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May 15, 2020

It’s literally the union nobody asked for but the one we’ve always needed. Today the hulking West Virginia hardcore yob Left Behind have dropped their latest tune ‘Waiting For The End’ alongside an Animal Crossing based video.

A b-side taken from their 2019 record No One Goes To Heaven, ‘Waiting For The End’ see’s the band document the highs and lows of life on the road through their hulking sludge infused hardcore alongside it’s respective video...

April 29, 2020

As you will probably know, the Covid-19 crisis has utterly ravaged the music industry. Artists all across the nation have been dealt an incredibly heavy blow by the pandemic, with canceled or rescheduled shows resulting in a loss of income and other financial difficulties due to non-refundable bookings and other expenses. However, it’s not only the musicians that are being effected by this. With every cancelled show, tour managers, sound & light...

April 23, 2020

Much like 2017's full length Normal, The latest offering from Pittsburgh folk-punk mainstay The Homeless Gospel Choir is filled with emotion and loathing for our current geopolitical climate masked by pretty pop-punk. However, This Land Is Your Landfill see's Derek Zanetti - the man behind the project - with more venom in his words, more frustration in his bloodstream and more energy in his delivery. The upbeat guitars gently shift focus from the...

Faith in the industry, faith in society and faith in an ever-loving benevolent God. These are the three vile demons you must slay in order to truly appreciate the work of Bristolian doomgazers Sugar Horse.

Despite being a fairly new proposition to many, Sugar Horse have already made a significant impact due to their sheer dynamism, offensive disregard for genre conformity and ability to manifest all annihilating walls of noise that are both crushi...

April 14, 2020

Emerging from the same pool that birthed artists as Phoxjaw, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, and even Idles, the Bristolian quartet Sugar Horse have already displayed the same fervent creativity and aptitude that made their peers so illusive. With this fact in consideration, it’s hardly a surprise the act have already made a great impact within the scenes and circles they run in, especially after violently introducing themselves last year with thei...

Satan, The Devil, The Prince Of Darkness. Whatever you want to call him, it's safe to say the red skinned dude has been more than an inspiration to music as a medium since the dawn of time. In celebration of their forthcoming EP DRUGS,  a slightly cabin fevered Ashley Tubb of Bristolian doomgaze collective Sugar Horse got in touch to inform us of the best songs ever written about the dark lord below. 

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March 30, 2020

Self-released just this Friday last, And The Rain Stopped - the debut from London based alt-rock trio Birthmarks - is a stellar offering that is essentially impossible within a singular stylistic pigeonhole. Within the suave and seductive long play Birthmarks discuss their open relationships with anxiety, loss, sex and obsession through a myriad of inspirations including, emo, trip-hop, electronica and more. With the record now out we got in touc...

March 27, 2020

If you’re from the South West region you’re already probably aquatinted with Sugar Horse. If not, you’re going to be forced to meet their acquittance very soon indeed; today, the Bristol doomgaze cretins have just premiered their new latest single in the form of ‘Richard In The Sky With Diamonds’.

The second track to be taken from their sophomore EP DRUGS, the track is an ethereally beautiful yet all annihilating documentation of the wide spread n...

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