Articles about Rock
Glasstide – You’re Not Worth It
Exeter rockers Glasstide are for fans of Airbourne, Black Stone Cherry and The Dirty Youth. The quartet are gearing up for the release of their debut EP Lights on September 23 by releasing the video for You’re Not Worth It. The band are full of energy and combine heavy rhythms and catchy hooks to leave you wanting more.
Sertraline bring a Change of Heart
Stoke’s hard rockers Sertraline are set to release new single Change of Heart on August 8. The band’s powerful vocals and fierce riffs have made them one of the most promising British acts of the last year.
We chat to Normandie
Swedish rockers Normandie are currently on their first UK run in support of debut record Inguz. Following the release, the band have received excellent reviews and are on the up! We sat down with drummer Jesper Malmberg and frontman Philip Strand to talk Inguz, the Pokemon craze and how we are not alone….
Memphis May Fire announce UK tour!
Memphis May Fire are heading back to the UK for a rotating headliner tour with fellow Rise Records artists The Devil Wears Prada and Silverstein!
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FVK announce farewell show!
Following 8 years as a band, FVK announced earlier this month, they would be calling it a day following co-frontman Kier Kemp’s departure. Those who descended on Bridgend for Shield Fest on July 18th got a glimpse of what the band’s perofrmance without Kier (Kierless Vampire Killers if you will) would be like, but if you missed that, the band have one final show to play, which sees all five of them take to the stage for the final time!
We Chat To The Xcerts At 2000 Trees Festival 2016
Scottish Sweethearts The Xcerts have enjoyed a good few years in the UK playing festivals such as T In The Park and 2000 Trees as they toured their latest album ‘There Is Only You’. With work underway on a new album, we spoke to one of our favourite bands at this year’s 2000 Trees Festival.
A Chat With Muncie Girls At 2000 Trees Festival 2016
Their debut album ‘From Caplan to Belsize’ came out in March and has been a constant fixture amongst the AltCorner office playlist. We were lucky enough to catch up with the band at this year’s 2000 Trees Festival 2016.
Normandie. Live @ Fuel, Cardiff. 19th July 2016.
As a whole the night was amazing. However, some bands had to cut their sets short due to sound tech difficulties.
Colt 45 – Snakes & Ladders (EP) | Review
For fans of the Punk vibes of Misfits and Rancid, we bring you the dark, furious tones of Colt 45, with their brand new EP, ‘Snakes And Ladders’ now available on all the good digital download sites (the legal ones where you pay for the music! Close that torrent tab right now you swine!).
The Decoy – Avalon
Three-piece alternative rock group The Decoy have just released a seriously groundbreaking album called Avalon. With every song showing striking vocals, as well as experimental instrument use, which was one of my favorite things about this album. Each track shows a raw, unique sound which I’ve never heard before making it endlessly-playable.
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The Dirty Nil – Zombie Eyed
Canadian trio The Dirty Nil have released the video for Zombie Eyed. Vocalist/guitarist Luke Betham says of the bloody video; “When some young kids from the west coast pitched us this gratuitously violent video, they essentially told us they were gonna make it with or without our blessing. We all laughed and agreed to see where the chips landed. Hope you like it as much as we do, the kids are alright.”
The Xcerts at 2000 Trees Festival 2016
Helen Messenger’s epic shots of The Xcerts at 2000 Trees Festival 2016!
THE SPITFIRES – A THOUSAND TIMES
The guys of Spitfire will be releasing their latest album A Thousand Times next month. Listening to these tracks myself, I was met with a few good listens.
Shield Fest II (FVK/More Than Most/Junior + more) @ Hobos, Bridgend
A very emotional night but it showed that FVK are going to go on and have plenty of success in their future ventures. A very good festival overall which organiser Adam Tibbs should give himself a pat on the back for! Now to count down the days until the next Shield Fest!