Crammed into the stairwell of Camden’s hidden rock haunt The Black Heart with Dine Alone Records’ The Dirty Nil, it makes for a good Thursday night for Bring The Noise and what's more, tonight is the Canadian trio’s first ever UK show. We had a caught up with bassist, Dave Nardi and drummer, Kyle Fisher to chat about their UK debut, the Canadian music scene and more.
FVK aren't shy of touring, which means that they must have some great stories to share with us right?! Luckily for us that is the case, so we had a chat to co-vocalist Kier Kemp about life on the road ahead of their tour with Escape The Fate.
There's no denying that 2015 was a great year for music and we waved it off with a smile when the New Year chimes hit, but now we're looking to the next twelve months and picking what is going to be our soundtrack. From everything to punk and hardcore, to the dulcet tones of acoustic artists, we've rounded up some of the best acts who we think are going to have something to shout about this year!
2015 was an exciting year for rock outfit Never Hill, who released an extended version of their Epilogue EP featuring two alternative tracks. We recently caught up with Pete from the band to discuss the EP and what is in store for Never Hill in 2016.
Sultry pop brushed with a tinge of infectious and exotic electronica, Childcare is the new project from London based musician Ed Cares. It may be early days, but here's why we think you should have the band on your radar.
If you're looking for overly-studio-produced radio rock, shut it off now. The Nightmare Police is a clash of genres and eclecticism at its finest and that's exactly why you should read more and listen.
Whatever you’re expecting from this quintet, you’ll need to push your preconceptions aside. With a unique sound not often found this side of the Atlantic, Pavilions (that’s one ‘l’!) are storming their hometown scene.
So when BringthenoiseUK heard that UK metallers The Rotted had a whole heap of video interviews booked to take place during Bloodstock 2009, we did the decent thing. We booked one in too to add to their workload, not really... We couldn't go to Bloodstock and not catch up with bands like The Rotted, who keep UK metal alive and kicking!!
Bloodstock 2009 would be nothing without bands like the legendary Amon Amarth, we sent Tom Raybould along to catch up with the giant metal monster that is Amon Amarth front man Johan. This is how things went down..