Pop punk band Seaway are doing a phenomenal job of spreading their brand of charming rhythms across the globe with phenomenal success. We caught up with members Ryan Locke & Andrew Eichinger to find out the things you really want to know.
Cait: Hey guys how are you?
Ryan: We’re great thanks, how are you?
C: I’m good! Looking forward to seeing anyone today?
Punk band Like Pacific are known for their transformation of raw emotion into their pacing music. We managed to catch a few words with Jordan Black after their absolute stormer of a set at Slam Dunk Midlands.
Cait: How was your set earlier on today?
Jordan: Amazing! So sick. We had such a huge crowd it was literally insane
C: A great turn out for the first band of the day!
Acting as one of the most prominent festivals of the summer for rock fans, Slam Dunk Festival pulled out all the stops this year. Noizze were lucky to experience both Midlands and Leeds sites for 2017, and both did not disappoint!
Kicking proceedings off on the Jägermeister Stage was Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness . Accurately introducing himself as the ‘least heavy act’ on the main stage, McMahon’s notably tone...
A three piece band without guitars? That still works? The idea itself seems confusing and quite the mountainous task, but Nottingham's The Barnum Meserve are the culmination of risk taking music that remains energetic and pushes boundaries whenever possible.
Formed in 2007 by Leon Wiley and Dylan Griffiths and later adding drummer Paul Moss, the trio have had a decade of finding and improving themselves, working tirelessly to wr...
I recently had a chat with Christopher Bowes, from Scottish based Pirate Metal group 'Alestorm' prior to the release of their new album No Grave But The Sea. I caught him in the middle of drinking tea and playing Crusader Kings, which he tells me is a real time strategy game about conquering Europe in the middle ages. We waste no time getting to the questions, as I'm eager to find out more about what makes Alestorm, well, Alestorm.
It was a warm, Tuesday evening outside the Underworld, Camden. John Kevill, singer of Warbringer ran around the que recording the fans excitement. As I entered the venue, I managed to find a great view of the stage while Exmortus began their set.
Exmortus  are an American, extreme metal band. The first thing I noticed about the band was how young the lead guitarist and bassist looked. But, all four members blew me away with the energy they brou...