Pop-punk powerhouses Blink-182 balance high energy, hook-worthy sounds and deep, dark, mature tones on latest release 'NINE'. The album sees Matt Skiba triumphantly return for a second run, serving up some serious vocal prowess, whilst Hoppus honestly deals with dark subject matters and Barker brings heap loads of heavy, percussive drive to NINE’s fifteen tracks.
We caught up with Deaf Havana bassist Lee Wilson at Gunnersville Festival earlier this month to discuss the Rituals album cycle, their upcoming tour in support of non-profit charity War Child and their future plans.
Gunnersville Festival set in the surroundings of Gunnersbury Park made its debut earlier this month and in the process sent off festival season with soaring success. The Sunday of the Festival saw You Me At Six headline with the likes of Jimmy Eat World, As It Is, Deaf Havana and MILK TEETH take to the stage.
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.
With festival season slowly coming to a close, Gunnersville Festival promises to see the season out in style. The new tented concert series in London’s Gunnersbury Park this September will be playing host to some of the hottest names across the music industry including headlining acts Doves, The Specials and You Me At Six.
Sleeping With Sirens are back with their new full-length How It Feels To Be Lost set for release on 6th September. We caught up with Kellin Quinn and Jack Fowler at All Points East to discuss their 2019 plans, touring with Good Charlotte and new music.
A two weekend takeover of music, All Points East Festival returns for its second year, residing in London's leafy Victoria Park. Playing host to some of the most exciting names in music, the festival's rock ruling line-up on Friday 31st May saw headliners Bring Me The Horizon play a career-spanning set. The band's self-curated bill brought performances from Architects, Employed To Serve, IDLES, Run The Jewels, Scarlxrd, Sleeping With Sirens,While She Sleeps and more across the festival's six stages.
With festival season well underway, All Points East Festival returns for its second year to London's Victoria Park. Spanning across two long weekends in May and June, the festival plays host to the most exciting names in music on its multiple stages. If you're heading down to All Points East on Friday 31st May you will be treated to the festival's outstanding alternative line-up, featuring some of the hottest names in rock, metal and everything in between. Need some help to plan your day? Check out our must see bands!
Glasgow’s OHNOVA bring their mix of alternative meets big-riff rock on five track EP 'I Can't Sleep'. The neoteric desert rock trinity of Paul Morton, Matthew Sharp and Ciaran Whyte has started to reap rewards, after finding latest single Heavy Smile surface on the radio waves, and they’ll be hoping to continue that trend with this latest release.
Reforming, returning and reigniting a music industry revival, The Damned Things release their second studio album 'High Crimes' via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to first full-length debut 'Ironiclast', 'High Crimes' results in a record relishing in each individual member's essence, erupting in an energetic sonic dynamism.