Let's not beat about the bush here, The St Pierre Snake Invasion have one of those band names you just don't take seriously, like Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!. The fact is, Chunk and most other bands who have made it anywhere despite having a ridiculous name can back themselves up with good music. With the new record from The St Pierre Snake Invasion, however, the question lies not in the name, but in the music.
As the campsite opens for five day campers, we asked one of our senior writers and festival attendee Tom Butterworth to give us his low-down of the ones to watch.
With the release of All At Your Mercy and Ultra music videos, we spoke to Anders C from Pleiades to find out what went on.
Sometimes you can judge what a show is going to be like by the crowd. Dream State at the Key Club in Leeds was one of those shows.
2000trees Festival is all about the music, with more than 120 of the absolute best new and underground acts from the worlds of rock and indie, plus some more established acts to close out the night. The festival also prides itself on giving new bands a platform to play to a huge audience, helping build bands up and supporting the UK music scene. It is a staple amongst the UK Festival scene and a festival that is held extremely close to the hearts of us at AltCorner. So what better way to get excited about the festival than to compile a list of artists we cannot wait to see tear it up!
Modern Error's debut album Lost In The Noise is a solid start to the band's catalogue, however the odd pacing of the album prevents it gaining any real momentum. With a sound that draws from the common synth driven style of modern metalcore, there is a draw to ballads and melody. Taking a strong influence from the recent Architects releases, and a hint of post Sempiternal metalcore. All the while the is no distinct reliance on another bands style. Within this record there are signs of potential and while it doesn’t stand out as an individual record it does suggest Modern Error to be a band to keep an eye on in coming years.
Liz takes a look at the latest and most importantly - the best new singles released from some of the finest artists around!
With the new year well and truly upon us, we've been treated to a whole load of new singles from artists across the board to kick off 2019! Each week, we round up our top 10 singles released to give you an idea of just what has come through! This week, we're taking you through our picks to have come from the music world since January 1st!
Single Mothers are making their triumphant return to the UK following the release of their sublime third album 'Through a Wall'. If that news wasn't worthy enough of a party, the Canadians will be the support act for Drug Church! So that'll be Drug Church and Single Mothers on the same bill!
Welsh post-hardcorers A Night Like This have revealed their new single Throne! Check out Throne below; The track was recorded with Padge from fellow Welsh stars Bullet For My Valentine! It follows the band’s successful release of their debut EP Between Hell And Home and shows with the likes of HOlding Absence, Loathe and Empire. The band say of their music: “The music […]
South Wales’ Casey have revealed their new single The Funeral! The track is lifted from their latest album Where I Go When I Am Sleeping (out now, Hassle Records)! Vocalist Tom Weaver says; “We are once again incredibly please to be collaborating with our longstanding creative director and friend, Martyna Wisniewska, and take great pride and pleasure in presenting […]
Brighton post-hardcorers River Becomes Ocean have revealed details of their debut album! A Motion Paralysed is set for release on January 18, 2019 through Department Musik. Frontman Marvin McMahon explains of the record; “Although focusing on love and relationships through much of the record’s material, we also approach new subjects like the apathy of Generation Z and a […]