Articles about Metalcore
Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade
Whitechapel are a deathcore band that hail from Tennessee. Mark of the Blade is their sixth album. No two songs are the same and fans are either going to love it or hate it.
First Bands Announced For Breaking Bands Festival 2017!
The ever growing and ever popular Breaking Bands Festival returns for its third year next May. Housed at the fantastic Stoke Prior Sports & Country Club in Bromsgrove, the Festival promises to deliver the very best emerging
Metal, Punk and Rock bands to the general public.
Annisokay Release Michael Jackson Covers EP!
Now if you’re thinking; “a metalcore band covering a pop track?” Yes, but who cares? It’s brilliant! But lets not dwell on the past. As we all know, the seventh anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death has just passed and in tribute, Annisokay have created an EP of their own twist on some of the singers iconic tracks.
Say hello to SharpTone Records and it’s incredible roster
There’s a new record label in town and they are set to become a major player! SharpTone Records has just launched and are set to bring a whole load of talent from the rock scene, including many of its subgenres. Now a record label usually starts small and builds up right? Well not these guys! Already signed to the label are Miss May I, Attila, Loathe, World War Me and We Came As Romans.
Talking To Issues At Slam Dunk
Issues have just released their latest record, been on a headline UK tour and just played Slam Dunk before heading back to the US for Warped Tour. I sat down with Michael Bohn (vocals), AJ Rebollo (guitar) and Josh Manuel (drums) for a chat about Headspace, who has a tattoo of AJ and what Tyler […]
Death Comes Home – The Sleepwalker
Puerto Rican Metalcore band Death Comes Home have released the music video for “The Sleepwalker”.
The Word Alive at Slam Dunk Festival 2016
Chloe Barker took some great shots of The Word Alive at Slam Dunk this year, view them here…
Slam Dunk 2016 Review – Part One
Slam Dunk festival celebrated its tenth birthday this year with a monster party! With a diverse line-up including Panic! At the Disco, Of Mice & Men, Hellions, Blood Youth, As It Is, Yellowcard and many more, it was one not to be missed! Four writers (including myself at the Midlands) attended over the course of the weekend and give their views below!
Cabin Boy Jumped Ship announce a ‘New World Order’
Leicestershire electronic metalcore quintet Cabin Boy Jumped Ship have released the video for new track New World Order. The track is taken from their recently released second EP ‘Pathways’.
Upload Festival 2016
Before I start my review I would like to say that the UK needs more festivals like this one. It is rare that you will see such a great line up on a festival bill, especially one that has some of the best unsigned / DIY bands in the UK, so with anticipated excitement I took the long drive down to Wakefield for the first ever Upload Festival at Warehouse23.
Issues @ Y Plas 24/05/2016
When headliners, Issues took to the stage, the room erupted into raucous applause, whistles and screams from the many adoring fans…
Track of the Day: Oceans Ate Alaska – High Horse
Birmingham metalcore quintet Oceans Ate Alaska are preparing for next month’s UK homecoming tour by releasing the video for a new track!
Griever – Soul Searcher
Griever are a melodic-death metal/metalcore genre-bending quintet. Their sound is reminiscent of the likes of Trivium, Gothenburg Sound, Malefice and In Flames and they perfectly fit the gap for consistent metal butchery. The band’s forthcoming release Soul Searcher aims to prove exactly why the quintet have been shit-hot on the metal scene since their formation.
A Day To Remember announced for Kerrang! Awards
US genre-bending titans A Day To Remember have been unveiled for an exclusive only UK performance of 2016 at the 2016 Kerrang! awards. The metalcore/pop-punk giants will join Asking Alexandria in playing the inaugural gig following the June 9th awards ceremony.