-Kinney are currently streaming a live version of ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’, taken from their upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’. The upcoming record was recorded at the band’s performance at La Cigale in Paris on the 20th March 2015 on the European segment of their ‘No Cities to Love’ →

Cheap Girls Call It A Day

Michigan rock band Cheap Girls have announced they will be ending the band with immediate effect and cancelling all future shows. In a searingly honest Facebook post, guitarist and vocalist Ian Graham wrote, “To me, Cheap Girls feels like something that I’ve used to exercise the →

Uniform share video for ‘The Killing Of America’

New York duo, Uniform, have unveiled a video for ‘The Killing of America’. The track is taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Wake In Fright’, which is released on January 20th via Sacred Bones. Pre-orders are available now, and you can watch their new ‘The Killing of America’ below. →

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