King Mothership Announce Album Details And Reveal First Single


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March 29, 2019

Michigan metallers I Prevail first rose to prominence with their unexpected cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘Blank Space’; the single was subsequently included on their breakout EP, Hearts vs Mind - twisting a pop favourite into a beatdown-laden take. The hype only built from there, culminating in 2016’s debut record Lifelines, including opening slots for bands from Hollywood Undead to Pierce the Veil as well as their own headline tours.

The question is,...

March 28, 2019

For a DIY band, Londoners High Rise are doing pretty well for themselves. They’ve defined their sound with four years of releases. Their latest EP, Endeavours, does plenty to show off the production skills of sound engineer Oz Craggs. Unfortunately, it does little to show the band in a unique light. 

‘My Solitude, Your Hope’ is packed full of energy with a sound that straddles the line between pop-punk and hardcore. The guitar tone is crisp and cl...

March 28, 2019

For many curious listeners, social media is likely the first destination when conducting personal research on an artist. Whereas many acts use the platform to host long and convoluted biographies on their endeavours and efforts, Brutus opt to host a single sentence; “Trouble Comes In Threes, So Does Brutus”. This is how Brutus establish themselves to new potential followers. It’s effective, it’s provocative and depending on your outlook, it’s an...

March 28, 2019

We all thought that 2000 Trees Festival  was looking mighty fine this year. With two sets from Jamie Lenman, ‘excited’ doesn’t even come close to how we’re feeling. This morning they treated us to a further 23 brilliant bands, resulting in a line up that’s pretty perfect.  

Hardcore punks Cancer Bats will be bringing their energetic live show to The Cave on Friday 12th July. They’ve been touring extensively over the past year and show no signs of...

March 27, 2019


You have to accept it as a rare treat when a band with a popularity the size of As It Is make their return to more intimate settings. And as 'The Great Depression Tour' landed within the claustrophobic walls of the Liverpool Arts Club - you get a sense there will be a palpable energy burning through this evening unlike most you'll have experienced before.

Main support band Modern Error [7/10] are making waves in the alternative scene with thei...

March 26, 2019

Mallory Knox, Lower Than Atlantis, Lonely The Brave and now The Alchemy?


The first three bands named there are Alt-Rock bands who have all broken through in relatively recent times and all did so with a similar blueprint. Huge, anthemic choruses with beautifully polished and slick production. The result of this success, of course, is that there are hundreds of bands lined up behind them trying to do the same; so are The Alchemy next in line?


March 25, 2019

A dark and brooding distorted guitar sound opens up The Spell, the second full-length release from Swiss prog-folk-metallers Cellar Darling. 'Pain' makes for a strong opening song, and it just gets even better when the powerful vocals of Anna Murphy hit their peak in the song’s chorus, coming to an enjoyable climax with a more unique bowed string sound that solidifies the band’s grasp of their genre. It’s immediately noticeable already by the sec...

March 22, 2019

Norway has a long history of producing some of the most well-known, well-respected, and utterly stellar rock and metal acts that have ever graced those genres. The latest band vying to mark their name into the annuls of Norwegian music history alongside the greats are hard-rock newcomers Tempel. Comprising of three brothers and their best friend, the band blends multiple avenues of hard-rock and metal to create a sound that comes across as someth...

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