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From Monday 21 May 2018

As It Is release new single and announce new album

After weeks of cryptic messages being posted on social media and letters being sent out to fans, As It Is have released a new single ‘The Wounded World’. The single unveils a new era for the band and reveals a new look (primarily for front man Patty Walters). Along

Loathe unveil new bassist

After the departure of bassist Shayne Smith a few weeks ago, Loathe have revealed that Feisal El-Khazragi (ex-Holding Absence guitarist) will be joining the band in Smith’s place. In Feisal’s departing statement he mentioned he would announce a new musical project and true to his word he announced he

When Thieves Are About release new video

New Jersey  pop-punk outfit When Thieves Are About have released a new music video for their track ‘Youth Decay’. The track is taken from their debut album which is out now. Check the video out below:

Patrons release new single

Plymouth based Patrons have released a new single ‘Saorsa’ along with an accompanying lyric video. Vocalist/guitarist Danny Brooks says the song is “about finding salvation in letting go of bullshit and focusing on the things that truly matter”. Watch the lyric video for ‘Saorsa’ here:   Patrons are heading out to support

The Coathangers release new video and announce tour

Garage punks The Coathangers have released a live video for their song ‘Hurricane’. The song was originally released on their 2011 album ‘Larceny and Old Lace’, the live version will be released on their upcoming album, simply entitled ‘Live’ which is out June 1 via Suicide Squeeze. Listen to the

Desertfest 2018: Friday

Cancer Bats, Death By Stereo, Funeral Shakes @ The Underworld

In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Hail Destroyer, Cancer Bats and friends played 4 sold out nights at the Underworld. We were lucky enough to catch the carnage on days 2 and 4.

Camden Rocks Festival Preview

After completely selling out in 2016, Camden Rocks is back for its 7th year with over 200 bands playing 20+ venues across one of London’s hippest areas. Camden is home to some of the most iconic London venues, many of which are frequented by up and coming talent, making

As It Is bring 2000s emo to 2018

As It Is have a habit of teasing fans. Prior to the release of ‘okay.’ they posted glitching photos and mystery dates and recently the band have been sending yet more cryptic messages, stating “the crash is coming” and sending letters to fans in the form of a newspaper. Well

Friday 18 May 2018

Death Cab For Cutie announce intimate show

Death Cab For Cutie have announced an intimate show at London’s Scala on June 19. The show will accompany the bands performance at Meltdown Festival which takes place on June 18. Along with this Death Cab For Cutie have also been teasing something with a video which shares a snippet