Articles about Math Rock
Poly-Math invite you to the House Of Wisdom!
Brighton alt/math-rockers Poly-Math have revealed their highly anticipated double album House Of Wisdom/We Are The Devil will be released through Lonely Voyage Records and ice Weather For Airstrikes on April 20th. The records are a concept based around Baghdad’s 13th Century Houses Of Wisdom and the Siege of Baghdad in 1258! You can check out a live […]
You Win Again Gravity – Anonymity
Merge Funeral for a Friend and Against the Current, throw in some stumbling, edgy riffs as well as some heavy vocals and you have You Win Again Gravity’s new album ‘Anonymity’.
Brutus reveal new single ahead of UK tour!
Belgian trio Brutus have revealed a new single ahead of their forthcoming UK tour! The track is titled Horde II and comes from debut album Burst. Drummer/vocalist Stefanie says; “Yes, this is ‘Horde II’. Which means, there is also a ‘Horde’ that appeared on our first 7″ vinyl, self-released in early 2014. Often song-riffs like […]
Marmozets @ Arts Club Liverpool
The weight of expectation must be lying very heavy on the shoulders of Marmozets. Having burst onto the scene with their magnificent debut album The Weird and Wonderful in 2014, they have been absent for nearly 2 years following Becca’s recovery from a serious knee injury. It now transpires that they have not been idle and that […]
The Number 12 Looks Like You announce EU tour!
After a six year hiatus, mathcore pioneers, The Number 12 Looks Like You, will be supporting The Dillinger Escape Plan on a host of shows around Europe, as well as embarking on a UK headline tour and releasing new music. The band are also set to reissue 2003’s ‘Put on Your Rosy Red Glasses‘ and […]
2000 Trees Festival 2017
Multi-award-winning 2000 Trees festival is set in the stunning Cotswold Hills. Boasting over 130 of the best bands the world has to offer this year is looking to be one of the best yet and that is saying something!
Redwood go into the Night Garden!
Brit indie/emo/math rockers Redwood have revealed new single Night Garden. The track is quite a heavy topic with the theme being domestic violence. Check out the track below;
The Colour Line announce split and final UK shows!
The Colour Line have called it a day! For the last six years, the mathcore quartet have been constantly gigging all over the place but the time ahs come for them to say goodbye. There will be some final UK shows, with one being this year’s UK Tech-Metal Fest! The band posted a statement on […]
Tricot – 3
J-Math Rock. This is the only way to describe the all-girl band Tricot as they return with album #3 which is titled… 3. With 7 years experience together and numerous (and successful) tours, even supporting The Pixies at the iconic landmark (located in my home county of Cornwall) Eden Project. Tricot bring a crazed blend of music to toy […]
Car Bomb Interview
I recently caught up with Car Bomb while they are touring with Gojira throughout the UK and Europe, This is what they had to say….. First half of the interview is with Greg and Mike the second half is with Elliot and Jonny. Mike and Greg How did you get into the Mathcore genre? Greg: […]
Bear take on the A-Z Challenge!
Bear are set to release their album /// on April 7th via Basick Records. The Belgian math-metallers draw inspiration from Meshuggah and The DIlinger Escape Plan and we asked the band to take on our A-Z challenge! A song that made you want to make music? Tough one, cause every song I hear can inspire […]
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!
Bear premiere roaring new single Masks
Math metal rockers Bear have revealed their latest single and video, Masks, ahead of their new album released this April. Fans of The Dillinger Escape Plan and Meshuggah will want to get on board with the Belgian band who have managed to slick style that they have nailed down across the two albums they have […]
Galactic Empire – Galactic Empire
When most people think of Star Wars they think of sci-fi loving nerds, some light sabers or that video of a woman enjoying her Chewbacca mask a little too much. Turns out what we all should have been thinking all along was rock music. Galactic Empire are here with their self titled debut album to […]