Cardiff is the destination for tonight’s gig which sees the Valley’s favourite sons Breathe in the Silence headline a great bill to celebrate the release of their EP Hold My Heart.
Emo has been brought back to the forefront of alternative music with the likes of Moose Blood capturing the hearts of everyone they come into contact with. This has paved the way for a new wave of emo bands including Norfolk/Cambridge emo-punks My Only, who release their debut EP This Room & You on September 2.
I’d say that if you’re a fan of Motley Crue, then you might enjoy this album too. I’d certainly recommend it if you’re a fan of Saints of Los Angeles. Are You Real? is badass, cool and a great listen overall. Plus, you may just want to be in Los Angeles when you hear this.
Chase The Day’s debut album, ‘Tabula Rasa’ is out on September 9th, and for a debut, it’s something special.
Liverpool Alt Rock band, Diamond Days, are releasing their sophomore EP The Death of Us this November and already anticipation is building. Having caused a storm on social media with their debut single, Start It From The End, the band have gone on to gain radio & TV air time across the likes of Scuzz, […]
The duo, Lucinda Livingstone, on Vocals and Guitar, and Conor Dawson on Drums, use their music to break taboos and change attitudes towards mental health, spreading the message ‘’It’s okay to be sad’’. Along with this they aim to break the gender stereo types in music for good.
Overall this album is pretty fantastic and the band outdid themselves on this record. After listening to this you can hear the blood , sweat and tears and all the time and determination, the boys in A Day To Remember put into this album and in my opinion it is one of their best albums they have released yet and a great comeback for ADTR.
Union Chapel in Islington is the venue for tonight. A church seems a very odd place to head to for a Sleeping with Sirens and State Champs show. It is a rare opportunity for fans of the bands to see their idols perform their hits acoustically and it was one they snapped up with tickets selling out within an hour as frontman Kellin Quinn mentions during the set. As I arrive at the venue, there is a massive queue and it’s obvious people have camped out overnight. There is a touching moment as the headline band emerge from the neo-gothic church with pizza boxes they give to the queue.
Possibly one of the most under appreciated men in pop-punk history, Erik Chandler is more commonly known as the bassist for the legendary Bowling For Soup (and if you don’t know who they are, then why are you even here. Go away and educate yourself right now!). Will this solo outing follow in his bands footsteps, delivering more of what we’ve come to love from the Texas Quartet? Will this be a dramatic change in pace for Mr. Chandler, allowing him to create a thirteen piece Jazz odyssey?
Chandni recently attended the prestigious Reading Festival. Upon her return, she compiled a summary of the best bands she saw during her weekend. Read what she thought here…
The upstairs room of the Garage is the destination for tonight’s gig, the penultimate date on the Beyond Recall/Altered Sky tour
My Truck experience started later than advertised due to having to work! After speeding down the A34 (Disclaimer: speeding added for excitement purposes only) I finally arrived and had an agonizing wait in the queue to get my press pass being able to hear Lonely the Brave knowing I was missing them, so my introduction to Truck this year was me wanting to do an angry old person shaking finger pointing at whoever was at the front of the queue holding me up…
Breathe In The Silence are to set to release their new second EP titled “Hold My Heart” on the 2nd of September via Crooked Noise. Breathe In The Silence are a post hardcore band from the mountains of South Wales. They also class their genre as “Valleycore”.
Chasing Cadence, a four-piece alt-rock band from Hertfordshire, are releasing their new EP, ‘Destroy Something Beautiful’, on September 16th, and it’s definitely one of the best EP’s I’ve heard.
I had the wonderful opportunity to experience Warped Tour for the first time ever. Being new to this event, I had no idea what to expect other than the inevitable of receiving the most horrible sun tan.
As the gates opened lovers of music flooded the grounds and made their way to the stages, tents, and vendors…