Articles about Emo
Elessar take on the A-Z challenge!
2016 saw Gloucester quartet Elessar release their debut EP Reflections and play countless shows across the UK gaining popularity amongst everyone who’s seen them. We asked frontman Ricky Powell to take on our A-Z challenge,have a read and exclusively find out the title of their new forthcoming record! A song that made you want to […]
Boston Manor want to Burn You Up!
Before we get into the new music, let’s just inform you all that Brit emo-rockers Boston Manor have been announced for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival! Okay now that’s out of the way, lets get on to the fact that we also have new music from the quintet! The new track, isn’t exactly new, it’s […]
Introducing: Coast to Coast
Constructed with the talents of Kieran Hylan (Vocals), Alex Edge (lead guitar), Josh Taylor (rhythm guitar), Zak Taylor (Bass) and Jake Oseland (Drums), Coast To Coast are excited to announce the release of their second EP “The Length of a Smile” in March and so, released a brand new video for a single off that album. […]
High Tides – Building Bridges
Nottingham emo pop-punkers High Tides new track Building Bridges is our track of the day! The track is taken from their forthcoming mini-album I’m Not Giving Up, I’m Just Starting Over which is set for release via Scylla Records on March 17, 2017. Vocalist Christian Litchfield says of the track; “It refers to that time […]
Decade – Pleasantries
Decade are back with new album, ‘Pleasantries’. It’s more than pleasant, and takes their music to another level from their debut album in 2014, ‘Good Luck’. Decade have done extremely well to create a new sound which isn’t really anywhere else, by combining a rage of sounds which are already in the mainstream. If you’re […]
Tiny Moving Parts @ Koko, London
Want to know how cool a Tiny Moving Parts show is? Just check out these awesome shots by Helen from London!
It’s the right time for Starting Over for High Tides
Nottingham emo pop-punkers High Tides are starting over with their new record! The quintet are set to release the sophomore mini-album I’m Not Giving Up, I’m Just Starting Over on March 17, 2017 via Scylla Records. Frontman Christian Litchfield says; “The title is in keeping with the theme of the EP, which is really about […]
Wintersun unveil title of the latest album.
Melodic death rockers, Wintersun, have finally revealed the name of their latest album; The Forest Season. “That’s right folks, we’ll leave you pondering a bit what this name means”, teases front man JARI MäENPää. “Next week we’ll release the album tracklist and everything will become very clear to you! Promise!” The new album is finished […]
Celeb Car Crash – People Are The Best Show
Imagine a world where the mid-2000’s never ended. A happier place, full of Hot Topic t-shirts, mighty fringes, jeans tight enough to cut off any blood supply they may ever have again and My Chemical Romance still in existence (and not in that strange neon phase that accompanied ‘Danger Days’). A time when eyeliner was […]
My Only to tour UK and Europe with POLAR!
Norfolk/Cambridgeshire emo punks My Only have announced that they will be supporting Guildford’s hardcore crew POLAR alongside Essex punks Giants and Seattle’s To The Wind on their extensive March 2017 European tour! Bassist Sam Clark says; “We feel incredibly fortunate to be part of such a big tour, we can’t wait to visit so many […]
Sad Blood – Audibly Bored
Sad Blood was born after two failed career attempts in wrestling and stand-up comedy due to a lack of athletic and comedic ability for George Phillips. He tried 22 and a half times to recruit bassist Krys Bascombe and drummer Daniel Goldberg and set about focusing his songwriting on failures in life and love, most […]
Real Friends announce rescheduled UK tour dates!
Real Friends have now announced the rescheduled dates for their headline run across the UK. The new run is set for April 2017. There will be further announcements to come on support acts and all tickets purchased for the original dates, will be valid for the new ones! Refunds for the original dates are also […]
Ray Toro – Remember the Laughter – Album review
Ray Toro has been working on this album for three and a half years – since the demise of My Chemical Romance. All of the working and refining has been put to good use, this album is phenomenal.
Moose Blood – Cheek
Everyone loves Moose Blood. But does anyone know why? I mean yeah they have relatable songs, great stage presence, incredible vocals and seem like all round loveable chaps but… Okay I just answered my own question.