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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Our Hollow, Our Home

Southampton based metalcore band Our Hollow, Our Home are hotly tipped as one of the most rapidly growing bands in the UK metal music scene right now. Their third full-length release 'Burn In The Flood' is set to drop on May 28th via the band's own label //Hollow Music. The band aim to document their personal growth as a band, as well as openly speak out about the genuine struggles faced throughout daily life on this blistering new album. We spoke to vocalist Connor Hallisey and singer/guitarist Tobias Young all about the album, the band's decision to self-release and the importance of artists to fan engagement in times like these. 
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Holding Absence

With just days away from the release of their sophomore record 'The Greatest Mistake Of My Life', we spoke to Holding Absence frontman Lucas Woodland about their emotional new record, going back on tour and much more.
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Kid Kapichi

Friday 5th February marked the date that Hastings’ finest Kid Kapichi unleashed their highly anticipated debut album into the world. 'This Time Next Year' was produced by the band during lockdown and is a record that bursts with personality and boisterous charm. We spoke to co-vocalist and guitarist Jack Wilson about the record, their future plans, and how much Buckfast makes the perfect gig.
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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 INTERVIEW: Dark Tranquillity

It's been four years since melodic death metal pioneers Dark Tranquillity released their eleventh full-length 'Atoma'. After touring across the globe and the recruitment of two new guitarists, the band are back and ready to release their boundary-pushing follow-up 'Moment'. We caught up with vocalist Mikael Stanne to discuss the band's new album and line-up, their upcoming livestream and more. 
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms' new album 'In Sickness & In Flames' celebrates life, as the two-piece push forward with a positive and creative energy on the follow-up to 2017's 'Going Grey'. That said, they have openly explained that their new record is one that involves pain, when the pair went through unbelievable life changes - but creativity came to the rescue in helping them to solve their problems. We caught up with the band to find out more... 
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Madina Lake

When you hear the name Madina Lake you will no doubt be hit with a rush of nostalgia, but now after an nine-year hiatus the quartet are back and raring to go with their brand new EP, 'The Beginning Of New Endings'. We caught up with vocalist Nathan Leone to discuss the band's return, how the music industry has changed over the last decade, their upcoming livestream shows and more.   
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Eskimo Callboy

Eskimo Callboy are taking the metal world by storm. Since the release of their monumental single, 'Hypa Hypa', and through their new EP, 'MMXX', their popularity has only continued to grow, and for good reason. 'MMXX' is one of the most refreshing releases of this year, perfectly capturing the core essence of the band, as well as highlighting their new singer, Nico Sallach. Here’s what they had to say about their new EP, and more!
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: nothing,nowhere.

After the huge success of his 'one take' YouTube series, nothing,nowhere. has released his digital album 'one takes vol. 1', featuring stripped-back and reworked versions of fan-favourites, as well as a cover of American Football's 'Never Meant'. We caught up with nothing,nowhere. to find out more about the album, how he's explored his creativity during lockdown and more. 
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: AVATAR

When it comes to modern metal bands, there aren’t too many frontmen who can overtake AVATAR’s Johannes Eckerström, both in terms of energy and stage presence, as well as vocal range. With the launch of their new album, 'Hunter Gatherer', quickly approaching, we caught up with the Swedish singer to talk about their new material, how it sounds compared to their previous work, and about other things, including Disney, Ennio Morricone, and Swedish indie pop.
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