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Hevy Fest has anounced yet more monster bands to its mammoth line-up. The 2016 festival takes place across 19-20th August 2016 at Newhaven in Derbyshire and weekend tickets only cost £84.50!
We bring you the review of Gnarwolves' latest EP, Adolescence. But how does it measure up to last year's stunning debut?
Love it or hate it, pop-punk has definitely re-established itself within the music industry in recent years, yet again becoming almost a staple in popular music. 2015 was a cardinal year for pop-punk, amongst other genres, seeing BMG buying Rise Records (home to the likes of Knuckle Puck, The Early November, PVRIS, Transit, Man Overboard and more), and bands such as 5 Seconds of Summer, Fall Out Boy and McBusted, with clear pop-punk influence, beginning to truly dominate the charts again. This could be big news for pop-punk fans like myself (especially since we're all gonna have to find some other lame thing to like if it gets cool again), so let's take a look at 5 of the pop-punk juggernauts showing the rest of us that pop-punk isn't actually dead at all!