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From Friday 23 February 2018

Video premiere of Pretty Pistol’s ‘Drive Me To The Dogs’

We’re pleased to bring you Pretty Pistol’s latest single ‘Drive Me To The Dogs’, which comes from the band’s upcoming EP ‘Welcome To The Dead Club’, due out on April 13 through SaySomething Records. The band will play a free release show for the single at London’s Birthdays

Hot Mulligan Are Getting Hotter

It’s time for Taking Back Sunday fans to get seriously excited; their spiritual successor has arrived. The lead single from Hot Mulligan’s upcoming album ‘Pilot’ is an upbeat emo/pop punk crossover, confusingly titled ‘All You Wanted By Michelle Branch’. Retrospective verses that will make you nostalgic for events that

Thursday 22 February 2018

Stop what you’re doing. Underoath are back.

‘Going on hiatus’ is never a statement you want to hear from a band you love and Underoath’s announcement was devastatingly timed. Their final album ‘Disambiguation’ managed to consolidate everything they were best at, while still offering a fresh new angle, with Spencer Chamberlain getting the opportunity to showcase

Earth Caller – ‘Crystal Death’

Australian band Earth Caller shot down the fast lane in their early career; their first album ‘Degenerate’ made a mark in hardcore. Soon after, the band imploded with front man Josh Collard being the last man standing. Armed with a new line-up, ‘Crystal Death’ has arrived.

Wednesday 21 February 2018

We Were Sharks – ‘Lost Touch’

Recent Victory Records signees We Were Sharks are back with a follow-up to their 2015 release ‘Not A Chance’ and though it’s been a while, these tracks are worth the wait. If you’re yet to hear the Canadian sextet, this is the perfect place to start; tracks

Crossing The Limits unveil their debut single ‘Won’t Settle’

Pop-punk newcomers Crossing The Limits are ready to unveil their debut single ‘Won’t Settle’. The track comes from the band’s upcoming EP ‘Perseverance’, due out on April 6, which will be followed by a release show at The Waterfront in Norwich on April 20. You can pre-order a copy

LIVE: Despised Icon/Malevolence/Archspire/Vulvodynia @ The Dome, London

Deathcore became over saturated in the mid ’00s with bands that tried to sound heavy, but weren’t particularly interesting. Despised Icon, however, have always been one of the exceptions that do the genre justice. Whilst co-vocalist Alex Erian has frequently toured the UK with Obey The Brave, tonight marks Despised Icon’s first

Alien Ant Farm, Soil, Local H @ O2 Academy, Leeds

A Sudden Burst of Colour are going down a storm

In January I placed A Sudden Burst of Colour on our Ones to Watch in 2018 list, and it hasn’t taken long for the Scottish quartet to prove that they thoroughly deserve to be there. ‘I Am The Storm’ is a fantastically warm, uplifting slice of post-rock that

Conjurer – ‘Mire’

Heavy metal was, at its point of conception, very British. Though you could argue yourself blue in the face whether the very first truly ‘metal’ band was Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath (it’s Sabbath, don’t be a dummy), either way you cut it, the fact is that