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From Tuesday 29 April 2014

Braid Announces First New Album In 16 Years, ‘No Coast’

Remember that time we got Braid to play in London after they reformed? That was fun! Now, the band have decided to make a new album, their first in 16 years. ‘No Coast’ will be released through Topshelf Records on Tuesday July 08 (US), and you can see the cover

Andrew Jackson Jihad stream new album!

Andrew Jackson Jihad are streaming their really awesome new album ‘Christmas Island’ in full NOW. Spoiler alert: it’s really brilliant. You can check this out right now below: (SOURCE: AV CLUB You can pre-order the new album here: The band are

Goldfinger pull out of Slam Dunk Festival appearances

Goldfinger have withdrawn from this year’s Slam Dunk Festival and surrounding Slam Dunk Ska Punk tour in the UK. The band will not be able to play due to injury, and it means that Zebrahead will top the bill at the Slam Dunk Ska Punk shows now, apart from Norwich

Stream New Bane Track And Read Interview On Their Decision To Call It A Day

It is not long until the release of Bane’s final album, ‘Don’t Wait Up’. It is out on May 13th on Equal Vision. Noisey magazine has debut’d advance track ‘All The Way Through’, along with providing us with a candid interview on the demise of

Charlie Simpson details new album and London show

Ex-Busted and Fightstar vocalist Charlie Simpson has confirmed his new solo record, ‘Long Road Home’, will be released on the 14th July 2014. “The making of this album has been an incredible journey for me, it is probably the hardest record I have ever had to make,” he confessed

Death Rattles (ex JCQ) post debut song online

Death Rattles, started by Maud of The JCQ have posted their first song online. Fans of trippy, heavy, fast shit will enjoy thoroughly, so we’re hoping they play with Turbowolf soon so we can lose our minds for an entire evening. Check out ‘Insect Heaven’ below.

Southsea Fest 2014 announce initial line up including Dinosaur Pile Up

Southsea Fest is back in 2014 on September 20, and today the initial line up has been revealed, featuring Dinosaur Pile Up, Fear Of Men, Laurel, Brontide, Mazes, Eliza and the Bear, Pawws, and BLESSA as well as the bands below… 100 Onces, Alpha Male Tea Party, Bad Grammar, Beautiful

TECH-FEST 2014 add Devil Sold His Soul and more

Taking place at Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire, TECH-FEST 2014 have added 13 bands to their line-up, including Devil Sold His Soul, Alaya and The Algorithm. The full list of additions are: DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL ALAYA CHIMP SPANNER THE ALGORITHM MARTYR DEFILED DESTINY POTATO DAVID MAXIM MICI – BILO EUMERIA (Europe exclusive) NOW VOYAGER SHIELDS NO SIN ESCAPES HIS GAZE NOISE

Devon Kay and the Solutions releasing ‘Losing It’ on vinyl

Chicago based pop punkers Devon Kay and the Solutions have announced plans to release their first album ‘Losing It’ on vinyl AND set up pre-orders for their upcoming EP ‘Nothing’s Cool Anymore’. The band have teamed up with Artistic Integrity Records to raise funds for the project via

Max Raptor announce Sonisphere warm-up show

Max Raptor have announced a one-off date in Bideford on Wednesday 2nd July as a warm-up to their performance at this year’s Sonisphere Festival. Support on the night will come from local band Pretend Happy (formally Framework), Skata Tones and She Called Shotgun. Max Raptor join the likes of Glamour