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May 21, 2020

Hailing from the winding streets of inner Bristol, SANS are a technically interesting, if not face melting proposition. A band that are removed from mundane standard convention, the South West trio have spent the last several years melting flesh and short-wiring synapses with their sweat soaked mix of post-punk, noise, hardcore and just general aural relentlessness. It was something the group expressed turbulently with their 2019 debut Misophonic...

April 27, 2020

The intergalactic London punk quartet WACO have today unveiled the video for their new single ‘Good Days’, with the track being the first offering from their forthcoming second album Hope Rituals.

Released via the independent Venn Records, ‘Good Days’ is a throwback to when, well, days where good. However, the track does show the crucial positivity that can still be found, with the respective video being composed of wholesome home-filmed clips con...

April 20, 2020

A new release from Moscow Death Brigade comes as somewhat of a surprise in mid-April 2020, after the Moscow-based circle-pit hip-hop troupe’s relative social media and marketing silence since the single release of “Throw Ya Canz” midway through last year. However, after the success of their debut full-length, Boltcutter in 2018, this is the moment for them to prove they can keep the attention of their international fanbase from the worlds of meta...

April 17, 2020

Following their three-year hiatus, California hardcore piece Rotting Out have been catapulted back into the forefront of the scene, with new release Ronin. Sporting a clear punk influence, this album is an in your face powerhouse, served with a sense of early 2000’s punk nostalgia.

This release offers short and punchy tracks from the off, with opener ‘Vessel’ hurling us into the madness. With a modern hardcore style of breakdown, it’s easy to see...

April 7, 2020

London grown hardcore/punk rattlers COPE have unveiled 'Gold', the latest single to be taken from their upcoming debut record The Shock Doctrine, which is set to be self-released on May 22nd. 

On the track itself, guitarist Josh Bowles said: “Rather than try and explain this track myself, I think this John Perkins quote from his book ‘Confessions Of An Economic Hitman’ explains it best – “…they and their corporate colleagues convince people a...

March 19, 2020

Bad news out the way first – due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, London punk witches Dream Nails will now be releasing their self titled debut on September 4th as opposed to next month. However, the band have released their latest single in the form of the righteously raging ‘Kiss My Fist’

A direct blow to the nose of all homophobes, ‘Kiss My First’ is a documentation of the abhorrent violence members of the LGBT+ face in everyday life. The track...

March 11, 2020

As you may have heard, Haggard Cat are the band that entombed themselves within concrete for 24 hours in protest of Brexit. A collective that have always laughed in the face of conformity and obedience, they’re a duo that has never approached music conventionally and their latest venture, Common Sense Holiday is no different. It’s 11 tracks of varying length, each commenting on different aspects of modern life and it's respective turmoil and...

March 2, 2020

American punk heroes Rotting Out have finally shared the finer details of their third full length album. Titled Ronin, the album has an expected release date of April 10th 2020 via Pure Noise Records

As well as this, the band have revealed 'Unforgiven', the second track to be released from the record following the reveal of 'Reaper' last year. 

Discussing the upcoming record, the band vocalist Walter Delgado said: "It’s been 7 years sin...

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