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November 28, 2019

In January of this year, we released a two part article documenting a variety of bands that where set to dominate this year. Luckily for us, the majority of artists we featured erupted this year, with a number of listed artists going on to become colossal success stories. Yet, there was one band we featured that has spent the vast majority of this year within the shadows. However, that’s not to say the said band have not successfully established...

November 27, 2019

We recently caught Moonspell at the Islington Assembly Hall in London performing with Rotting Christ and Silver Dust. Catching as many of the glorious moments as we could with our photography. Check them out below and the full review here of the show here.

November 27, 2019

 Photo: Esme Surfleet

One of the key dates within the alternative summer festival season, Slam Dunk Festival have announced even more artists for 2020.

Joining the bill are Refused, with the today’s announcement coming shortly after their highly publicised co-headline tour with Thrice. Since their formation in 1991, the Swedish hardcore sensations have become of the most decorated and revouluitnary punk acts in the world, with their revolutionary s...

November 27, 2019

Moonspell, Extreme Metallers known for their theatrical performances and unique blend of Metal genres, are thick on tour and storm London with Rotting Christ and Silver Dust. The Islington Assembly is a large venue and it befits bands who are large, bombastic and perhaps even epic. Silver Dust are a Swiss Rock band and their stage presence immediately sets the tone. A multi-media performance combining interactive videos with their live show, it b...

November 26, 2019

Manchester’s False Advertising took to the road a little over two weeks ago, playing shows to support their debut album, Brainfreeze. We headed to Cardiff' The Big Top for a night of brilliant live music. 

First to take to the stage was Bloom (8). This duo has been relentlessly playing shows in South Wales since their formation in February and after hearing them play live, it’s no surprise that their name is on so many gig posters right now. They...

November 22, 2019

Ever since releasing their debut EP in 2016, the Croydon emo collective Bellevue Days have spent the past several years wearing a slightly romantic facade, so to speak. A common staple of the DIY live circuit, the band have spent the past several years slowly but steadily building a reliable and dotted fanbase across the nation, with their introspective and withdrawn take on the genre allowing the band to be commonly associated with acts such as ...

November 22, 2019

Sleep Token are one of the most talked about, but at the same time cryptic bands in the UK scene of the past few years. Whoever is behind this project has carefully crafted it so that nobody, not even their own label mates, know who is actually in the band. The outfit perked up a lot of ears with their first two EPs, which featured an unusual blend of down-tuned djent riffs mixed with ambient sections that would sit right at home on a Sigur Ros a...

November 21, 2019

We're living in a time where we're told that 'rock is dead' or 'heavy music is going out of fashion' more often than ever - but if you're a fan of heavy music, you know that this is far from the case. If anything, recent years have seen heavier genres enter into somewhat of a renaissance with elements from a plethora of genres being fused in new and interesting ways resulting in the creation of exciting, emerging sub-genres. With the constant exp...

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