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The Great Escape AIM / SCUZZ showcases: Area 11, FVK, Heck, Counting Days and more

The Association of Independent Music (AIM) and Best Before Records will return to The Great Escape festival to represent heavy music for the second year running. Now partnered with Scuzz TV, the 'Scuzz UK Throwdown' showcases will be held over two days at Volks in Brighton.

Max Raptor – Max Raptor Album

It’s not hard to tell that the boys have put their blood sweat and tears into writing this album, and it has definitely paid off. You can feel the emotion screaming at you through your speakers and can’t help but relate.

The GazettE are Undying

Japan's leading heavy-rockers The GazettE have released three track maxi-single UNDYING via JPU Records. The multi-single comes as the sixth movement in the band's Project: Dark Age, a mammoth project that involves 18 creative professionals from the fashion, design, photography, sound, film and stage industries, with the five band members being the central focus.

Allusondrugs and Fizzy Blood announce co-headline tour

Yorkshire's finest new rock prospects Allusondrugs and Fizzy Blood have combined to produce a summer face-melting co-headline tour. Both bands have cemented a great friendship and have seen high praise from some of the music industry's main players.

PVRIS, ABC O2, Glasgow

Heading to the ABC O2 for this gig, I couldn't wait to see PVRIS again. They had impressed me with their support slot on the Bring Me The Horizon tour and I could tell by the buzz of the crowd inside the venue that I wasn't the only one who was excited to see PVRIS.

Iodine Sky – Tides

When you think Manchester you initially think gloomy lyrics a-la Joy Division and, soft melodies like those of The Smiths, however, anthemic songs with catchy hooks may not be necessarily something that comes to mind. Manchester based quartet, Iodine Sky have set out to change that!

BLACK PEAKS – STATUES

It's pretty bizarre what's going on with that gentleman's face on the cover, but weird doesn't always equal bad. In fact, when you hear this album, you may just agree with that sentiment...

Dead! @ Shadow Sounds, Glasgow

For this gig I took a trip south of the River Clyde to the intimate venue, Shadow Sound. With this being a small venue in the back of a rehearsal studio, there is no bar, and with its BYOB policy it has a great community feel...

Vessels – Cute Cute Death | Album Review

We took a listen to Vessel, the debut album from Post-Hardcore quintet, Cute Cute Death. Find out what we though inside...

Vinyl hero – Seven Days on a Train

Go on, if you like early Nickelback (go on, deny it) or Queens of the Stone Age and fancy putting a smile on your face, buy a ticket and ride the Vinyl Hero train.

Maven, Altered Sky and Last Vendetta @ Joiners Southampton

This gig trip was a sort of home coming for me. I had been a year since I had left Southampton and moved to Glasgow and what better way to celebrate than with a gig by some fantastic upcoming artists!

We Chat To Patient Sixty-Seven

Their mix of Rock, Metal and Electronic elements make for an impressive concoction. Ruby had a chat with the Perth rockers and here it is...

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