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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Kaspar Boye Larsen – Volbeat

Great Danes Volbeat brought their ass-kicking, hip-swinging, mud hole stomping brand of distinctive, melodic and thoroughly unique metal-billy to Glasgow recently. They are the band Elvis Presley would have fronted had he hooked up with metal guitarists on a three-day bender with a pair of punk rockers. On their recent run of UK headline shows, Bring The Noise UK sat down with Volbeat bassist Kaspar Boye Larsen on the band’s lush tour bus – their home from home during their tour.
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Poppy

Poppy has been turning heads on a global scale, with a series of genre-bending singles leading up to the release of the singer-songwriter's third album, 'I Disagree'. We caught up with Poppy at Las Rageous to talk about the new record, touring with Bring Me The Horizon, fashion, the effects of social media and more.
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Fever 333

It's been a busy year for musical activists Fever 333, who are in the midst of a worldwide D333MONSTRATIONS series following the release of their debut album 'STRENGTH IN NUMB333RS' in January. We caught up with Jason Aalon Butler, Stephen Harrison and Aric Improta at Las Rageous earlier this month to discuss the concept behind the '333', their imminent return to the UK and more.
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FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Las Rageous 2019

Later this month rock and metal fans will descend upon Downtown Las Vegas Events Center for the annual Las Rageous. Year on year the festival is renowned for featuring some of the hottest names in alternative music, and 2019 is set to be their biggest yet. We've chosen some of our favourite acts on the line-up for our must-see feature, read on to find out who made the cut!
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: The Pale White

UK rock trio The Pale White have rapidly gained attention with their thunderous, hip-shaking music and magnetic live shows. The band's latest offering, 'Unnatural', is a rock 'n' roll anthem that comes packed with powerful vocals and infectious swagger. We had a chance to sit down with the band in the midst of their southern UK tour to talk about their latest release, tour life, their career so far, future plans and much more.
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MUSIC FEATURE: How Issues Levelled Up By Ditching The Screaming

It’s taken a while, but it feels like Issues have finally, fully, arrived. Their latest album, 'Beautiful Oblivion', is bursting with creativity and first-class instrumental performances. It’s a breath of fresh air among their contemporaries, and in large part because the band have now totally abandoned everything that held them captive to limitation. With a UK headline tour on the horizon, this is a new start for Issues, and the future couldn’t look brighter.
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Dayseeker

Dayseeker are ready to show off their brand new album 'Sleeptalk', and with a shift in sound and an entirely new live set-up there's a lot to be excited about. We caught up with the band to talk about the new record, tackling new lyrical content and their upcoming tour with Wage War.
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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Deaf Havana

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.
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MUSIC FEATURE: Jamie Lenman On The Resurgence Of British Post-Hardcore

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.
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MUSIC FEATURE: Press To MECO On Deconstructing Their Craft At 2000trees

As bands go, Press to MECO are as warm and friendly as they come. Their passion for simply playing and creating music is obvious, their cheery demeanour is overly positive even for a Friday afternoon at a sun-soaked festival. Between bouts of charming self-depreciation and chuckles the band delve into what the last year has taught them about being creative.
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