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From Tuesday 29 March 2005


Submitted by The Killerest Expression: “We’ve got a new Myspace page set up at with 2 brand new tunes for you to listen to. Make sure you add us to your friend list if you’ve got a page there. We’re also currently busy finishing


Submitted: “Leicester pop-punk/rockers, Random Outcome have finished recording their first demo. All 3 tracks are available at or at any of their shows!”

TMS support MCS

The Maple State have been confirmed to support Motion City Soundtrack at the latter’s only two UK headline shows. Make sure you get tickets fast because these shows will sell out… The dates are: May 13 – Wolverhampton Little Civic May 14 – London Water Rats

One hundred and EIGHTY!

Members of The New Lev Yashin and a former member of Stories and Comets have hooked up to form a new band – and you can hear four demos at

Word of advice, change the name

Submitted: “South Wales hardcore punks Dick Truth have released their first demo. It features two tracks and is available for free from any of their shows. Alternatively, you can download the tracks (entitled The Easy Way To Burn Up and Fat Cat) at Email for

I think they’ve settled in…

The Maple State continue to get some amazing reviews for their latest Punktastic Recordings-released CD, ‘At Least Until We’ve Settled In’. You can check out a 5/5 review at Static Domain and then a 10/10 review, and subsequent band of the month rating, at

Maybe we should be called instead?

Taken from “Reel Big Fish have experienced some lineup changes. Ryland Steen has taken over drum duties, and John Christianson is the bands new trumpet player.”

VGS will not call it quits

Despite personal tragedy, and rumours they may quit, Voodoo Glow Skulls are not calling it a day. A band statement reads: “Let me clear some things up for all of you. We have been hearing rumors that we are breaking up and or calling it quits?! How


Some of the bands playing this years Truck Festival, on July 23 and 24, are: Biffy Clyro, Hondo Maclean, Jetplane Landing and yourcodenameis: milo. Tickets are priced at £27.50, subject to booking fee. Subject to availability, tickets will increase in


Devon ska-punks Robolint have a new song called ‘The Ballad of Mr Bun’ up at