“Hey there, I am Linda, singer for the alternative band Halflives. My playlist includes different artists which have shaped me during this year and influenced the sound of the music I’ve been writing lately for Halflives. Here we go!”
Brighton alt-rockers City of Ashes have announced the details of their new single Sometimes. The track is taken from the bands second album Rise.
Sum 41 are gearing up to the release of their new album 13 Voices on October 7 (only 7 days people!!! Keep calm!! Who am I kidding? Lose your shit it’s near!)
Brit rockers Seasons have announced their second EP. What Goes Around is set for release on November 18. The band will be on a short UK run in November with a launch show at The Garage in London on release day.
When a band announces an album release show, people are never satisfied. If it’s in the Southern part of the country, their Northern fans complain and vice-versa. Hopefully Carcer City can avoid that by hosting not one but TWO album release shows in Bolton and London respectively! The album, Infinite//Unknown, was released via Stay Sick Recordings […]
Former lead vocalist/guitarist of LostAlone, Steven Battelle has a special Christmas show announcement! In his hometown of Derby on December 16, he will be performing his first home show!
Australian hardcore group Saviour have released the second taste of music from their new lineup that features dual vocalists Shontay Snow and Bryant Best.
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.
Sheffield rockers Alvarez Kings are on the road again! The band toured across the world with Melanie Martinez and the UK and mainland Europe with PVRISearlier this year and this week, they start their own headline run!
After a failed attempt at stand up comedy and wrestling careers (their loss is our gain), George Phillips picked up a guitar and began penning tracks about his failed imaginary relationship with world-renowned popstar Taylor Swift (we’re sure she’ll love you George!) and his failures in life and love. Sad Blood was born following the relentless failed recruiting of bassist Krys Bascombe and drummer Daniel Goldberg that eventually led to them relenting and joining.
FOES are set to hit the road in October in support of their forthcoming The Summit Lies Skyward record (out via Basick Records on October 7). The progresive post rockers have had a busy summer in terms of live shows, with appearances at ArcTanGent festival, Throwfest and Tramlines alongside a co-headline tour with We Never Learned To Live.
Brghton pop-punkers As It Is have announced the details for their sophomore album! The record, titled Okay, is set for release via Fearless Records on January 20, 2017.
Rockers Falls always provide an eccentric performance and they have now gone one better with the announcement that they are taking over London’s The Macbeth.
This weekend sees Underground Festival once again takeover Gloucester Guildhall for a weekend of alt rock. Set to once again showcase the best in new and up coming rock bands their line up is one not to be missed. Here’s our run down of who you should be checking out across the two day event.
US legends of deathcore Within the Ruins have announced that they will be heading out on a European tour across November and December. The run, with support from Fit For An Autopsy, Phineas and The Last Ten Seconds of Life, includes five UK dates towards the end of November.