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The Xcerts

The Xcerts had a Late One

Hailing from Scotland, though you’d never be able to tell with their unaccented vocals and no bagpipes insight rockers, The Xcerts, release an acoustic EP titled Late One Night. It was recorded, of course, entirely over one late night. Commenting on this, vocalist, Murray Macleod said, “We recorded the entire EP in one night which lent a nice organic feel ...

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Mushroomhead

Mushroomhead explore their visual side with ‘Volume III’ DVD Review

With the departure of original vocalist Jeffrey “Nothing” Hatrix and guitarist Tommy Church, Volume III shows US alt metallers Mushroomhead can live on. Despite their inconsistent lineup, they have been consistently entertaining, and the DVD reflects that. From official high definition music videos and live recordings to clips shot from a phone camera, they are all equally as immersive. It opens ...

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New Years Day reveal new video ‘Disgust Me’

It may not be New Year’s Day, but that doesn’t mean a video for ‘Disgust Me’ can’t be released. Currently on tour with Halestorm and In This Moment, US hard rockers New Years Day have released a music video for their song. The video certainly does not disgust us. Beautifully shot, it sees vocalist, Ash Costello, truly getting inside of ...

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Bring Me The Horizon reveal new track ‘Happy Song’

After teasing us with those cryptic umberella symbols, BMTH have finally revealed their new single ‘Happy Song’. This will be the first single to be released from their upcoming album following their 2013 epic record ‘Sempiternal’. The Steel City metalcore icons revealed ‘Happy Song’ earlier today via Twitter. You can stream the track below: What do you think of Bring ...

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The Dirty Youth, Ashestoangels, 48 Hours and more announced for first-ever XFest

The first-ever XFest will take place at The Garage, London on July 26th. This is a festival ran by music fans, for music fans – bringing great bands to the capitol. The first headline act are Welsh  punk-rockers The Dirty Youth,  joining them will be Bristol goth-rockers Ashestoangels, 48 Hours, Press To Meco, Dirt, FOES, Amaryllis, City Of Ashes, and ...

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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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The Safety Fire post new studio diary

London metallers The Safety Fire have been keeping track of recording their new album, including their backing vocalists they call ‘the vest choir’. The band’s guitarist (and producer of the album), Derya ‘Dez’ Nagle, gave this statement on the bare-armed backing singers: “Nothing says community like a bunch of dudes hanging out in vests. If said dudes all decide to ...

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Attila unleash live video for ‘Temper’

Atlanta deathcore boys Attila have revealed an incredible brand new live video for their track, Temper. The boys have released the video to wet the appetite of fans in the run up to the release of their new album, About That Life. The video was recorded at the Impericon Festival held in Leipzig during which Attila are said to have ...

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Dropout Dan – Forever, Instead EP Review

Cambridgeshire-born Daniel O’Dell, aka Dropout Dan, began writing songs from an early age, describing his sound as acoustic lyrical rock with a twist. ‘Forever, Instead’, this year’s follow-up to his 2011 debut EP ‘Do You Remember’, consists of five tracks that showcase Dan’s innovative take on acoustic music. Opening track ‘Oh Little Red’ features a breathy, ethereal sound to the ...

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Guerilla Zoo announce first Make Believe Festival

Guerilla Zoo have announced the first Make Believe Festival, taking place in London over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Featuring a line-up including live music, DJs, art installations, promenade theatre, puppetry and more, Victoriana meets fairytale for three days of events. Friday offers the immersive theatrical experience of Clockwork Underworld, where the audience become part of the action, and Saturday ...

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