Tag Archives: Hacktivist

Review: Hacktivist – Outside The Box

Hacktivist appeared on the music scene back in 2012 and brought their sound to the mix with their self-titled debut EP – it wasn’t necessarily a new sound per se, but it was fresh nonetheless. Since then their presence has sky rocketed. Show after show, tour after tour, the band have been complete workhorses eventually landing themselves a deal with Rise ...

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Review: Butserfest 2015

Butserfest: The UK’s biggest alcohol and drug free festival. I should have known that this was more of a youth event; what person in their right mind would choose to go to an outdoor music festival at which one cannot have a nice cold lager? Don’t get me wrong, I am not one to get tanked up and fighty, but ...

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Interview: The Qemists

Drum n Bass, Rock, Dubstep, and Electro are just some of the many genres The Qemists present in their music. This year they have already toured with Korn! And are now making plans to release new album ‘Warrior Sound’, which features guest appearances from Hacktivist, Ghetts and Crossfaith! Having just signed a publishing deal with Just Isn’t Music, The Qemists ...

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The Qemists to support Korn on European Tour

Confirmed as main support on the Korn European Tour is Brighton based band The Qemists. This band infuse Drum and Bass with Rock, causing the evermore popular Electronica-Rock! Fans of Enter Shikari, and The One Hundred look this way! Leon from The Qemists told us: “To have been  asked to support Korn is a badge of honour to us. If it wasn’t ...

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F.O.E.S reveal new video + support slots

Liverpudlian group F.O.E.S have released a brand new video as well as revealing some exciting support slots. The new clip is for the band’s second single, Sewn To The Sail & Unknown, which is also available for free download here. Check out the new video below! F.O.E.S will also be playing as local support to 36 Crazyfists, Hacktivist and No ...

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Vans Warped Tour 2013

Vans Warped Tour (UK) have added a bunch of new bands, including  new headlining acts, to the 2013 edition of the tour. Organisers have revealed that British boys, Enter Shikari, and Australia’s finest, Parkway Drive, will appear as headliners at this year’s festival. Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari has commented: “We’re chomping at the proverbial bit for Warped Tour UK. ...

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Make A Scene 2013 reveal final line-up

Make A Scene Festival has revealed the final line-up for this year’s edition of the annual day long festival. The 2013 festival will be headlined by Southampton lads Bury Tomorrow with the likes of Mallory Knox, Brutality Will Prevail and Hacktivist also making an appearance. Check out the final line-up poster below! And if you’re still now satisfied after a ...

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More than 30 new bands for Reading and Leeds 2013

Reading and Leeds Festival have announced a new batch of bands to be added to this year’s line-up. This announcement sees the likes of Don Broco and The Pretty Reckless hitting main stage with other acts such as Feed The Rhino, Sonic Boom Six, Hacktivist and many more appearing over the weekend. Check out the full announcement below! Main Stage ...

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Bleed From Within to headline Butserfest Second Stage

Glaswegian metallers Bleed From Within will be headlining the second stage of this September’s Butserfest! With plenty more acts across the two stages yet to be announced, the Scottish quintet will so far be joined by some of the best homegrown talent of the past few years: Heights, Hacktivist, Marmozets, Gnarwolves, Palm Reader, The Valiant, Now Voyager and Aurora. As ...

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Tu Amore release new video

Peterborough’s own Tu Amore have released a new video featuring a small role from Mallory Knox frontman, Mikey Chapman. The video features their song Speranza from their debut EP Your Love. Check out the video below! Tu Amore also have some UK dates lined up for this month with shows alongside the great Enter Shikari, Hacktivist and Violet. Tour dates ...

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