The world looks entirely different in 2021 to the way it did when Every Time I Die started out, more than two decades ago. With eight previous full-length albums under the belts and a wealth of experience, you could forgive Every Time I Die for getting comfortable and resting on their laurels. Hell, two of the main songwriters in the band have children now and the other guitar player is a full-time professional wrestler with one of the biggest companies in the world today. Yet with their ninth studio album 'Radical', the band seem as focused as ever and are ready to fire on all cylinders once again.
You may recognise some familar faces in TEETH. The trio, who formed a year ago after building friendships through touring and other musical projects, are ready for global domination with their loud, anger-fuelled, in-your-face brand of metallic hardcore. We caught up with guitarist Chris LeMasters to find out more...
The final day of the festival sadly arrived, however it featured one of the most anticipated and best sets of the whole weekend and had a couple of surprises along the way. Here is how we spent our Saturday at 2000trees Festival!
South Wales hardcore punk quartet Torchbearer have set sail on their latest EP, Against The Tide. After an active tour season and time back in the studio, how does their latest effort fare?
This year, 2000trees has, in a totally unsurprisingly turn of events, put together another stellar line-up of the best rock and alternative music has to offer, including some truly exemplary bands from across the spectrum of hardcore music. Here’s our guide to the ones you need to catch at the weekend.