Bad Nerves Announce Debut Record And Reveal New Video


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February 17, 2020

Hailing from Philadelphia, one of the great homesteads of stateside punk, tonight’s openers Mannequin Pussy (7.5) bridge the gap between the classic roots of American punk and it’s progressive current state riotously. Dissonance drips plentifully from their scuzzed adolescent bombardments of punk - sonic ooze that seeps into the pores of both every punter in attendance and into the timbre and concrete of this venue. Such a sentiment becomes choki...

December 20, 2019

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. 


December 16, 2019

If this year has proven anything, it's that Knocked Loose are simply unstoppable and unnamable. Following the release of their sophomore full length A 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...

December 11, 2019

Photo: Theodore Swaddling 

Yep, you read that title correct. In what can only be described as an act of divine intervention, the Knocked Loose, Malevolence, Renounced and Justice For The Damned tour unionised with the Stray From The Path, The Devil Wears Prada, Loathe and Gideon tour for a one off show in Bristol. We popped down to the SWX to capture the absolute carnage that unfolded.

Despite it being 5.15PM on a dull Tuesday afternoon, a qui...

December 2, 2019

Signed to the locally based Specialised Subject Records, the homegrown indie punks Fresh (9) have spent the vast majority of 2019 sprouting from the relative obscurity of the underground DIY scene. With the London band touring relentlessly in support of their debut long play Withdrawn, it’s not a surprise that the band have secured the coveted opening slot on this tour. Whilst the cavernous interior of the SWX may be an ever so slight contrast to...

October 10, 2019

Photo: Kieran Gallop | GLK Media

Whilst it may be a Sunday evening, a time typically reserved for rest and quiet contemplation, Portrayal Of Guilt (9) are anything but gently pacifying. Majestically riding high following the release of their most recent EP Suffering Is A Gift, the Texan quintet are both severely violent and callously contemplative this evening. Drawing inspiration from authentic Nordic extremity before marring it with potent and s...

November 8, 2018

The defiant punks in Anti-Flag have been kicking around the punk scene for the best part of 30 years. During this time, they’ve released a plethora of albums making their political views clear. After so long, you’d expect them to burn out or become irrelevant. We headed to their show in Bristol to find out what’s become of Anti-Flag.

Hailing from the US and bringing with them a relaxed pop-punk sound, Worriers (7) warmed up the (admittedly small)...

April 23, 2018

Since their inception in a south Philly basement in 2005, The Wonder Years have gone from strength to strength with each passing release, failing to lose a trace of momentum in the process. Such drive has only intensified with the release of their sixth full length; Sister Cities. The record has been hailed unanimous by fans and critics alike to its mature take on contemporary alt-rock whilst still retaining the anxious and exposed dynamics the g...

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