This certainly wasn't a bad start to the year. To kick off the new decade we made our way down to the Nottingham Rescue Rooms to catch the Floridian metalcore quintet Wage War promoting their latest record Pressure, with support coming from DED and Thornhill. Check out the shots Rebecca Marshall snapped below!
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.
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...
If this year has proven anything, it's that Knocked Loose are simply unstoppable and unnamable. Following the release of their sophomore full lengthA 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...
Can you imagine the state of the global metalcore scene if August Burns Red never released their ceremonial third album Constellations? Best not to think about it really. In celebration of the album's tenth anniversary the metalcore pioneers took to the Bristol SWX to perform the album in full alongside Erra and Currents. Check out the gallery of shots Kieran Gallop caught below!
Last week we headed into the heart of Camden town to see Real Friends and the fellow pop punkers Grayscale treat the Electric Ballroom to a night of positivity, inclusivity and acceptance. Check out Jess's shots below!
Deafheaven, Toucheé Amoré and Portrayal Of Guilt. Yep, this was a real line up and yes it was as brilliant as it sounds. Check out Kieran Gallop's shots of the evening below and for a full run down of the evening's events check out our live review here!