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February 28, 2019

Metalcore stalwarts After The Burial have made their return with a brand new single, and details on their next record. 

The new album will be titled Evergreen, and will be released April 19th via Sumerian Records. Evergreen will be released in conjunction with the bands North American Tour with Parkway Drive & Killswitch Engage

On the album itself, guitarist Trent Hafdahl said: "he song-writing process is almost always the same, but...

February 28, 2019

Cheltenham's mighty 2000 Trees festival has announced their third and final headliner for 2019; Deaf Havana.

Their fifth studio album, Rituals, was released in the August of 2018, suggesting that they’ve got plans to make 2019 their biggest year yet. With a sound that effortlessly combines big post-hardcore riffs and anthemic pop-punk choruses, what’s not to love?They’ll make their first headline appearance on the main stage on Saturday 13th July.

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February 27, 2019

With their third record You Are We, While She Sleeps took the leap from metalcore cult heroes, to mainstream rock heavyweights. Released on their own label, recorded in their own studio - it was an anomaly, an album which had a 50/50 split between extravagant quality, and fascinating back story. Fast forward just under two years later and the steel city maniacs are back with So What?, their fourth effort in a frankly astonishing back catalogue.

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February 27, 2019

On Friday 02 Academy hosted a co-headliner of every emo's dreams: Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years. Joining the two were Movements and Pronoun. Check out Stevie's shots below! 

February 27, 2019

Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years. If any bands can make a co-headline tour work, it’s this pair. They’ve grown exponentially from their early years but manage to effortlessly stay true to their roots. Filling their sets with favourites old and new, the penultimate date of their UK tour was a brilliant one, to say the least.

Pronoun (6.5), the solo project of Brooklyn’s Alyse Vellturo, was the first to appear on stage at the O2 Academy. Attendees...

February 27, 2019

The world’s premiere festival of all things math, post and generally mentally stimulating have just announced 27 bands for 2019 and it is an absolute blinder of an announcement.

Joining the ArcTanGent lineup is an act known for providing a show like non other; Carpenter Brut. Blending synthwave with progressive metal sensibilities and wrapping it an aesthetic influenced by retrograde horror films, sci-fi and pop culture, their cinematic sets...

February 27, 2019

Everyone’s favourite folk-punks, Skinny Lister’s new album, The Story Is…, is catchy and upbeat. But of course, you’d expect nothing less from them. Dotted throughout are small moments of brilliance. Their signature tongue-in-cheek humour and rip-roaring folk style prevail here, making their fourth album one of their best yet.

The Story Is… highlights the lyrical ability of the six-piece. ‘Second Amendment’ opens the album and immediately draws yo...

February 26, 2019

Dimlight’s latest release A Symphony of Horrors forms the final entry in the triple album bundle Kingdom of Horrors, following the albums Kingdom of Horrors and Realm of Tragedy (both of which were released October 2018). Kingdom of Horrors was an album in Dimlight’s usual style of Gothic Symphonic Death Metal featuring deep guttural growls (Peter Invoker) alongside powerful female vocals (Mora Hecate), and Realm of Tragedy was a more contemplati...

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