Fresh young pop/punk band Priests To Pilots have released their first EP titled Remember Me, With Favour and its a good one! Cracking on, PTP open with FortyFive, a really interesting build from the bass strumming 2 notes with each pattern change until drums and a lead guitar riff lays over the mix, before a more […]
On Thursday, I was off to Clwb Ifor Bach to see Holding Absence at their sold out hometown show! I’m going to say now that the gig was insanely good! All bands smashed it and I really enjoyed myself. I went to the gig only knowing Holding Absence and Nightlives. I heard a lot of […]
Between their debut ‘This Is the Six’ and its follow up ‘Brainwashed’ While She Sleeps have established themselves as one of the best metalcore bands that the UK has to offer. With their third album You Are We, they take their first steps as a band independent from record labels, releasing the album through fan […]
Those Who Knew, the alt-rock 5-piece from Nottingham are about to self release their debut EP New Perspective on 28th April. Describing themselves as having similarities to the ‘Foo Fighters’, ‘Deaf Havana’ and ‘Lower Than Atlantis’, I had quite high expectations; however I was expecting something a bit more ballsy than I got. They share more […]
Italian alt-metallers Anewrage released their second album Life-Related Symptoms on April 7. We had a sneak peek ahead of the release with the lead single Upside Down and were excited to hear the rest! Opening track Upside Down is catchy and the vocals are hoarse in a good way. There’s clap-a-long sections and it feels […]
Freeze The Atlantic are back with album number three, The People Are Revolting. There’s been a shake up in the line up, with the departure of Sean Shreeve and the return of Jon Pearce (of Reuben fame) but they are back and as politically charged and loud as ever. The People Are Revolting is certainly […]
Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes bought their highly successful version of alternative punk to the Wedgewood Rooms as part of their sold out UK tour. Opening the bill were Blackpool alt stoner rockers, Strange Bones. Their big riffs and hyperactive frontman were a perfect fit for an opening band in an intimate venue such as […]
To celebrate the release of their new album, ‘Volcano’, Temples put on a psychedelic rock dream of a show at Brixton’s Electric. This tour sees the band play in the UK and Europe, bringing their 60’s sound to a host of eager ears. Creatures kicked off the night with a lively half hour of funky music. You […]
For the final part of Day of Deference, we bring you a live review of their show in Cardiff! Monday’s are dreary days aren’t they? With the weekend over (this Monday was made even worse with the fact it being Monday meant Creeper’s gig had finished which we were also at last night) and people […]
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It’s been almost two years since we last had a record from Falling In Reverse and in that period, guitarist Jacky Vincent left and was replaced by Christian Thompson. So with this being the first record featuring the new guitarist and after the teaser of the title track, we were excited to listen to the […]
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Support band and Blackberry Smoke label mates ‘Biters’ have a distinctly retro Glam/hair rock feel to them in both appearance and sound. They get a decent reception from a mixed age crowd with more appreciation coming from the older rockers and a well warmed up crowd ready for the main act. Blackberry Smoke’s tag line […]
A room half full for opening band Puppy, as a few heads bang in sync with the heavy tones provided getting a nice reception after each song. As they explain to the crowd about the “good bands coming up” it is noticeable that the bill is in perfect order as each band is announced, everyone […]
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British rock five piece, Brightlight City are releasing their latest EP, Our Future’s Not Dead, this April and it is as bright as the lights in their hypothetical city! Between playing tours and sharing stages with bands like Rise Against, the band have put together a four track EP that certainly shows their talents. At […]
Opening the night were West Midlands based Rock band Sister Shotgun with a hometown show. Although this band was plagued with tech issues during their set, with the way they handled it, they showed true professionalism! A fairground-esc walk on track started, reminding me of similarities to ‘A Little Piece of Heaven’ by Avenged Sevenfold, […]
Bristol’s post-hardcore quartet Everyday Sidekicks are back with their new EP Hope. The record is set for release on March 31st and they bring the heavy. The EP is a major progression from it’s predecessor and a pretty darn good one too! Opening track Glass House is angsty and has an interesting melody. The vocals […]