Articles about Hardcore Punk
Refused at 2000 Trees Festival 2016
Helen Messenger’s superb shots of Refused at 2000 Trees Festival 2016.
2000 Trees final line-up announcement
2000 Trees festival are celebrating their tenth birthday in style! The already incredible line-up has now been completed with the announcement of the final three bands and the acoustic stage.
Five Heavier Acts You Should Definitely Watch At Slam Dunk 2016
Whilst, Panic! At The Disco and traditional Pop Punk bands get all of the attention, I have singled out five of the best heavier acts who I think you should definitely check out!
PUPPY announce new mini-album
London rock trio PUPPY have revealed that their new mini-album Vol. II wil be released via the band’s own label on August 12th!
Lockjaw Records announce new charity EP
UK independent punk and hardcore label Lockjaw Records have announced an incredible compilation album No Guts, No Glory. The album aimed to raise money and awareness of Crohn’s disease and colitis.
Kerrang Awards nominations announced
At a laid-back pre-party featuring performances from Muncie Girls, Heck and Creeper, Kerrang! announced the nominations for this years Kerrang! Awards via a live seance. The awards ceremony will take place at London’s Troxy on June 9 and for the first year, will feature live music from Asking Alexandra and more to be announced.
Camden Rocks Festival 2016
Emily Holden attended the London based event and took some shots of the performances which took place in the various venues. Mark McConville also attended and gave his thoughts on the bands performing.
A History of Slam Dunk Festival
2016 marks the tenth year of Slam Dunk Festival. The festival has quickly become the UK’s premier touring festival, almost being likened as the younger British cousin of America’s massive Vans Warped Tour. To celebrate and to get you more excited for this year’s May bank holiday shenanigans, we take a look back at the festival from its inauguration in 2006 right up to what you can expect from 2016.