NEWS: Bad Sign detail debut album, ‘Live & Learn’, out July 14th 2017!

After a few years honing their craft on the touring circuit and a few EPs under their belts, London based trio Bad Sign have finally confirmed details surrounding what will be the band’s debut full-length offering. Their studio album, ‘Live & Learn’, is scheduled to see a release on July 14th 2017 via Basick Records.

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VIDEO: Vukovi – Weirdo

Having not long released their self-titled debut album and confirmed to make appearance at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival weekend next month, Scottish alternative rockers Vukovi are tackling the very serious subject of cyberbullying in the video for their new choice of single, ‘Weirdo’.

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NEWS: Of Mice & Men perform first show as a four-piece at Las Rageous Festival!

Following the very public and somewhat laced in drama departure of vocalist and founding member Austin Carlile in December 2016, metalcore/post-hardcore outfit Of Mice & Men confirmed that they would continue on as a four-piece, with no plans to recruit in a new frontman on the cards for the time being.

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VIDEO: Peaness – Same Place

Chester based up-and-comers Peaness (yep, you pronounce it like you think you should) seem to have a good time with a green screen in their new video to accompany their song ‘Same Place’, the latest cut to be taken from the band’s soon-to-be-released EP, ‘Are You Sure?’.

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AUDIO: All Time Low – Longview (Green Day cover)

As part of Spotify‘s ongoing Green Day documentary series focusing on the band’s early stages of their career, aptly titled ‘Green Day: The Early Years’, Maryland pop-rockers All Time Low have become the latest band to contribute a cover from the punk rock trio’s ‘Dookie’ era of their catalogue, following Neck Deep, Taking Back Sunday, and Bayside.

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NEWS: Ivan Moody (Five Finger Death Punch) clarifies he’s not leaving the band!

Things have been getting a little crazy behind-the-scenes with Five Finger Death Punch lately. Along with being embroiled in an ongoing lawsuit with their record label Prospect Park, asking for them to let them go from the label, frontman Ivan Moody has also been more or less off the grid since their November tour, which he was absent for following a “mental meltdown”, which saw Phil Labonte of All That Remains fill-in.

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INTERVIEW: Loathe (21/04/2017)

It was only a couple of years ago that British conceptually driven heavy hitters Loathe were just another small local band with one self-released EP to their name, but from the beginning their crux was their comfort to be shrouded in mass amounts of enigma, and that steadily started to build them a hefty fanbase. A few months later, the band secured a deal with SharpTone Records.

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VIDEO: Shaking Chains – Drunk No More

Manchester based newcomers Shaking Chains have just introduced themselves into the world with the release of their double A-side single ‘Midnight Oil/Drunk No More’, and to accompany the release the quartet have accompanied the latter of the two tracks with a video (kind of), seeing a girl downing a pint of some horrible black gloop.

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VIDEO: Capture – Dingbats

Australian metalcore outfit Capture (formerly known as Capture The Crown) have just unveiled their first video since they underwent their identity change. The video for the song, titled ‘Dingbats’, features a compilation of recently shot live footage.

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INTERVIEW: Real Friends (13/04/2017)

Illinois’ own Real Friends released their sophomore album ‘The Home Inside My Head’ last year and scheduled a headline tour across the UK to follow in December. Unfortunately, due to health concerns, the band decided it was best to postpone to make sure they’re right and healthy before heading on over.

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