Steven Battelle – ‘Exit Brain Left’

Released December 2nd under his own label ‘Suffer For My Art’, Steven Battelle brought us his mesmerizing debut solo album, titled ‘Exit Brain Left’. Describing his own genre as ‘elaborate’, listening to the album it definitely accurately represents his music. It’s almost a case of David Bowie meets Enter Shikari and The Beatles, three bands […]

Halestorm – ReAniMate 3: The CoVeRs eP

Atlantic recording group Halestorm have unveiled details of their third EP of cover songs. Produced by Nick Raskulinecz “ReAniMate 3: The CoVeRs eP” will arrive in stores and at all digital retailers and streaming services on Friday, January 6th. Grammy award winning American rock band Halestorm are well known for their near non-stop touring often […]

JPNSGRLS – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow

Starting the night were Sunny Devils. They provide a stripped back sound with great vocals, even if he was not really pushing his voice (either that or he was just that good). The drums are too soft at times but due to stripped back sound, you can’t have metal drum thrashes. Simple but elegant guitar […]

Celeb Car Crash – People Are The Best Show

Imagine a world where the mid-2000’s never ended. A happier place, full of Hot Topic t-shirts, mighty fringes, jeans tight enough to cut off any blood supply they may ever have again and My Chemical Romance still in existence (and not in that strange neon phase that accompanied ‘Danger Days’).  A time when eyeliner was […]

Hunter Kill Hunter take on the A-Z challenge!

London’s alternative quintet Hunter Kill Hunter have just released their second EP, the aptly named II. Their relatable tracks about personal struggles and emotive live performances have seen them gain a strong fanbase. You can check out our review of the record here. We challenged vocalist Justin Jackson and guitarist Kieran Harper to take on […]

Gangstagrass @ The Borderline, London

Tonight, in London is going to be interesting. Tonight is the night we witness a collective of two genres that normally wouldn’t mix, and here it is, in The Borderline in the heart of London’s West End. As we enter the venue, support act Rodney Brannigan’s a Texan living in London is already on stage […]

Merry Christmas from Bloodstock!

Bloodstock Open Air Festival is getting into the Christmas spirit with yet another lineup announcement! Welsh hellraisers Skindred are set to make their BOA debut, bringing their boisterous live shows and unique blend of reggae, metal and punk to the festival. Also it will be BOA goers’ first time to join the infamous Newport helicopter! […]

Beyond Recall want to Get It Right

Brit alternative trio Beyond Recall are gearing up for the January 13, 2017 release of new EP Selfish Scars (read our review here!) with the awesome new video for track Get It Right! The trio have been likened to a combination of the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Don Broco, All Time Low and […]

Hunter Kill Hunter- II

London based five piece Hunter Kill Hunter release their second and aptly named EP, II, on December 2nd. The record starts with a short intro that flows flawlessly into opener Too Much To Take. Throughout the track we hear the bands two vocalists sharing duties and playing off of each other as they continue to […]

Mummy, Puppy, Demob Happy & Big Spring @ Brooklyn Bowl London

Team Walf and Brooklyn Bowl Rising Rocks presented a brilliant lineup showcasing four of the best up and coming alternative rock bands in the UK. First on the bill was Mummy, a sludge/stoner rock four piece. The band came on to a still gathering crowd, with little response. However once they started playing more people […]

Bowling For Soup – Drunk Dynasty

  For many years, there have been comedy bands. Weird Al Yankavich, Steel Panther, Spinal Tap, Tenacious D and the likes have left us chortling away whilst also delivering some truly kick-ass tunes, yet each of these acts share one huge part of what makes them who they are. All of them are a parody […]

Nervus – Permanent Rainbow

  The more I listen to this album, the more I enjoy it all, and the more it invades your mind. It’s easy listening, radio friendly, feel good Indie Rock music. It’s almost like modern day Indie and punk rock from the Naughties had a musical baby. The major tonality throughout the album is very […]

DARKO Tear Up Japan On Tour In New Video For ‘Canthus Viewpoints’

Convention-defying melodic punks Darko are pleased to reveal a high octane live video for ‘Canthus Viewpoints’, the last track to be taken from the Sea of Trees EP, out now on Lockjaw Records (Drones, Antillectual, Belvedere). Containing an eye-watering amount of intense, shred-laden skate punk that barrels along at a pace that would drain the […]

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