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From Sunday 29 June 2014

Crown The Empire stream new song ‘Bloodline’

Crown The Empire has released a new song ‘Bloodline’ taken from their upcoming album ‘The Resistance: Rise of The Runaways’ which is due to release on 22nd July via Rise Records. Check out the video below! Don’t forget, you can see the band perform live this autumn supporting Asking

Cotton Weary reunite for one-off gig

Cotton Weary, featuring Chas Palmer-Williams and Neil Draycott of Lightyear, will be playing a one-off show at The Victoria Inn in Derby on the 24th July. Completed by Ben Chapman, Cotton Weary released their self-titled and only record in 2001. Tickets for the show go on sale tomorrow. For further

Saturday 28 June 2014

Hotel Books streaming new double EP

Hotel Books are streaming their new double EP ahead of its release next week via Alternative Press. ‘I’m Almost Happy Here, But I Never Feel At Home’ takes the story telling of the likes of Listener and La Dispute, and underpins it with an ethereal post-rock soundscape. The

The Dead Rabbitts stream new album via Revolver

Set for release after the weekend, Revolver Magazine have grabbed the exclusive stream of the new record by metalcore supergroup The Dead Rabbitts. ‘Shapeshifter’ is the second record by the group, which features members and former members of Escape The Fate, Motionless In White, Alesana and Greeley

Create To Inspire claim Red Bull Download Festival title

Following an intense nationwide competition to discover the best unsigned talent, Red Bull Studios have announced Create To Inspire as the winners of their Live at Download Competition. Create To Inspire take the title following various competition stages which saw them voted for by the public and industry insiders,

Geoff Rickley launches Collect Records

Geoff Rickley, solo-performer and vocalist of post-hardcore veterans Thursday, has officially launched Collect Records, following a number of co-releases including the debut Touche Amore and United Nations records. The first releases by Collect Records proper will include the second album by Black Clouds, the debut album by Quicksand and

Raise The Mast announce charity compilation

Raise The Mast have confirmed a charity compilation spanning a number of genres. The record will raise money for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society which aims to both raise awareness and stop the destruction of wildlife and their habitat across UK shores, and further afield. The fourteen tracks include

Fort Hope release new video ahead of Sonisphere Festival

Fort Hope have unveiled the video for ‘New Life’, taken from this year’s ‘Courage’ LP. The video arrives ahead of their appearance at Sonisphere Festival next weekend. Fort Hope will be performing on the Jagermeister and Satellite Stages on Saturday the 5th July.

Friday 27 June 2014

The Murderburgers re-release ‘How To Ruin Your Life’ on Asian Man Records

Scottish pop-punk band The Murderburgers have released a remastered version of 2012’s ‘How To Ruin Your Life’. Asian Man Records are releasing the vinyl version soon and it can be downloaded off Amazon and iTunes for the time being. The re-release is the first time that the album will

Hevy Fest Adopts a Family of Monkeys

Hevy Fest are supporting the conservation work of Port Lympne’s Aspinall Foundation by adopting a family of monkeys. Not only that, they’re offering people the chance to name one of the youngest monkeys, over on Facebook. Hevy Fest is taking place on Friday 15th August and Saturday 15th August at Port