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March 17, 2020

Metalcore, much like every other style of music, appears to be a universal language. Regardless of the nationality of the band or the language it’s communicated in, the genre has always been able to resonate the same emotions of rage and unity across the globe, with countless bands from all corners the planet approaching the genre and applying their own spin on it. One such band that have embraced the genre and are now making a pitch for the big...

February 28, 2020

Imagine a band boasting members of Delta Sleep, Luo and Broker – what does it sound like? Whatever you’re mentally envisioning, it probably differs greatly from the actual reality. Formed of UK left-field royalty, Brighton’s InTechnicolour present slack and stoned desert groove with a vibrant and contemporary twist. With their new album Big Sleeper out now via Big Scary Monsters, we got in touch with the band to find out what albums where inspira...

February 27, 2020

Belgium – a quaint and historic country famed for it’s luscious pastures and serene cobblestoned streets. However, beneath the nation’s charming facade a musical creature of utmost peculiarity contorts in perpetual restlessness. Enter the surrealist world of the ever idiosyncratic beast that is The Guru Guru, Belgium’s latest musical export of top tier quality.

A band that deals in what they define as ‘borderline-rock’, the qui...

February 17, 2020

“Sweat, loss of hearing and tears,” reply the band when asked about what they want people to experience when catching them live for the first time. It’s a brief but perfectly tailored answer, one that encapsulates the sound of DITZ in a nutshell. Emerging recently from the deafening hive that is the Brighton scene, the noise-punk quintet have been the subject of much debate and discussion within the UK DIY scene as of late. A topic that’s been fu...

February 14, 2020

In many ways, Pat Sheridan embodies exactly what it means to be a guitarist on the front line of extreme metal in 2020. Having been a prominent figure in Fit For An Autopsy's sometimes slow, but always sure ascension: he's one of the many musicians in alternative music that have had to scratch and claw for every segment of success they could dig their nails in to for over a decade, but in essence: there's really no one else like him. 

His pre...

February 8, 2020

Composed of members of Fresh, Finish Flag and Happy Accidents, the lo-fi indie punk trio Cheerbleederz soundtrack the hidden sanctums of peace and love within the callous urban labyrinth that is inner London. Released on Friday via Alcopop! Records, the group's brilliant second EP Lobotany showcases this fact through gentle, pure but fierce indie punk. We got in touch with vocalist Kathryn Woods who detailed the meanings and inspirations beneath...

February 5, 2020

By now you may well have already heard of the global phenomenon The HU (not to be confused with Roger Daltrey and co). Despite forming less than four years ago, the Mongolian group have shaken the musical world with their unique brand of “Hunnu Rock”, with their music video for 'Wolf Totem' already boasting well over 25 million views since its release in late 2018. Chances are you've probably come across this video at some point, as it became a v...

January 19, 2020

Sometimes it's not until push comes to shove that you find out what you're truly made of. And as New Jersey extreme metal trio Lorna Shore gear towards the release of their third full length LP Immortal: it's fair to say their backs are against the wall. The hill staring them in the face and daring them to attempt a climbing run has been thrust upon them through no fault of their own, this time last month the band were a quartet, and the departur...

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