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August 15, 2019

A meeting of minds at ArcTanGent festival last year saw rising the UK’s rising stars Conjurer and Pijn play what appeared to be a one-off set under the moniker Curse These Metal Hands, one that was rapturously received given both bands released arguably stellar albums that year too. 

Fast forward a year and coinciding with both bands appearing at this year’s incarnation of the same festival comes a collaborative effort carrying the same title tha...

August 14, 2019

ArcTanGent, the premier celebration of all things post-, math- and just plain heavy kicks off tomorrow and it's set to be a muddy one, with its best ever line up across the three days. You pretty much can't go wrong no matter who you pick to see this year - but bearing that in mind, here's the second part of our Top 10 bands you really should get stuck in your ears this weekend, and you can catch our Part 1 here


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June 19, 2019

Despite it being transparent that many within the The Stag And Hounds are still nursing sore heads following last night’s debauchery, the masses are out in force this early Sunday afternoon for Dangers Of Love (8). Admittedly adhering to the timeless ideology and sensibilities of the pop tinged punk genre, the group provide an utter blitzkrieg of a set with the act documenting tales of love, loss and adolescent revelry. Either way, going from suc...

May 21, 2019

It's almost surreal to think that it's almost been four months since the metallic hardcore bruisers in Ithaca released their full length debut The Language Of Injury. Released via Holy Roar, the record is still a highly celebrated staple within the national scene, with many attempting to decipher the meaning behind the tracks. Here, the band breaks down the stories and details behind each track on the record. 

'New Covenant'

This is actually the fi...

May 17, 2019

Hailing from Sweden, Martyrdöd relish in D-beat, crusty noise that has perhaps more in common with punk than the aptly named melodic death metal and Swedish death metal. Now on their seventh album, the Swedes are showing no signs of slowing down and from the outset, Hexhammeren goes scorched earth with its title track and refuses to let go the chokehold from there. Even fifth track ‘Bait and Switch’ with its doomier passage 2/3rds of the way thro...

March 28, 2019

For a DIY band, Londoners High Rise are doing pretty well for themselves. They’ve defined their sound with four years of releases. Their latest EP, Endeavours, does plenty to show off the production skills of sound engineer Oz Craggs. Unfortunately, it does little to show the band in a unique light. 

‘My Solitude, Your Hope’ is packed full of energy with a sound that straddles the line between pop-punk and hardcore. The guitar tone is crisp and cl...

March 21, 2019

If you’re local to the welsh capital or it’s surrounding suburbs, the name Nightlives will likely trigger a knowing smile. On the back of just a few tracks the self titled electro-punks have forged a mighty reputation within the welsh capital due to their genre bending hybrid of a sound, an explosive and turbulent stage presence, and a colossal live sound that threatens the implosion of any venue they find themselves in. Even with just 4 tracks u...

March 11, 2019

The UK’s premiere metal festival Bloodstock have added a slew of names to an already great 2019 line-up along with a huge 13 new coach points, to make it even easier to get to for what is sure to be one of the biggest and best years yet!

Belgian death metal kings Aborted recently released their latest album TerrorVision and will be playing the Ronnie James Dio stage on Sunday, saying “Bloodstock! It’s been a while! We couldn’t be more thrilled to...

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