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September 21, 2020

Back in January – when we were all oh-so blissfully ignorant to the horrors 2020 would play host to – the world of contemporary music was busy ruminating on the albums that were set to be released over the course of the year. Whist such a list was jammed with a plethora of major artists, one such release topped the list in bold italics; the ninth studio album from Deftones.

Following on from nine months of feverish anticipation and speculatio...

September 4, 2020

They say love is dead, but according to '68 love is ain't dead. From the land of the brave and free (Atlanta, Georgia), the musical duo delivers a small appetizer in the form of a semi-surprise EP. Following up on the 2017 record Two Parts Viper, former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin this time employs the young Nikko Yamada as the band's new drummer. Their bluesy punk rock drew the attention of Alice In Chains and Foo Fighters produce...

August 21, 2020

After months of anticipation, Deftones are back with details on their long awaited ninth full-length record and their massive new single, the title track of the record.

Titled Ohmns and released September 25th via Warner Records, the record is the follow up to the alt-metal legend’s acclaimed 2016 record Gore. The confirmation of the record comes after the band publicly teased the album art, designed by White Pony artist Frank Maddocks, in Los Ang...

August 17, 2020

Often referred to as one of the most crucial metal bands in the UK, Surrey’s Palm Reader are back with all important details on their fourth record Sleepless and their huge new single 'Hold/Release’.

Their first record to be released via Holy Roar, Sleepless is released October 30th and is to show Palm Reader in a whole new light. Whereas the group have often been compared to savage acts such as The Dillinger Escape Plan and Converge, Sleeple...

July 17, 2020

If you like your rock music loud, bolshy, and tinged with furious early-2000s urgency, then Asylums are the band for you. Their second album Genetic Cabaret is a political commentary on all things Donald Trump, Brexit, widening class contrasts and generational divides. It offers you something to scream along to at the top of your lungs and lyrically, Asylums have written some simply impeccable powerful protest songs forged via personal and societ...

April 30, 2020

For some creatives, self-imposed isolation is the catalyst for fantastic pieces of art. By temporarily cutting the threads connecting one to society, one can tap into the often subdued ley lines of creativity that run throughout the mind, all without facing distraction from the deafening noise of modern life. Highlighting this method is the sublime sophomoric record from relative supergroup Gold Key.

The successor to 2017’s Hello, Phantom, the upc...

April 22, 2020

After suffering from a horrific tragedy that end the careers of most, hardcore heroes The Ghost Inside have proven to be the very collective face of resilience, determination and resolve. Today, after a heroic recovery, the band have confirmed their fifth self-titled record and have shared their latest single in the form of ‘Aftermath’.

Due to be released June 5th via Epitaph Records, the record is the follow up to 2014’s Dear Youth and comes afte...

April 20, 2020

The last few years have not been harmonious for Utah post-hardcore veterans The Used. After parting ways with their founding guitarist Quinn Allman, they recruited ex-Saosin guitarist Justin Shekoski, although Justin would also part ways with the band shortly after. Both of these departures have not been pleasant or amicable ones, with Quinn threatening to sue the band and Justin having a particularly emotional response to his departure after he...

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