Godfathers of goth punk Aiden have followed Friday’s release of their final self-titled album with a massive treat for fans old and new.
We digged this latest release from the double C boys so we’ve chosen it as our Track of the Day!
Bristolian pop punkers Highlives have released the video for their new single Better Days.
Manchester horror-metal quintet The Dead XIII got into the Halloween spirit by releasing the lyric video to Lay Siege To Hell. The video premiered on Kerrang.com and can be viewed here:
When they’re not working, writing heart-warming music or playing shows, London-based alt-rock band More Than Most are busy recording and uploading covers.
Baroness have revealed the album artwork for Purple via a time-lapse video which can be viewed here…
Cardiff pop-punks Junior have released the social-media inspired video for That Pretty Dress.
Smokey Bastard’s new album Back To The Drawing Room is released on November 13th and the band are heading on the road in support of their new release.
Swedish doom rockers Witchcraft have announced the details for their new album Nucleus.
Portsmouth-based metalcore crew Networks have announced that their debut EP Enough To Save Us is set for release on November 27th.
We thought these guys were brilliant when we met them and saw them play at Truck Festival and this track is their best yet!
This week sees the release of the eagerly anticipated new album from Welsh hardcore quintet CONTINENTS.
Bristol based alt rockers The Vigil have today announced details of their forthcoming album. Titled ‘Save Our Souls’, the 4 piece’s debut will be released in early 2016 and was produced by Nigel Pulsford from the band Bush.
Seattle Godfathers of goth punk Aiden have announced that their final, self titled album will be released on the 30th of October 2015.