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InMe return with new 2020 album Jumpstart Hope

I have fond memories of hearing InMe’s debut track ‘Underdose’, taken from their first studio album Overgrown Eden. The track resonated with me heavily, I was just a Nu-Metal obsessed teen at the time and Dave McPherson’s raspy, tortured voice and raw guitar blew my mind. They played a show in my city not long after the album released and ...

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InMe: “We are now like an evolved Pokemon or a modified T-800 from The Terminator” Interview.

It’s safe to say InMe have a passionate following. Going by their recent tour and newly released material – it’s easy to see why.  Ahead of the release of their new album , Jumpstart Hope, we caught up with bassist Greg McPherson to talk about the band’s long lasting appeal, new material and the music industry in 2019. First of ...

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InMe treat Newcastle to an epic set of deep cuts

Venue: The Cluny, Newcastle Looking back I’m not sure if InMe were in the right place at the right time, or the right place at the wrong time…or the other way around. I’m not too clear on why this band aren’t as celebrated as their contemporaries. With a new take on the alt-rock/post-grunge style and great musicianship to boot InMe ...

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Ashestoangels, New Years Day and more added to Camden Rocks 2016

Revelling in the success of their recent tour run supporting Aiden, UK rockers Ashestoangels have been announced as a latest addition to the 2016 edition of Camden Rocks Festival. The band will be bringing the noise on Saturday 4th June and will join the 200 strong lineup that also includes the likes of Sikth, Young Guns and We Are The Ocean. ...

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Live Review: Alien Ant Farm / InMe / The Dirty Youth, Northumbria Uni, Newcastle

All photos by Brian J Nicholson When you mention Alien Ant Farm – the two questions a lot people will ask are ‘Are they still around?’ and ‘Where the ones who did that Michael Jackson song?’ The answers are yes and yes. Celebrating the 15th anniversary of their breakthrough album, ‘ANThology’, AAF are back on the road and they have ...

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Alien Ant Farm announce ‘ANThology’ UK Tour

It’s hard to believe Alien Ant Farm’s breakthrough album ‘ANThology’ hit the scene 15 years ago. In 2016 AAF are going to celebrate this by touring the UK and playing the album in full. Support comes from cult nu-grunge band InMe and one of the hottest bands of the moment -The Dirty Youth. Check out the classic video for ‘Movies’ ...

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InMe announce ‘Overgrown Butterfly’ UK tour

British rockers InMe have announced a headline UK tour known as the ‘Overgrown Butterfly’ tour. On this tour they will play their debut album ‘Overgrown Eden’ and follow-up album ‘White Butterfly’ in full. This also marks the 10th anniversary of ‘White Butterfly’. Although there is only five dates on their tour right now, they plan to add more soon, Dave ...

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Live Review: InMe, The Dirty Youth, Ashes

Melodic Metal band Ashes from Manchester opened the show. I did think it was a bit of an odd opener for the gig as I can’t imagine them having similar fans, nonetheless they put on a great show. It’s hard to connect with a small crowd. However Ashes put a lot of effort into interacting with the crowd. Lead singer Jonny Meaney ...

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InMe at Takedown Festival

When we met InMe, they were just a few hours away from taking the stage to play Overgrown Eden in full. We spoke to them about how it felt to play the album in full yet again, their THREE upcoming new albums and looking back on their career to date. Overgrown Eden – It’s quite a moody album lyrically, but when we ...

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Dave McPherson – Dreamoirs

Fans of InMe will definitely know of frontman Dave McPherson, but as well as fronting arguably one of the UK’s most commercially underrated rock acts, McPherson has also been releasing solo material, with his debut solo album ‘The Hardship Diaries’, released in 2011, meeting great critical acclaim. The follow up, ‘Dreamoirs‘, has a very similar feel to its predecessor, throwing ...

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