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June 1, 2020

Similar to Architects' 2018 opus Holy Hell - you'd have to search far and wide to find someone who isn't willing The Ghost Inside's return to be a home run. The tragedy they suffered that you're probably already aware of (Google if not) in the back end of 2015 means that realistically: the fact we're listening to new music from the five piece at all is a miracle, anything more than that is a bonus. 

Admittedly that makes objectivity a ch...

May 29, 2020

Metalcore is a confusing subgenre. Initially coined as a joke term back in the 90s for metallic hardcore bands like Hatebreed, this is a style that now encompasses such a broad variety of bands that it's almost completely meaningless. On one hand, you have bands like the aforementioned Hatebreed and Counterparts who are much closer to hardcore and post-hardcore than they are metal, and then you have bands like Killswitch Engage and Shadows Fall w...

May 20, 2020

Eight years ago, Crossfaith released their revered Zion EP worldwide, shining a huge spotlight on the band on a global scale. With that spotlight they've been slowly building their profile and securing their legacy in stone, from their unparalleled live shows to their expansive library of ragers, bangers and anthems. With their new EP, Species, the Japanese titans are set to usher in a new age of chaos, with their sights set on huge stages and an...

May 18, 2020

With an opener as vicious as ‘Higami’, it seems Sheffield five-piece Sobriquet are set on causing mayhem. This hardcore outfit offer a fresh take on their genre, making for an explosive listen.

With vocalist Ludovico Fahey’s opening snarl and some heavy-hitting riffs, influences from bands like Fever 333 spring to mind. Fahey’s monstrous tone solidifies his place as one of the freshest vocalists in the UK scene from the off. However, as the single...

May 15, 2020

Asking Alexandria have been held under the microscope more than any other metal band in the last four years. Their last two albums, The Black (2016) and their self-titled (2017), were both incredibly significant in the band regaining a fanbase due to frontman changes. Original vocalist Danny Worsnop departed in 2015 to be replaced by Denis Stoff, and returned again in late 2016. The Black needed fans to embrace Stoff, and the self-...

May 5, 2020

Despite being less than three years old, the fast rising Bristolian metalcore outlet RXPTRS have swiftly become an immense presence in the heavy music scene.

Blending fist pumping youth with lacerating metalcore riffs and soaring falsettos that would leave one Myles Kennedy in awe, RXPTRS are refreshing take on the genre and have been scaling the rungs of the ladder at a furious pace, recently sharing stages with the likes of Holding Absence, Esca...

April 29, 2020

Having already completed an array of incredible tours and festivals in their time as a band, as well as signing to Hopeless Records, Newcastle melodic hardcore risers GroundCulture are now gearing up for the release of their long awaited debut album How Well Do You Really Know Yourself? To know more about the release, their history and their ethos we had a chat with vocalist and frontman Roy Watson.

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April 17, 2020

Metalcore quintet Currents have shared details of their upcoming record, as well as giving us a further taster from it in the form of new single 'A Flag To Wave'. 

The new record is titled The Way It Ends and is set to be released on June 5th via Sharptone Records, you can pre-order the album here

Currents also dropped 'A Flag To Wave', following in the footsteps of 'Poverty Of Self' and 'Second Skin', it's the latest track to be released fr...

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