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From Saturday 21 October 2017

Sincere Engineer releases video for ‘Shattering’

Chicago folk punk Sincere Engineer, aka Deanna Belos, recently released a new video for ‘Shattering’ at Consequence of Sound. The song is featured on her debut album ‘Rhombithian’, which was released last week via Red Scare Industries.

Terrible Love (ex Bastions, Goodtime Boys) unleash new song, ‘Doubt Mines’

Featuring former members of Bastions, Funeral for a Friend, Grappler and Goodtime Boys, Terrible Love have shared a video their new song, ‘Doubt Mines’. It is the title track from their upcoming second EP, which will be released on the 19th January 2018 via Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Through

Human Pyramids (feat. Axes’ Paul Russell) share video for ‘Crackle Pop’

Led by Axes’ Paul Russell, Human Pyramids have shared a 360/VR video for their new song, ‘Crackle Pop’. It is taken from their upcoming second album, ‘Home’, which will be released on the 10th November via Three Mile Town Records (ROW) and Ricco Label (E/SE Asia).

Abattoir Blues announce debut EP, ‘Blinded’

Brighton post punks Abattoir Blues have announced the release of their upcoming debut EP, ‘Blinded’. It will be released on the 24th November via Telharmonium. You can listen to the title track below. The band will also be playing the following UK shows in December. DECEMBER 05 BRISTOL The Crofters Rights 06 LONDON The

Hotel Books stream new song, ‘I’m Almost Happy Here’

Hotel Books have shared their newest song, ‘I’m Almost Happy Here’. It is taken from their upcoming new album, ‘Equivalency’, which will be released globally on the 27th October via InVogue Records and on the 9th February 2018 via Hassle Records in the UK/Europe.

The Dangerous Summer announce new self-titled album

The Dangerous Summer have announced that they will be releasing their upcoming fourth self-titled album next year. It will be released on the 26th January 2018 via Hopeless Records. You can watch the video for the first single, ‘Fire’, below.

Idles announce 2018 headline shows

Bristol post punks Idles have announced that they will be playing two UK headline shows next year. These dates will take place at Gorilla in Manchester on the 18th April 2018 and at Heaven in London the following day on the 19th. These shows will be preceded by their appearance

Blood Youth to support Prophets of Rage in London

Harrogate post hardcore act Blood Youth have announced that they will be supporting Propets of Rage at their upcoming London headline show next month on the 13th November. Earlier this year the band released their debut album ‘Beyond Repair’ via Rude Records. Meanwhile, Prophets of Rage, who feature members of Public

Tonight Alive announce new album, ‘Underworld’, plus UK tour with With Confidence and The Gospel Youth

Tonight Alive have announced the release of their upcoming fourth album, ‘Underworld’. It will be released on the 12th January 2018 via Hopeless Records. You can check out the video for the first single, ‘Temple’, below. The band have also announced that they will be playing the following UK shows

Lights & Motion to release latest album ‘Dear Avalanche’ on vinyl

Headed by Christoffer FranzĂ©n, Swedish post rock project Lights & Motion will be releasing their fourth album ‘Dear Avalanche’ on vinyl for the first time. Originally released earlier this year via Deep Elm Records, this limited 12″ vinyl release will be available on the 15th December via Spartan Records.