Brit metallers The Dead XIII have revealed that their new album Dark Days will be released in February 2018! The record is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2015’s critically acclaimed Catacombs. The quintet have spent 2017 writing and on the road with the focus of the record being on the hidden demons in your mind. […]
This is not a test...or is it? Manchester based Spook rock band CHVRIOTS have just dropped their debut EP 'This is Not A Test'
For Halloween I decided the best thing to do would be to see New Grave answer to horror metal The Dead XIII. But the night didn't start off spooky, instead with a classic rock sound....
Do you ever feel like your life is set in a horror movie? Listening to Missing Children 63’ we take a look at the incredibly sinister time of disappearing children and serial killers stalking the streets.
Bristol new grave sextet Ashestoangels have been announced as main support for the legendary Hawthorne Heights on the UK leg of their If Only You Were Lonely ten year anniversary tour!
Slam Dunk festival celebrated its tenth birthday this year with a monster party! With a diverse line-up including Panic! At the Disco, Of Mice & Men, Hellions, Blood Youth, As It Is, Yellowcard and many more, it was one not to be missed! Four writers (including myself at the Midlands) attended over the course of the weekend and give their views below!
With just under a week to go until their appearance on the Dogtooth stage at Download festival, Ashestoangels have released the video for Down We Go. The goth rockers/ kings of new grave have taken the track from their recently released fourth album How To Bleed.
Overall a very good night with three top class bands and hopefully this will not be the first and last night we have the New Grave kings and queen back in the land of the dragons.
We sat down with the lovely scream queen Ash Costello from New Years Day in Cardiff to talk about Malevolence, touring and the controversial New Grave genre.
South Wales has long been known to supply some of the best rock and metal acts with the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics, The Blackout, Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend and Bullet For My Valentine being the major exports. While Wales celebrates the success of these bands, they would not exist had it not been for the underground music scene providing platforms and exposure. So what does South Wales have to offer? Let’s have a little look!
At a laid-back pre-party featuring performances from Muncie Girls, Heck and Creeper, Kerrang! announced the nominations for this years Kerrang! Awards via a live seance. The awards ceremony will take place at London's Troxy on June 9 and for the first year, will feature live music from Asking Alexandra and more to be announced.
2000trees Festival has announce its 4th full wave of bands for the huge 2016 event, happening over weekend of 7/8/9 July.
2016 marks the tenth year of Slam Dunk Festival. The festival has quickly become the UK’s premier touring festival, almost being likened as the younger British cousin of America’s massive Vans Warped Tour. To celebrate and to get you more excited for this year's May bank holiday shenanigans, we take a look back at the festival from its inauguration in 2006 right up to what you can expect from 2016.
Ashestoangels in their set, whether by design or by luck included everyone in the crowd, with Crilly seeming to have the ability to make eye contact with everyone in the crowd at once, making you feel for forty five minutes that you belong there.
Gareth Rooke went and saw Magic Trik, Griever and headliners, The Dead XIII in Glasgow. The New Grave rockers were in the midst of their tour as they tour their latest release 'Catacombs'. Read what Gareth thought here...