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From Thursday 18 November 2021

Maybeshewill – ‘No Feeling is Final’

In September 2015, Leicester quintet Maybeshewill announced that their time as a band would be coming to an end, with a final tour scheduled for 2016. In a post on their website entitled “The Last Tour”, they wrote “We don’t see another Maybeshewill record in our futures right now,

Friday 12 November 2021

LIVE: Trash Boat @ Electric Ballroom, London

Fresh from supporting Skindred on a couple of dates on their recent UK tour, along with appearances at the Download Pilot and rescheduled Slam Dunk festivals, Trash Boat have had more practice than most in putting on a show this year. This is clear as they take to the

Thursday 09 September 2021

God Damn – ‘Raw Coward’

Self-penning their own particular brand of “doom punk”, Midlanders God Damn are back with their fourth album and first release as a four-piece, delivering ten tracks of guitar-filled blistering noise on new record ‘Raw Coward’. Recorded remotely over lockdown, it blends a DIY rawness with clever mixing to showcase

Wednesday 14 July 2021

Yonaka – ‘Seize The Power’

Brighton four-piece Yonaka haven’t really stopped since releasing debut album ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’ back in 2019. Throughout the enforced break to touring, they’ve been busy writing a lot of new material and played both the May and December stay-at-home Five4FiveFest days in support of the Music Venue Trust’s

Thursday 03 June 2021

INTERVIEW: ATREYU

Thursday 15 April 2021

INTERVIEW – While She Sleeps

With a new model of fan engagement already launched, and a corresponding album of the same name scheduled for release on 16th April, While She Sleeps are hoping to change the way the music industry works to improve the relationship between bands and their fans. The Sleeps Society aims

Tuesday 19 January 2021

INTERVIEW: Less Than Jake

After a tumultuous year of change, uncertainty and melancholy, Less Than Jake brought some well needed familiarity with the release of their ninth full length album ‘Silver Linings’. The positivity, energy and consistency of the Florida ska punk outfit is a welcome break from the doom and gloom that

Wednesday 28 October 2020

The OBGMs – ‘The Ends’

Hailing from Toronto, The OBGMs are a punk rock trio marching to the beat of their own drum. A lot has changed in the past couple of years for vocalist and guitarist Densil McFarlane, drummer Colanthony Humphrey and bassist Joe Brosnan, and second album ‘The Ends’, shows a renewed,

Thursday 22 October 2020

Pallbearer – ‘Forgotten Days’

Three years on from their previous release, Arkansas doom rockers Pallbearer are back with their fourth studio album ‘Forgotten Days’, which sees a return to their earlier doom roots and heavy, crushing sound. Although written last year, the darker themes of the album feel particularly apt as a reflection

Thursday 08 October 2020

snake eyes – ‘skeletons’

South Coast three-piece snake eyes may only have been around for a short time, but they’ve been hard at work writing and promoting their debut EP, ‘skeletons’. They managed to fit in just one show in Brighton back in January before lockdown halted the live music scene, and they’ve