HALFNOISE, the side project of Zac Farro, has released a video for latest single 'Someday', watch it here.
Riot Fest 2017 announces its first wave of acts, including headliners Nine Inch Nails, Queens Of The Stone Age and Jawbreaker.
PVRIS are one of the hottest rock bands around these days and they’ve recently dropped the Deluxe Edition of their debut album White Noise. The deluxe edition adds three tracks – You and I with a stripped down version and Empty; and after a few listens, it’s safe to say that we were suitably impressed.
Halfnoise - the project of Zac Farro - reveals new single 'Know The Feeling'.
The past 18 months have been a whirlwind for Against the Current, who have two sold out headline UK tours under their belt, arena support slots to All Time Low and millions of views across their YouTube channel. The Poughkeepsie three-piece achieved all of this having released only two EPs: Infinity in 2014, and 2015's Gravity. Needless to say, their highly anticipated debut album In Our Bones had some huge expectations, but have one of the most in-demand bands of 2016 lived up to it?
After a two year gap the young Paramore are back with a brand spanking new studio album ‘Brand New Eyes’. The third album from the Tennessee phenomenon kicks straight in with in-your-face, full-on, pop/punk assault that is ‘Careful’, which immediately reminds you of pint-sized Hayley Williams powerful and trademark vocals
Paramore are keeping us on our toes coming up to the release of their brand new album 'Brand New Eyes'. We have a brand new track on their myspace giving you a teaser with what to expect from the album.
After their one off show at Islington Academy Paramore have announced a full UK tour for December and support will be from the UK's very own You Me At Six
Paramore are giving away a pair of tickets their SOLD OUT Islington Academy next Monday via a dedicated Twitter account – www.twitter.com/paramoreldn. There will also be constant Paramore news and live tweeting from their HMV in-store and the Islington show on Monday, so if you have a twitter account you can keep up with all the Paramore action as it happens.
The one, the only, The Blackout are the chosen band to support pop punk superstars Paramore for their intimate one off show at London's Islington Academy on September 7. Tickets for this were priced at a ridiculously low price of £5 so sold out within minutes of going on sale. With the addition of The Blackout to the line up this is sure to be one of best shows of 2009, for those of you who didn't manage to get tickets unlucky, what a stellar line up...