We are so excited for the new Basement record and this song has cemented itself as one of our favourite by the Suffolk quartet. We are pleased to announce that ‘Aquasun’ is our Track of the Day!
How do you capture the experience and atmosphere of a fantastic US wide tour from last Summer? Well, if you’re The Dollyrots, you capture the action of your hometown show and turn it into a brand new Live CD and DVD!
Aberdeen pop-punks Campfires have released their debut EP. The self-titled release sees the bands upbeat yet emotive and catchy yet sombre sound ensure that it will firmly cement the quintet into the current pop-punk market.
FVK have released video number three to be taken from their recently released mini-album Bruises. Regret is a chilling, suspense filled video which you can watch here…
Anthemic rock band Day Old Hate have unveiled the video for new track First Light. You can watch the video here…
Cheshire punks Simmer have announced the details of their Paper Prisms album. The debut release from the trio will be released via Dog Knights Productions on February 29.
Math Rock quartet Never Let This Go give us a song for all of you who have been in a relationship with some who is just going though the motions. “Pretender” is take from the seven track EP ‘Believe’.
The 10th anniversary of SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL has just got bigger with 8 new bands announced and some huge exclusives. These 8 bands will join the headliners Panic! At The Disco and the likes of Of Mice & Men, New Found Glory and many more for the May 2016 bank holiday weekend.
Chisel Beeches new video for ‘Take You Home’ is for all of the designated drivers out there. If you have ever had to deal with drunk friends on a long car journey home you know…
The track is taken from their EP Misguided Youth and vocalist Liam Edwards says the songs lyrics are “loosely based around the process of a hangover, apathy, and other things associated with being young, it’s intended to be a fun, energetic song for people to relate to.”
The Bottom Line are an energetic Pop Punk band hailing from the UK South Coast Releasing their debut EP ‘Another Pop Punk EP’ in 2012 and finding success from their album ‘Role Models?’ in 2013, whether you’re new to the scene or a seasoned veteran of Pop-Punk, these guys are definitely worth a listen.
Ashestoangels are kicking 2016 off with a bang. The band’s first single to be taken from their as-yet-untitled fourth album (out March 18), Find Hell had its video premiered on Kerrang’s website yesterday (January 13). Catch the video here!
Bristol New Grave rockers Ashestoangels have announced that their as yet unnamed, highly anticipated fourth album will be released on March 18.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the duration of 2015, you will be very aware of the quick ascent of Southampton goth-punks Creeper into the hearts of just about everyone who has encountered them in any form.