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From Friday 30 August 2019

LIVE: A Day To Remember @ House Of Vans, London

It’s been a long time since tonight’s headline act have played in the UK. Their last full tour culminated in a near sold out Wembley Arena in front of 10,000 people – tonight they play to an audience of just 850. Following Dan P. Carter’s opening DJ set, with a

Monday 24 June 2019

LIVE: Fever 333 @ Electric Ballroom, London

Strength In Numbers is a statement adopted by Fever 333 as a sign of unity, and the fact that they have managed to sell out Camden’s Electric Ballroom with no support acts to play before them speaks volumes for how many people have faith in this band; tonight is

Thursday 13 June 2019

LIVE: Underoath / Parting Gift @ Electric Ballroom, Camden

Since they reformed in 2015, Underoath playing live in the UK has been a rarity, with the band citing cost as the primary reason. When they have made it over the pond, though – usually for festivals and warm up shows – they’ve been lauded as being at the

Monday 03 June 2019

LIVE: Bring Me The Horizon @ The Dome, London

War Child’s BRITs week together with O2 started in February – and now comes to an end on 29 May, 2019. Originally booked to play a show at The Dome in February, Bring Me The Horizon were forced to reschedule to tonight due to front man Oli Sykes requiring

Sunday 05 May 2019

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – ‘End Of Suffering’

As ‘Kitty Sucker’ starts with it’s fuzzy guitar line, Frank Carter declares that he’s a ‘Punk Rock Renegade’, something the British music media has known since he rose to prominence with Gallows. From the snotty, bloody face of British punk, to a one man juggernaut, Frank Carter is starting

Sunday 10 March 2019

This is Holding Absence…

Wednesday 27 February 2019

LIVE: Enter Shikari @ The Dome, London

Tufnell Park Dome has a long history of hosting legendary bands, and this year was chosen as one of the venues to host a number of Brits Week performances. In conjunction with War Child, the charity week of shows gives fans a chance to see some of the biggest

Tuesday 29 January 2019

LIVE: Enter Shikari / Black Peaks @ Brixton Academy, London

Enter Shikari have been abusing the worthless boundaries of music genres for near two decades now – combining rock, hip-hop, metal, drum & bass and strings, amongst others, sometimes all in the same song. Never staying still or safe, they’ve become one of the UK’s very best bands, with

Monday 17 December 2018

LIVE: Bring Me The Horizon / Fever 333 @ Alexandra Palace, London

Bring Me The Horizon have arguably become one of British rock music’s leaders in the current generation. They’ve released the game-changing ‘That’s The Spirit’ over three years ago, an album that’s seen them play countless sold out shows all over the world including two nights at the O2 Arena.

Tuesday 04 September 2018

LIVE: The Fever 333 @ Islington Academy

After letlive. ended, the world waited to see what the next move was. Then came The Fever 333. Taking the hooks, big riffs and melding them into a more hip-hop orientated style, Jason Aalon Butler was back and in a big way. The fact that they have released a