A long awaited sequel to the 2013 tour which saw these acts doing three shows: Newcastle, Manchester and London. Morag Brown attended and reviewed the evening…
Gareth went and saw Sertraline, Emerald Overload and Buzzards of Babylon in Edinburgh. Read what he thought here…
Gareth reviewed Kill City Radio and More Than Most at The Buff Club in Glasgow…
This weekend (6-8th November) became music heaven for both artists and fans alike in the Welsh capital. Wales’ answer to Camden Rocks festival was upon us and I saw The Cradles’ set…
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Just over a week after its release, we bring you our review of Foxing’s truly impressive sophomore release, Dealer.
Gareth Rooke reviewed Signals and Floella Grace when they played in London.
Gareth Rooke reviewed In Hindsight + Supports at ABC2 O2, Glasgow.
Spark The Sail are a five-piece pop-rock band from Bristol. Bethan Adams had a listen to their new EP and here are her thoughts…
Gareth reviewed Fightstar, Arcane Roots and Making Monsters in Glasgow!
I flew to London for what was is arguably the largest alternative festival in the UK, Vans Warped Tour. The size may not be the same as it’s American cousin but, the pop-punk energy did travel across the Atlantic.
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Realm of Torment, A band hailing from Southampton, the home of one of the south coast’ best D.I.Y communities, recently released a new record called Testament of Hope & Despair.
Outside the famous Koko venue, it appears Halloween has come early as the growing squad of men and women
However, Tonight’s show at the small yet palatial London theatre, Black Metal outfit Cradle of Filth rounded off their first full UK run of dates in nearly a decade. In doing so, they demonstrated they still had their diehard fans and still had a big impact as they had for the 20-plus years they’ve been active.
So Aiden are back for one final album and they’ve brought along some guest vocalists, tracks on the free download album (out October 30th) including Ash Costello from New Years Day, Fearless Vampire Killers’ Kier Kemp, Escape The Fate’s Craig Mabbitt, Leafar Sayer from Prayers, Crilly from Ashestoangels and Chris Motionless from Motionless In White.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes hit Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff for the last night of their sold-out UK run. The show was upgraded to the bigger room due to demand which was one of the quickest dates to sell-out on the tour.