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From Tuesday 03 May 2016

Nails unveil first part of the making of ‘You Will Never Be One Of Us’

As they gear up to release their third album, Nails have unveiled the first part of the making of ‘You Will Never Be One Of Us’. It will be the Southern Californian metal/hardcore crossover bands first album for Nuclear Blast, and is released on June 17th. Pre-orders are available now,

Praise stream new EP, ‘Leave It All Behind’

Melodic hardcore band, Praise, are streaming their new EP, ‘Leave It All Behind’, over at Noisey. The EP is released this on May 6th via React! Records, and follows on from their 2013 album, ‘Lights Went Out’. Pre-orders are available now, and you can stream ‘Leave It All Behind’

Empty Houses stream new track, ‘Daydream’

Detroit 60’s pop influenced trio, Empty Houses, have premiered the title track from their forthcoming album, ‘Daydream’, over at Billboard. It is the second track to be taken from ‘Daydream’, which is released on June 10th via Sargent House. Digital pre-orders are available now, and you can listen to

The Casket Girls unveil new track, ‘Tears Of A Clown’

Savannah dream pop band, The Casket Girls, have unveiled their new track, ‘Tears Of A Clown’, over at Noisey. It is the first offering to be taken from their forthcoming album, ‘The Night Machines’, which is due for release on June 3rd via Graveface Records. It follows on

House Olympics – ‘Nothing Feels Better Than Feeling Better’

House Olympics recently released their new EP ‘Nothing Feels Better…’ which is a triumph of raw and passionate emo / screamo. Right off the bat it sounds somewhat familiar, in that it’s reminiscent of  many other releases that came to make up ‘The Wave’ in America. Despite the familiarity it’s definitely

Stream the new ‘Fates’ EP by London punks The Drunken Ramblings

The Drunken Ramblings provide everything their name implies. The London four-piece present a fast paced raw punk sound, often unintelligible, suitably coarse and always energetic. From the off-kilter ‘Fates’ intro to the visceral ‘Silhouettes’ and the comparably subdued ‘Grinding My Teeth’, The Drunken Ramblings emit competence in their deliberately

Rarity share video for ‘Stranger’

Taken from their recent ‘I Couldn’t Be Weaker’ LP, Canadian five-piece Rarity have unveiled the official video for ‘Stranger’. It is the latest clip to appear from the record, following one for ‘Absent’ featuring Derek DiScanio of State Champs. ‘I Couldn’t Be Weaker’ is available now via Rise Records and

Limiter stream new track, ‘Swollen’

Barnstaple trio Limiter have unveiled their new track, ‘Swollen’. The melodic rock track is the band’s debut release, arriving ahead of their headline show last weekend. They will be playing alongside Tuskens in Bristol this Wednesday. For more on Limiter, head to Facebook.

Muderhouse reveal video for ‘Party Pooper’

Brighton trio Murderhouse have revealed the official video for ‘Party Pooper’, the second single to be taken from their debut ‘Self Help’ EP. “‘Party Pooper’ is basically a homage to ‘Bad Scene, Everyone’s Fault’ by Jawbreaker,” says vocalist and guitarist James Hunt. “The evening before I wrote the lyrics I

BBC Radio 1 to air hour long Babymetal special tonight

Love them or hate them, Babymetal have taken the UK by storm over the last few months. Turning heads at both Download Festival (appearing alongside Dragonforce) and Reading and Leeds last summer, their sold out headline show at London’s Wembley Arena earlier this month is testament to their success.