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January 19, 2020

Taking the thrash metal scene in their stride, Swansea based quintet Helldown have been extremely quiet since 2016’s self-titled demo. Having previously being hailed as the new wave of British thrash, it’s clear that there’s a huge precedent to be set by the band. Needless to say, new EP, In Deaths Hands, is a relentlessly aggressive ode to old school thrash metal. Comprising of 4 singles, this EP takes clear influence from the greats; channellin...

October 31, 2019

It’s fair to say that Stray From The Path are connoisseurs of causing controversy. With a discography as politically fuelled as theirs, it’s easy to assume that proceeding material will follow a similar theme. However, new record Internal Atomics quite literally strays from their usual political path, proving that they’re certainly no one trick pony. 

Sure, you can find all of their usual musical characteristics throughout the release; their...

October 4, 2019

Since 2016’s self-titled EP, Mancunian quartet Tirade have been relatively quiet. However, newest EP Nothing Dramatic is sure to bring these boys back to life, offering a fun yet smooth and mature approach to new wave pop punk.

The opening, and title track channels early Lower Than Atlantis from the off, providing infectious energy and downbeat punchy riffs to compliment their clear punk influence. It's a brand of musicianship that shines througho...

October 3, 2019

When you already have an undeniably impressive backlog of releases, it must be a real task to create a piece of work to success those albums. However, Pennsylvania four-piece The Menzingers have yet again proven that they’re a force to be reckoned with, cementing their place at the top of the punk rock pile. Despite Hello Exile being set for a fall after the huge success of After The Party, it has blown all expectations. Even with such a surprisi...

September 7, 2019

Eastbourne’s pop punk kings are back at it again; resurrecting their trademark bouncy riffs and catchy choruses that we’ve been so fond of since 2013’s Head Down. Follow up Great Heights And Nosedives opened up countless doors for ROAM: touring across the USA with their peers Like Pacific, and gracing prestigious festivals across the globe to name a few. It seems that new record Smile Wide is set to catapult these guys back right back into the li...

August 12, 2019

With the August bank holiday looming, we’re officially counting down the days until one of the biggest, and arguably one of the best, British festivals of the year.  Since residing In Brahman Park in the early 2000’s, Leeds Festival has welcomed some of the world’s most prestigious acts; Oasis, Metallica and Eminem to name a few. A festival that has always been acknowledged for its wide calibre of artists, this year boasts extreme talent acr...

July 31, 2019

In a genre that’s uncontrollably overflowing with fresh meat, it’s easy to blend in with the crowd. From palm-muting bass to solo riffs, all the generics of metalcore are constantly covered in the UK’s heavily populated scene. However, London-based quintet THECITYISOURS are on course to catapult into the limelight with new release, Low, proving that it’s still possible to produce a fresh offering in this overly saturated genre that pushes past th...

June 26, 2019

Combining poppy bops with hip hop beats, UNFD’s fresh meat Woes have produced a fresh yet familiar release in Awful Truth that is set to accompany you all summer long. The Scottish boys, who are known for their classic pop-like sound, have taken their material to the next level, incorporating multiple genres to produce a refreshing take on the UK’s pop punk scene.

Album intro 'Boy' immediately offers an atmospheric spin on their newly acquired syn...

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