2019 sees Taking Back Sunday celebrating 20 years as a band by embarking on a world-wide anniversary tour. We headed to the Bristol show to see them perform debut album Tell All Your Friends along with a second set of their favourite tracks from across their career.
Old kids on the emo block AFI are back with a brand new self-titled album. 4 years after last studio album Burials, AFI (The Blood Album), is finally here! Recently announced as support for legends, Deftones, and securing their spot at this summer’s Download Festival, it’s just in time.
Integrity Blues might not win any awards, but there's something here for everyone and as both Jimmy Eat World and their fans grow up, it's a fantastic reminder that at least one of the bands we fell in love with as teenagers still haven't lost their old magic.
Whilst Tiny Moving Parts have been somewhat of a cult band for some time now, it wasn't until their 2015 support slot for Modern Baseball and Into It. Over It. that the UK emo scene started to stand-up and pay close attention. A year on from their successful UK tour, the Minnesota band have released their third studio album, Celebrate.
Evan Thomas Weiss’ Into It. Over It. project is considered one of the leading acts of the “emo revival.” 2013’s Intersections saw Weiss at a forefront of a genre thought to be stuck in 2005, and in a sense revolutionising it. Now, the Chicago-based singer is back with his third studio release, Standards.
Sad Blood are back at it again with the puns in their latest EP Legion of Gloom. Following on from their last three-song release Ultimate Worriers in August (both are nods to Professional Wrestling), this latest effort is a great continuation of the wrestling madness and misery that this band seems to love.
Homegrown is the latest EP from Middleborough five-piece Across All Oceans; with just 12 minutes of content, is there enough for a casual listener to go on or is the lack of content going to cost the guys fans? We’ve had a listen and from what we’ve heard their future looks quite promising,
It’s been just under two years since Ipswich emo elites Basement shocked us with their sudden return, less than two years after the group announced that they were going on indefinite hiatus. Promise Everything is the band's third full length record and once again see’s them alter their sound, here's what we thought!