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From Tuesday 16 July 2019

Hawthorne Heights cover Billie Eilish

Midwest emo aficionados, Hawthorne Heights, have just released a special project, ‘Dads of Sad’ in which they’ve turned pop into its sad cousin (obviously dressed in all black). Taking on ‘8’ by Billie Eilish and ‘Butterflies’ by Kacey Musgraves – two of pop music’s undisputed queens

SWMRS release new video

Firmly bringing the punk back into punk rock, California quartet SWMRS have released a music video to accompany ‘Lose Lose Lose’, the latest single from their new album ‘Berkeley’s On Fire’. “I always wanted to know what it would feel like to crowd surf if the average age of

Monday 15 July 2019

Witterquick release new single ‘Run’

Exeter-based alt rockers Witterquick – who made their first mark on the scene back in 2016 supporting Nothing But Thieves, releasing EPs ‘Beneath The Spinning Lights’ and ‘Fire And Ice’ in 2016 and 2017 respectively – have now self-released new single ‘Run’, their first new track after a six

Reading + Leeds BBC Music Introducing Stage Confirmed

One of the best platforms for emerging artists on the festival circuit, the line-up for this year’s BBC Music Introducing Stage has now been confirmed, with a whole host of the best in emerging UK artists joining a stacked festival line-up including You Me At Six, Frank Carter &

While She Sleeps announce 2020 tour with Every Time I Die

After both playing triumphant sets at this year’s 2000trees over the last weekend, Sheffield metalcore greats While She Sleeps will be bringing the legendary Every Time I Die to Europe on their biggest tour yet next January. Additional support on the tour will come from Boston’s Vein, with the nine-date

Friday 05 July 2019

Petrol Girls announce UK headline tour

Following the success of new album ‘Cut & Stitch’, Petrol Girls have announced a run of UK headline shows in September. Having spent 2019 touring with the likes of La Dispute, Milk Teeth, and War On Women, as well as a slot at Roskilde and the upcoming 2000 Trees,

Save Ferris Added To Fireball Tour Lineup, plus Hottest Band competition returns

Every year, the Fuelling The Fire Tour brings together some fantastic bands to create spectacularly memorable nights. And the 2019 tour looks no different. Legendary ska punk band Save Ferris will join co-headliners Less Than Jake and Goldfinger, as well as the winners of last year’s Fireball’s Hottest Band

Thursday 04 July 2019

Grayscale release single and announce new album

Following up on the bittersweet tale of ‘Painkiller Weather’, Philadelphia’s Grayscale have now released the second single from their forthcoming new album, along with a moving video to accompany the song. ‘In Violet’ represents a celebration of life in the face of death, with a soaring, uplifting chorus that can’t

Tuesday 02 July 2019

Crystal Lake to headline 2019 Impericon Never Say Die! Tour

It’s the tour with past line-ups that are nothing short of a who’s-who of metalcore’s best and brightest talents, and the Impericon Never Say Die! Tour is set to continue that trend with the announcement of their 2019 edition. Hitting the UK for four dates in November as part of

ROAM announce third album and release new single

Hot on the heels of news that the band will be touring the UK in September alongside With Confidence, South Coast pop punkers ROAM have announced that their new and third full-length album ‘Smile Wide’ will be released on 6 September 2019. The announcement is accompanied by