Frank Iero and The Future Violence (AKA Frank Iero and The Future Violents) are back with the follow-up to 2019 album 'Barriers'. Their new EP, 'Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place', features two sides of the band, showcasing both their fiery, in-your-face sound along with their mellow, emotive efforts.
With a discography of chart topping studio albums, from debut full-length 'Take Off Your Colours' to sixth record 'VI', it seems on their seventh effort You Me At Six are setting out down their own path. The explosive 'SUCKAPUNCH' sees them deliver a renewed sound, travelling far and wide into uncharted dance, hip-hop and R&B territory, all whilst retaining their synonymous melodic pop, indie and rock identity.
Frozen Soul have recently signed to Century Media Records and are looking to keep the death metal machine rolling with their artic themed debut full-length release, 'Crypt of Ice'.
Deftones’ 'Black Stallion' feels like it had a bar that was set so high for itself, that it simply doesn’t manage to break it. Even so, with so many approaches and such a variety of sounds and soundscapes, there’s bound to be something here for everyone to enjoy.
Yorkshire born and bred singer YUNGBLUD is no stranger to speaking out for the masses, using his highly influential platform, position and power as one of the biggest solo singers in the alternative music sphere. Since bursting onto the scene in 2016, he's shouted loud and proud about social injustices felt hardest by the youth of today. Once again, this 23-year old voice of a generation is transmitting this very pepped-up rage and justified rebellious attitude towards the major issues of the world, not to mention his own deeply personal struggles, on his lyrically empowering and musically eclectic second studio album, 'weird!'.
Babyteeth are an up-and-coming hard rock band on the scene, taking catchy as hell pop melodies and putting a whole load of distorted guitars on the top. Here's what we thought of the band's debut EP, 'Knock Yourself Out'...
Seattle underground punk rockers Dragged Under have made big waves in a short amount of time. The band was formed from the wreckage of Rest, Repose by vocalist Tony Cappocchi and guitarist Ryan “Fluff” Bruce (known for his hugely successful guitar and gear YouTube channel). The duo were joined by guitarist Sean Rosario, bassist Hans Hessburg and drummer Kalen Anderson before getting to work on the self-release of their debut full length album, 'The World Is In Your Way', back in January. Now towards the back end of this car crash of a year, the band now have the backing of Mascot Records have lined up a deluxe edition re-release, complete with two brand new songs.
Britain’s masters of melancholy, My Dying Bride, are back - less than a year after 2020’s fantastic 'Ghost of Orion' - with the 'Macabre Cabaret' EP. The EP is focused on that most compelling of subject matters - the link between fear and sexual arousal, between sweet pain and destructive illusion in unchecked sexuality. Here's what we thought...
Bristol-based trio Superlove are releasing their self-titled EP through Rude Records on Friday 13th November, their first via the label. Having already shared three of the tracks as singles ahead of its release, we’ve become hooked on their singalong friendly style and couldn’t wait to see what their full EP had in store.
Kingdom Of Giants are a band that have been honing their craft successfully for almost a decade now, with a total of three full-length albums under their belt, but have yet to see real mainstream success. Now in 2020, the band have the backing of SharpTone Records, who have made a name for themselves recently by discovering up-and-coming metalcore acts such as Currents, Polaris and Crystal Lake to name but a few. With new release 'Passengers', they are looking to lift their head up above the parapet and ahead of the overly saturated metalcore genre in which they languish.