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Cursive – ‘Vitriola’

Cursive have never been a band to hold back, and their eighth studio album certainly doesn’t either. Through the lens of nihilism and desolation, ‘Vitriola’ sees the Omaha natives express their thoughts on modern society, comparing the artistic cycle of creation and destruction to that of society’s seemingly impending

Seven years on, and Take the Seven are still standing strong

Picture this. It’s 2011, you’re listening to some unsigned band on the radio, and you’re in complete adoration of their sound. It’s captivating and powerful, the guitar work resonates with every cell in your body, and even in this raw, unrefined demo, the band represent everything great about the

Wednesday 03 October 2018

Architects release new track ‘Royal Beggars’

Brighton five-piece Architects have unveiled the the video for their brand new track, ‘Royal Beggars’, taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Holy Hell’, due for release on November 9th. The Lewis Cater-directed video is the second song to preview the eagerly-awaited return from the band. Watch the video for ‘Royal Beggars’ below:

Fangclub announce UK & Ireland tour dates

Irish rock band Fangclub have announced a short run of club shows in the UK and Ireland this December, in support of their acclaimed EP ‘True Love’. Catch Fangclub at the following dates: DEC 10 LONDON Old Blue Last 12 MANCHESTER Jimmy’s 13 GLASGOW The Garage 14 DUBLIN The Sound House 21 LISTOWEL Mike The Pies All

Youth Killed It – ‘What’s So Great, Britain?’

London/Norwich indie-punks Youth Killed It seem to be completely incapable of sugar-coating. Their brutal honesty and often humorous approach to songwriting is a key component in making their music stand out, and their sophomore album ‘What’s So Great, Britain?’ is certainly no different. Self-produced and recorded at Crystal Sound

Tuesday 02 October 2018

Parkway Drive announce second Manchester show for 2019

Due to huge demand, Australian metal band Parkway Drive have added a second show in Manchester on the UK leg of their forthcoming ‘Reverence’ tour, including a one-off support slot from Bury Tomorrow. While Killswitch Engage and Thy Art Is Murder have been confirmed as main support for the tour,

Normandie reveal ‘Enough’ video

Swedish alt-rock band Normandie have revealed the video for new single ‘Enough’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘White Flag’, due October 26 via Easy Life Records. The track is the third single from the record, following ‘White Flag’ and ‘Ecstasy’. Check out the video for ‘Enough’ here: Normandie will be touring the

Against the Current – ‘Past Lives’

Packed tight with stories of love, life and emotional struggles, ‘Past Lives’ marks the forthcoming sophomore album from Poughkeepsie natives and internet-born pop rock band Against the Current. Starting out the year with a support slot touring alongside Fall Out Boy, the acclaimed trio are still expanding their ever-growing

Eliza Grace shares her story in ‘Slightly South And Very West’

YouTube has become the go-to platform for aspiring musicians to develop their following, experiment with new sounds, and show their appreciation for the bands that inspired them. In the case of LA native Eliza Grace, her journey to stardom was skyrocketed by a cover of Bring Me the Horizon’s

Monday 01 October 2018

The Fever 333 link with Vic Mensa and Travis Barker for remix and join Bring Me The Horizon tour

The Fever 333 have shared an official remix for ‘Made An America’, featuring Vic Mensa and Travis Barker. Directed by Brandon Dermer, the video sees The Fever 333’s vocalist Jason Aalon Butler and Mensa backed by Barker on drums, as they spit vitriol about injustices committed against under-represented communities. In addition, The