It’s been just over a year since Aussie trio With Confidence released their second studio album Love and Loathing, and to celebrate they’re out on a co-headline UK tour with label mates ROAM. With ROAM riding on a wave of excitement following the recent release of their third album Smile Wide, we knew spirits were going to be high when the first night of tour hit Southampton’s The 1865, and it's safe to say that we weren’t let down.
Ready and raring to return to their heavy roots, it seems Sleeping With Sirens have stamped in the face of an ambush of adversities. From the turmoil of a major label signing to tackling inner troubles, this was the fuel needed to fire up the birth of the band's sixth studio album 'How It Feels to Be Lost'. Their most daring endeavour to date, the Sumerian Records release sees Sirens striving to showcase relentless instrumentals, screamed vocals and a raging sense of honesty.
2000trees is something of a spiritual home for Jamie Lenman, a much earlier year of Trees was even set to be headlined by his previous band, Reuben. In 2019 he isn’t headlining the now much larger festival, but he does have his own stage, with a personally curated line-up for the opening day. We caught up with the man himself to reflect on the 'Golden Age' of British post-hardcore and its resurgence.
ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. The final day sees Swedish powerhouses Cult of Luna and Meshuggah close out the festival.
ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. Day two features two unique sets: TTNG playing 'Animals' in full and Black Peaks with Jamie Lenman at the helm.
ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. This year is arguably the biggest yet, with a brand new stage and headliners including Coheed & Cambria, Battles and Meshuggah.
Ahead of their appearance at Reading and Leeds Festival, A Day To Remember took to House Of Vans in London for a very special show. Having recently announced their signing to Fueled By Ramen and new single Degenerates there was an electric atmosphere in the venue.
Having been around for nearly two decades, Comeback Kid have spent the entirety of their career churning out a seemingly endless stream of metal-infused hardcore punk tracks influencing countless younger bands along the way. Tonight in the DIY punk surroundings of Boston Music Room they took to the stage alongside British hybrid outfit Svalbard.