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With the release of Death Spells’ first ever full length album ‘Nothing Above, Nothing Below’ and their first ever tour commencing at the time of this interview. I had a chance to have a talk to the dyamic duo, James and Frank on their first day of tour in Glasgow.
Counterparts are Stranger
Canadian hardcore quintet Counterparts have released the video for new track Stranger. The single is taken from the band’s latest release Tragedy Will Find Us.
To The Wind – Temporary Escape | Single Review
I highly recommend you listen to their previous albums and EPs if you haven’t already and keep an eye and ear out for the release of the new upcoming album!
The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues – Album Review
The Devil Wears Prada are back with a new album, ‘Transit Blues’, which fans will definitely enjoy. From the off set, the album is more radio-friendly than previous ones which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’ll keep old fans pleased, and will no doubt bring the band a whole cohort of new fans.
Saviour unleash The Quiet Calm
Australian hardcore group Saviour have released the second taste of music from their new lineup that features dual vocalists Shontay Snow and Bryant Best.
Every Time I Die premiere It Remembers ft Brendon Urie!
Buffalo hardcore quintet Every Time I Die celebrated the release of their eighth studio album Low Teens by releasing the video for It Remembers. The song and the video feature Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco providing a melodic counter to the band’s riff-heavy hardcore.
Stick To Your Guns – Better Ash than Dust
Stick To Your Guns have recently released their new EP titled “Better Ash Than Dust” on the 23rd of September via Pure Noise Records. Founded in 2003, Stick To Your Guns are a hardcore quintet from Orange County, CA. The band consists of Jesse Barnett (Vocals), Chris Rawson (Guitar), Josh James (Guitar), Andrew Rose (Bass) and George “Schmitty” Schmitz (Drums).
High Rise take on the A-Z Challenge
Since their formation around 18 months ago, High Rise have been rapidly rising (pun intended) in the underground hardcore scene. Having shared the stage with the likes of Press to Meco and Lock & Key and recently releasing debut EP LIFE (Left It For Everything), this is a band to watch out for. We challenged […]
Confessions of a Traitor are Illuminating the Night
Following the release of their new EP Illuminate (released September 19), Brit metallic hardcore band Confessions of a Traitor have released the video for Illuminating the Night.
Stick to your Guns – No Tolerance
Stick to your Guns have released the video for No Tolerance. The track is taken from the Orange County hardcore’s forthcoming EP Better Ash than Dust (out September 23)
Heck/Black Peaks @Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Okay, whoever thought of this tour is an absolute genius (someone give the guy/girl a medal!). There is bound to be chaos as I head to Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach for Heck and Black Peaks co-headline show.
Confessions of a Traitor – Illuminate
Overall this is a great record! The tracks are all individually brilliant and it is hard to find a weakness in this EP (well maybe the fact that it’s too short! But hey, it would be an album if it was any longer – hint hint guys!) I have a feeling this will transfer over really well live!
High Rise – Left It For Everything (LIFE)
I almost stopped writing this review as soon as I started. The temptation to start a pit in my room is too strong! The opening bars of Hands Untied sets the tone of the album, very heavy with some monster guitars and pounding drum/bass combo. The combination of harsh screams and smooth cleans mix well.
Fall of Minerva announce debut UK shows
Italian atmospheric hardcore band Fall of Minerva have announced they will be crosing the channel to our shores for the first time in October! The band, signed to Basick Records, will join Earth Moves as support for We Never Learned to Live’s UK run.
Confessions of a Traitor
London/Essex based metallic hardcore band Confessions of a Traitor are set to release their new EP Illuminate on September 19th. The quintet’s unique blend of motivational lyrics, monster riffs and massive breakdowns combined with their wide musical influences have seen them share the stage with the likes of Upon a Burning Body, Gallows, Feed the Rhino, Bury Tomorrow, Hacktivist and many more. We caught up with the band to chat about their forthcoming EP, heading to Europe with Caliban and I Killed the Prom Queen and crazy tour venues.