Tag Archives: Palm Reader

2018 albums of the year

Albums of The Year 2018 – RAMzine

Parkway Drive – Reverence | Nominated by Victoria Purcell. When Parkway released Reverence in May 2018 we were blown away with the quality and power it brang. They went on to play festivals across Europe including Download Festival, where they unveiled their UK Arena Tour for early 2019. We caught up with Winston McCall before that set to speak about this album. ...

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Palm Reader

Palm Reader to release new album, Braille, showcasing a barrage of riffs

Braille is not an album that messes around. Palm Reader kick things off with ‘Swarm’ which is the aural equivalent of a big boot to the face. It is heavy and armed with more angular riffs than you can flail wildly to, but it’s all pinned together by the chorus. In among all the chaos, they unleash their more melodic ...

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Cancer Bats

Live Review: Cancer Bats, at Sub89 Reading

The first support band is Incite all the way from Phoenix, AZ. People should always show up for the first band, that’s how you discover awesome new bands such as these guys! I am immediately loving the brutality of this band. They have the sort of power and aggression that I crave from bands these days. Richie C on vocals ...

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Hit The Deck 2014 announce first batch of acts

Hit The Deck organisers have announced the first batch of bands that will be appearing at this years festival. The acts will join headliners Brand New who were announced just before Christmas last year. This new announcement see’s the likes of Saves The Day and Brutality Will Prevail added to the line up along side Memphis May Fire, The Summer ...

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We Came As Romans reveal ‘Never Let Me Go’ video

We Came As Romans have posted a brand new video for their track, Never Let Me Go. Never Let Me Go comes from the band’s most recent album, Tracing Back Roots, with the video set in a dim, abandoned mansion. Check out the video below! The group will also be touring the UK as part of the Rock Sound Impericon ...

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Devil Sold His Soul @ The Cellar, Southampton

All the bands on tonight’s line-up are at exciting points in their careers. Palm Reader are enjoying a second run of the UK since the release of their debut album in May. We Butter The Bread With Butter are back on British soil for the first time since the release of their third album, Goldkinder, the band’s first full length ...

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Your Demise reveal supports for farewell dates

British hardcore lads Your Demise have announced the supports for their upcoming farewell tour. The group announced they would be disbanding during 2014 in April of this year after a worldwide farewell tour. Check out their final dates with the newly added line ups below! March 2014 11 – Southampton – Joiners (w/ Breaking Point + Counting Days) 12 – ...

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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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Palm Reader – Bad Weather

Having recently joined forces with Small Town Records, playing an extensive amount of shows around Europe and the UK as well as featuring in a number of festivals, Palm Reader have really started to set a name up for themselves. Releasing their debut album, ‘Bad Weather’, the band have set in stone that they are ruthless, brutal and ready to ...

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Burn Out Festival Announce First Wave Of Bands!

Welsh wonders Kids In Glass Houses are set to play Burn Out Festival – a southern weekender which hits Bournemouth this summer! Joining the quintet will be ska mob The Skints, up and comers Heights, Arcane Roots, Polar, Gnarwolves, Palm Reader and Neck Deep. At just the first announcement from the festival, we’re certain that Bournemouth will be the host ...

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