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Riot Fest confirm Jawbreaker, Nine Inch Nails, Queens Of The Stone Age and more

Riot Fest have announced their initial ine up for this year, and as always, they have pulled something special out of the bag. Legendary emo punk band, Jawbreaker, will reunite and perform for the first time in over 20 years exclusively at the festival. They will headline the final night

Friday 03 March 2017

LIVE: Taking Back Sunday / Frank Iero and the Patience @ O2 Forum, Kentish Town

Taking Back Sunday return to UK shores riding new album ‘Tidal Wave’ all the way. The New Yorkers are no strangers to these parts having last visited back in 2015 to play Slam Dunk Festival and return on the back of their seventh studio album. First

Tuesday 07 February 2017

Taking Back Sunday release video for ‘Call Come Running’

Taking Back Sunday have released a video for ‘Call Come Running’ over at Paper Magazine. It is a sequel of sorts to their previous video for ‘You Can’t Look Back’. It thematically deals with matters of family and adulthood. The track itself is taken from their seventh album, ‘Tidal

Wednesday 14 December 2016

Muncie Girls release Kaputtmacher live session video for ‘Social Side’

Muncie Girls recently recorded a live session at Kaputtmacher Studio in Bochum, Germany. The first video of this session is for latest single ‘Social Side’, which is taken from their debut album ‘From Caplan to Belsize’, which came out earlier this year on Specialist Subject Records (UK), Uncle M Music

Monday 12 December 2016

Opening bands for Taking Back Sunday’s upcoming UK tour have been announced

The opening bands for Taking Back Sunday have been announced for their upcoming UK tour with Frank Iero and the Patience in February 2017. This includes Milestones on the 15th in Manchester, Muncie Girls on the 17th in Nottingham and the 18th in Norwich, and Black Foxxes on the 14th

Thursday 15 September 2016

Taking Back Sunday – ‘Tidal Wave’

When Taking Back Sunday stormed back onto the scene with their ‘Tidal Wave’ title track, it hinted at an exciting reawakening. For the first time in their history they even acquired, although reservedly, notions of “punx”. Its short and sharp ferocity equally suited to Against Me!’s new album, notably

Tuesday 13 September 2016

Taking Back Sunday announce ‘Tidal Wave’ UK dates

Taking Back Sunday will be returning to the UK in February 2017, following the release of their seventh full-length, ‘Tidal Wave’, this Friday. The band, who unveiled the lyric video for new track ‘Death Wolf’ yesterday, will be joined by Frank Iero And The Patience. “By the time most bands get

Monday 12 September 2016

Taking Back Sunday unveil lyric video for new track, ‘Death Wolf’

With their ‘Tidal Wave’ LP due for release Friday 16th September through Hopeless Records, Taking Back Sunday have unveiled the lyric video for new track, ‘Death Wolf’. Taking Back Sunday have already unveiled the album’s title-track and ‘You Can’t Look Back‘.

Tuesday 28 June 2016

Taking Back Sunday unveil the official video for ‘Tidal Wave’

Having very recently confirmed the release of their LP, ‘Tidal Wave’, Taking Back Sunday have unveiled the lead single and title-track. It marks an interesting new direction for the band, stepping away from their emo footsteps in favour of a whole new punk attitude. Hell, this even sounds

Taking Back Sunday announce new album, ‘Tidal Wave’

Taking Back Sunday have announced details of their forthcoming seventh album, ‘Tidal Wave.’ The Long Island emo/rock band will release the album on September 16th through Hopeless Records, and have made the the title track available to stream via Apple Music. It follows on from Taking Back Sunday’s 2014