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From Wednesday 31 March 2010

Allister reform reports Allister has signed to Universal Japan and will be releasing a brand new album in 2010.

Mayday Parade are champions

Mayday Parade has posted their cover of Queen’s ‘We Are The Champions’ at

More Slam Dunk bands

Crime In Stereo, Sonic Boom Six, Random Hand, Blackhole, Your Demise, Devil Sold His Soul, Azriel and Young Guns have apparently been added to this year’s Slam Dunk Festival line-up.

Fat Mike SXSW video

If you missed Fat Mike’s Cokie The Clown performance at SXSW which everyone was talking about, you can watch the full 40-minute thing HERE

Harvard live set – plus Rock Band news

Harvard will be featured in Rock Band this summer. Vote for which track you want to be included in the game over at They also have a full set filmed in hd over at

Tuesday 30 March 2010

Tiger Please to write song about LARP!

We recently ran a competition for one lucky PT reader to have Tiger Please write a song based on a story from their own life. We’re extremely excited to announce that the winner is Wednesday from Pontypridd and the guys will soon be recording

Double Matinee for Cancer Bats

CANCER BATS ANNOUNCE SECOND ALBUM RELEASE SHOW WITH BANQUET RECORDS – 17th April  Cancer Bats have announced a SECOND matinee show for Banquet records at The Fighting Cocks, Kingston, on Saturday 17th April due to exceptional demand.   The matinee at 4pm sold-out immediately, so Banquet

BSM sale

Big Scary Monsters Records are having a Spring Clean. CD albums are down to just £6, CDEPs are £4 and lots of other bargains are also available, all for one week only! This means cheap releases from the likes of Colour, This Town Needs Guns,

Spy Catcher post new song on myspace

Spy Catcher, featuring Stu Gili-Ross from Gallows, have uploaded a new song livewire to their myspace. The band tour the UK in May with Kids In Glass Houses!


Perhaps unsurprisingly, yesterday was PT’s busiest day ever with more than 20,000 unique visits. At one point 500 people were on the forums, the highest single amount we’ve ever had (not including the Back to the Future timewarp…) While most traffic was for Reading/Leeds, there was a huge spike