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November 30, 2017

As a self identified “mid-fi synth wave, slow-motion funk” creator, Com Truise [8] has attracted a respectable  crowd for his show at Bristol’s The Fleece. It’s clear why immediately from the slickness at which he gets to work. Building his opener with percussion that finishes on the hi-hat it’s apparent why Com Truise has dug himself the niche he has. Seth Haley, the man behind the moniker shows no intention of doing things conventionally. This...

November 29, 2017

If it's pop punk with a sweet charm and a big heart you're searching for - West Midlanders You Know The Drill generally bring both in abundance.

Thrusting themselves onto the up and coming pop punk scene in 2016 with their debut EP Losing Streak, the Birmingham quartet have been spending the better part of the last year and a half building up the kind of live experience that currently sees them sit as a band whose future is open, wide, and as br...

November 28, 2017

Download Festival continues to get even tastier - as this evening they announced their next bunch of bands booked to play the festival in 2018.

Already confirmed as headliners were American metal kings Avenged Sevenfold, legendary rock and roll band Guns N Roses, and Black Sabbath vocalist - and Donnington hero Ozzy Osbourne.

Joining the headliners will be Marilyn Manson, Rise Against, Parkway Drive, BabyMetal, Alexisonfire, Neck Deep and many...

November 28, 2017

In an increasingly divided genre that sees new subgenres spring up all the time, it’s refreshing to see a band returning to the roots of the genre to play some no-nonsense rock and roll. Dublin’s Samarkind, formed just 12 months ago in 2016 and featuring vocalist David P. Byrne (Assassin, Friday’s Child) and guitarist Michal Kulbaka (Lancelot Lynx), are stripping the genre back to its bare essentials - heavy grooves and a massive dose of the blue...

November 28, 2017

It has not been a kind year to The Faceless. With overly publicised tour cancellations and managerial arguments surfacing to the public, one would have assumed that this was a band on the brink of packing it all in. Thankfully this was not the case, and following a very exciting reveal of a new lineup solidified by new vocalist Ken Sorceron, of Abigail Williams fame (and probably one of the best vocalists in the game right now). The Faceless retu...

November 28, 2017

It is cold and it is night, you are alone. It is pitch black. There isn’t even a sense that someone is out there. The air is still and cold. It feels heavy, it feels threatening and it feels ominous. Can’t see. Can’t scream. Valdur have given a Death Metal label but with this, their fifth album Divine Cessation, there is a lot more going on atmospherically.

Like a wave of fire, the guitars buzz out over the horizon to assault you with their atmosp...

November 27, 2017

Reading alt-rock three-piece InAir have just dropped their debut EP, A Different Light – a synth-laden shot of electro-rock comprised of four tracks not dissimilar to the sounds of Mallory Knox and Bring Me The Horizon.

Beginning with a promising opening, first track ‘Rise Again’ stretches out to nearly a lengthy six minutes and sounds indie at some points and metal at others. ‘Bound to Break’ boasts euphoric key changes and the thickest riff on t...

November 26, 2017

Our own extreme metaller Gavin spent the night in Electric Ballroom getting down to Cradle Of Filth. Check out his images!

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