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December 27, 2019

It’s safe to say that the alternative emo quartet Dude Trips have enjoyed the spoils of a colossal year. Following on from a string of sensational extended plays, the Aberdeenshire group released their highly celebrated debut full length Through Love & Death You’re All I Have Left in the tail end of spring. Supercharged with intimate emotional energy, the record allowed the group to travel all across the UK and reach new audiences away from their...

December 20, 2019

It’s no secret that Bristol and it’s neighbouring areas are host to some seriously innovative, original and excitingly fresh musical artists. A hotbed for contemporary music, the Bristolian region has birthed an abundance of bedazzling bands throughout the last couple of decades, with artists such as Phoxjaw, Turbowolf, Idles, Heavy Lungs, Memory Of Elephants and countless more calling the city home. However, whilst the South West is home to an e...

December 20, 2019

A day for Vikings, Swedes and one of the most important female-fronted Gothenburg Melodic Death Metal bands out there. Line-ups could not have gotten bigger. Giants of Metal converge with some classics and some true veterans and it could only seem like a line up to dream of. Hypocrisy go back almost 30 years and their brutality, though melodic in nature, makes for some truly respectable Metal. Though, they're certainly the least well known of the...

December 20, 2019

There seems to be a direct correlation between global political turmoil and the excellence of Stray From The Path. Released just months ago, the group's latest album Internal Atomics stands as Stray From The Path's finest and most volatile work to date. We recently visited Bristol to see the group annihilate the SWX at their one-off co-headline show with Knocked Loose. Check out the shots from Theodore Swaddling below. 

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December 18, 2019

It would be interesting to see just how many miles Memphis May Fire have covered this year alone. Following on from the release of their sixth full length Broken in the tail end of last year, the Texan metalcore quartet have spent the majority of the year brining their work to all four corners of their native United States before capping off the year by brining the sounds of Broken to Europe. We caught Memphis May Fire, Walkways and the local A H...

December 17, 2019

Tusk, the latest album from the Finnish alt-prog metal group Somehow Jo!, is a new and refreshing take on the genre that charms and delights the listener from the start. When searching for words to describe this album, “fun” springs to mind almost immediately. This record is chock full of funky riffs and a wide variety of discernible influences from all corners of the musical spectrum, whisking you track-by-track on a whirlwind journey that is he...

December 17, 2019

Returning for it’s third annual event, Portals Festival have confirmed the fist wave of bands set to play the festival next year. Taking place at The Dome, Boston Music Room and Aces & Eights on the 6th and 7th of June 2020, the London festival is set to host some of the best and most celebrated names within the contemporary math and post rock echelon. 

Headlining the festival will be the dearly beloved French math-rockers Totorro. Silently d...

December 16, 2019

If you thought Australian metalcore could do no wrong, you're probably right, the hot bed of talent from down under that has been thrown our way for over a decade has been nothing short of captivating. Parkway Drive are leaders of the pack, but the likes of Dealer, and Alpha Wolf are on the hunt for success too, as are the three bands that crammed a capacity crowd into the nigh-on shaking walls of Birmingham's O2 Academy 2  on a below t...

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