Slam Dunk was back again for an unforgettable day of music, and Bring The Noise UK headed down to Hatfield for the South offering of the festival. Like all festivals, there were high points and not so high points which led to an interesting day.
My Chemical Romance are legends on the music scene and many of their fans have been waiting to see them play for a very long time. Some fans may have seen them before their 2013 split but many fans have never seen them play. This May they returned to the UK to play a tour to remember.
State Champs of what? we hear you cry. It could quite possibly be that they are the state champs at putting on a show, a very good one at that. The Upstate New Yorkers came through London and wowed, to say the least, on their second night in Camden.
Set It Off are back with another record, 'Elsewhere', an album that promises to take listeners on a ride through an unseen side of the band. Will their new formula create the perfect pop potion or will it be pop poison?
Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio announced their co-headlining short tour last year and emo kids, or adults to be more precise, had been eagerly awaiting it since.
The Libertines’ fans in London may have been worried as frontman Pete Doherty has battled with respiratory infections that may have prevented him from performing. However, they were treated to an amazing show in the end that went off without a hitch.
Stand Atlantic are back in the UK and in the nearly four years since they first came over here to play at the Camden Assembly, they were back in Camden. This time at the much bigger venue the Electric Ballroom where they wowed fans with a pinpoint performance.
When you’ve got a history in the industry like William Ryan Key does, finding the right direction for your new musical endeavours can be hard. That’s exactly what he attempts with new EP 'Everything Except Desire'.
As It Is are here with their new record 'I WENT TO HELL AND BACK', but will fans be grateful they made it back from their journey to hell to share this record with us? There's only one way to find out.
With a new line-up and a new EP, zebrahead have a lot on their hands. This EP comes after over a dozen studio albums and could very well mark a new beginning for the band. This means juggling a lot of expectations from fans new and old, but can they pull it off?