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January 22, 2020

Following on from November’s headliner announcement of Jimmy Eat World, 2000 Trees Festival have announced a massive wave of bands for this year’s festival.

In support of their forthcoming sophomore record Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, Creeper will be returning to Upcote Farm to sub-headline the main stage in July, with their return following their mammoth stage headline set in 2018.

“2000 Trees is my favourite of all the UK festivals." says sing...

January 9, 2020

As you walk into Birmingham's The Mill venue prior to a Knocked Loose-Malevolence double-header: a hardcore Lollapalooza that turns venues into seething, swelling pulsing avalanches of humanity, a drone flies across the room. One of the band members is flying the electronic device as the 7PM time for the doors to open creeps closer. “They have a new toy,” Malevolence vocalist Alex jokes as we cross the floor. Seconds later, a crash is heard and t...

December 16, 2019

If this year has proven anything, it's that Knocked Loose are simply unstoppable and unnamable. Following the release of their sophomore full length A Different Shade Of Blue, the Oldham beatdown crew have travelled the globe, spreading nothing but devastation and fury in their wake. We took to their headline show at the SWX, Bristol, to witness the punishment forced upon the South West populace. Check out the shots courtesy of Theodore Swaddling...

December 11, 2019

Photo: Theodore Swaddling 

Yep, you read that title correct. In what can only be described as an act of divine intervention, the Knocked Loose, Malevolence, Renounced and Justice For The Damned tour unionised with the Stray From The Path, The Devil Wears Prada, Loathe and Gideon tour for a one off show in Bristol. We popped down to the SWX to capture the absolute carnage that unfolded.

Despite it being 5.15PM on a dull Tuesday afternoon, a qui...

August 19, 2019

Savage hardcore quintet Knocked Loose have announced have a winter tour across the UK in support of their upcoming new record A Different Shade Of Blue, out August 23rd via Pure Noise Records

Tour support comes from Malevolence, Justice For The Damned, and Renounced, making this one of the most stacked bills of the year. 

You can check out 'And Still I Wander South' taken from Knocked Loose's upcoming album below: 
 

Full tour dates (ticket...

July 30, 2019

This year was a monumental one Slam Dunk. For its 13th year, organisers had scrapped the Midlands date and took its first step to develop North from a multi-venue city event to a fully-fledged outdoor festival in Temple Newsam Park, matching South’s move from The Hatfield Forum to Hatfield Park last year. The big move did spark some apprehension amongst North attendees, fretting over transport, weather and the general functionality of the festiva...

November 27, 2018

While fans continue to dwell under the lack of a midlands date next year, the annual day event Slam Dunk Festival has shared eleven new hot additions to their 2019 line up. Renowned for their colossal pop-punk bands that appear each year, the festival also manages to reel in some of the greats in modern ska, rock and metal.

The first wave saw Baltimore pop-punters All Time Low take the headline spot for the May Bank Holiday celebration. Joining th...

July 5, 2018

If there's one example of a hardcore band who has swiftly risen through the ranks in recent years it has to be the Kentucky bruisers Knocked Loose. Since releasing their devastating Laugh Tracks in 2016, the record has allowed them to travel across the globe, bringing their bludgeoning take on beatdown to however has the stamina to withstand it. Shortly after playing Download Festival, the group took to Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach alongside UK heavy...

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