MUSIC NEWS: Volumes Announce Album Details And Reveal New Single
Volumes have confirmed that they'll be releasing their new album Different Animals on the 8th June via Fearless Records. "We're very excited on this next release," says guitarist Diego Farias. "We have painstakingly worked on this album for the past 2+ years and all through so many ups and downs within our band. It's been a trip to say the least; however, we are so excited and proud with what we are about to give you, our fans, who have stuck by us, through the good and bad...with this album." To coincide with the announcement the band have released a video ...
FESTIVAL NEWS: Reading & Leeds Festival Announce Headliner Eminem And More
Reading & Leeds Festival have confirmed their final headliner Eminem for August Bank Holiday Weekend. The superstar rapper will join previously announced headliners Kasabian and Muse. Migos, Giggs, Haim, You Me At Six, Halsey, Blossoms, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Billy Talent, Mallory Knox, Sundara Karma, The Hunna, Cabbage, Lethal Bizzle, Flatbush Zombie, Dave, Moose Blood and more have also been added to the line-up. Further to that names including Two Door Cinema Club, Flume, Fatboy Slim, Wiley, Circa Waves, Jimmy Eat World, The Amity Affliction, Major Lazer, Bastille, At The Drive In, Architects, Torey Lanez, Glass Animals, Against The Current, ...
LIVE REVIEW: Deaf Havana, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Dead!, O2 Academy, Bristol, 20/02/2017
Familiar desk lamps and bouquets of flowers adorned the stack amplifiers as the flood of attendees began to wash inside Bristol’s O2 Academy for the evening’s festivities. Supporting the evening’s headliners was none other than crazed Londoners, Dead!, bringing their brand of grunge rock to the damned restless future of music lovers. Alex Mountford began his own onslaught of wild arm swings, unexplainable facial expressions and exasperated singing. Mentioned by a few in the crowd, his vocals hold similarities to All American Reject’s Tyson Ritter but hone alternative tweaks in falsetto slips and unique shrieks that make him quite an original ...
VIDEO NEWS: Architects Reveal Video For ‘Gravity’
Architects have revealed the video for Gravity, taken from their latest album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. The footage in the video was shot at the band's recent sold-out Brixton Academy show in London. “If you let yourself go to the darkness, and discuss these things, you do realize how much light there is in life as well,” says vocalist Sam Carter. “Life is a wonderful, incredible thing. And the most beautiful thing of all about life is the wonder and the questions and the discussions.” Architects will head out to the USA next month for the first time since 2014, before ...
ALBUM REVIEW: Decade – Pleasantries
Evolution is an integral part of surviving in a music industry that remains constantly fluid and dynamic. It can go one of two ways. The one-way results in the artist changing their sound in favour of adhering to modern trends. The other way sees the artist subvert modern trends and push off in a direction that drastically alters the core nature of their sound. Decade has taken the latter path with the release of their sophomore album Pleasantries. Their 2014 debut release Good Luck was a frantic and messy foray into pop punk. It was released at a time where the ...
VIDEO NEWS: Death And The Penguin Reveal Video For ‘No Blood, No Sport’
Death And The Penguin have revealed the video for their latest single No Blood, No Sport, taken from their recently released EP Eine Kleine Granatenmusik. “The song is about the intersection between violence, sex, and religion," says vocalist Tobias Smith. "Looking at the world today, you can’t help but escape the feeling that if Jesus were leader of the opposition on a “love your enemy” platform, certain politicians would be accusing him of a lack of leadership and insufficient masculine endowment.” Keep up to date with the band via their website.
VIDEO NEWS: Weatherstate Reveal New Single ‘Sympathy’
Weatherstate have revealed the video for their latest single Sympathy, which was premiered on the Radio One Rock Show last weekend. "Sympathy is about how the decisions you make socially can affect the future situations you find yourself in, and at the same time, being completely unapologetic about it," the band explain of the single. "The end game is the result of your own actions. We all have shit going on. It's trying not to feel bad for your own actions, and not expecting others to necessarily be sympathetic towards you." Like what you hear? You can purchase Sympathy via iTunes. You ...
MUSIC NEWS: Employed To Serve Announce Album Details And Reveal New Single ‘I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away)’
Employed To Serve have confirmed that they'll be releasing their sophomore album The Warmth Of A Dying Sun on the 19th May via Holy Roar Records. To coincide the band have debuted the first track from the record, titled I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away), which you can check out below: Like what you hear? Purchase the single via iTunes. Employed To Serve have already been confirmed to appear at Effigy, ArcTanGent and Great Escape Festival during festival season - they will also play an album launch show at Old Blue Last on the 19th May.
Volumes announce details of their new album and reveal single ‘On Her Mind’ (ft. Pouya).
Eminem confirmed as final headliner for Reading & Leeds Festival plus more acts announced.
Architects have released a video for ‘Gravity’ featuring footage from their recent sold out Brixton Academy show.
Check out Death And The Penguin’s new video for ‘No Blood, No Sport’.
Complexity Fest returns to Patronaat in Haarlem on Saturday, so we caught up with Napoleon to talk about why they love The Netherlands, their favourite drunken delicacy and more.
Greywind released their debut album Afterthoughts on 27th January to great acclaim, and on the same day played their first ever headline show at St. Pancras Old Church in London. We caught Paul and Steph after the soundcheck to have a chat about the album, their whirlwind journey over the last 2 years, and their plans for the future.
Hampshire three-piece Kilkovec release their Plunge EP this week, 8-tracks of highly energetic, cathartic and raw alt-punk rock. For fans of Brand New, letlive. and Marmozets, the band delve into the new record for Bring The Noise with their track-by-track.