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MUSIC FEATURE: Five Minutes With…Cheap Meat

2020 marked the return of Cheap Meat, who confirmed details of their their long-awaited debut album 'People Are The Worst'. Due for release this week via their own label Jerk Store Records, the debut full-length was the record they wanted to make, on their own terms - offering a true representation of the London trio. We caught up with vocalist/guitarist Ross Drummond to find out more... 
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MUSIC FEATURE: Five Minutes With…Blackout Problems

Blackout Problems have kicked off the new year with their brand new album 'DARK', the follow-up to 2018's 'KAOS' which saw them build their reputation across the globe, including their debut international tour, a variety of festival appearances and a run of forty shows supporting Royal Republic. We caught up with the band to discuss their formation, influences and more. 
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MUSIC FEATURE: Behind The Noise – Soulburn

Dutch blackened death/doom metallers Soulburn unveiled their new album 'NOA’S D’ARK' last year, including their ferocious single 'Shrines Of Apathy'. Intrigued to find out more, we caught up with founding member Eric Daniels and vocalist/bassist Twan van Geel to discuss the song and it's accompanying video, including themes, the writing process and stories from behind the scenes. 
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MUSIC FEATURE: Five Minutes With…UnCuT

Last year French power blues trio UnCuT released their vibrant debut album 'Blue', blending rock influences ranging from the 70s through to the present day. We caught up with the band to discuss their formation, their first musical memories and more. 
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MUSIC FEATURE: Ones To Watch – 2021

While many things about 2021 remain uncertain we know that music will keep us going, just like it has done during the turbulent times of 2020. So, who will become your favourite act of the New Year? Here at Bring The Noise UK we've collated some of the most exciting up-and-coming names who you should look out for in 2021!
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MUSIC FEATURE: Bring The Noise UK – Our Favourite Records Of 2020

Despite how 2020 has turned out for the live music scene, it most certainly hasn't stopped the release of a multitude of incredible new records. As we come to the end of this year, the Bring The Noise UK team took the time to look back on the last twelve months and the records they've loved. Read on to find out who made the cut!
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: James Kennedy

2020 has been a turbulent year, there's no doubt about it, but it's also been one of opportunity for James Kennedy. Previously a member of alternative rock band Kyshera, he officially launched as a solo artist after the band's demise and has since gone on to release his new album 'Make Anger Great Again'. Not stopping there, Kennedy also published his first book, which he describes as "the story of the unsigned, the unsung and the unheard." We caught up with him to find out more...
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MUSIC FEATURE: Five Minutes With…Ego Kill Talent

The COVID-19 pandemic may have halted their busy touring schedule (which included stadium dates with Metallica, arenas with System Of A Down and more), but Ego Kill Talent have kept themselves busy in this testing year with their first-ever livestream and more recently, the release of their new EP 'Part 2, The Dance Between'. With plans to release their new album 'The Dance Between Extremes' in early 2021, we caught up with the Brazilian rockers to find out more...
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MUSIC FEATURE: Five Minutes With…Pulchra Morte

Formed in 2017 by members of Skeletonwitch, Abigail Williams, Eulogy, Wolvhammer and Leagues Below, Pulchra Morte revive and put their own spin on late-‘80s/early-‘90s doom-infused death metal on their latest album 'Ex Rosa Ceremonia'. We caught up with drummer Clayton Gore to find out more...
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MUSIC FEATURE: Behind The Noise – VRSTY

New York City-based collective VRSTY have unveiled a video for their latest single 'Massive', a straight-talking track from their recently released EP 'Cloud City'. Described by vocalist Joey Varela as the moment when he decided he was "gonna do whatever it took to break through", we caught up to discuss the song's theme, behind the scenes stories and more. 
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