Tag Archives: post-hardcore

Alexisonfire reveal new track ‘Complicit’

Canadian post-hardcore five-piece Alexisonfire return with the storming new track ‘Complicit’. Check out the track below: George Petit had this to say about ‘Complicit‘: “‘Complicit’ is about recognizing the unfair advantages that we are afforded as white, heterosexual males. It’s about rejecting regressionist ideas of racism, misogyny and hetero-supremacy. It’s about accepting that there is no freedom and no future ...

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Hell is for Heroes announce additional 2018 show

Hell is for Heroes have announced an additional London show to their 2018 UK tour. After tickets for their date at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire sold out within a hour of going onsale, the group have booked a second concert for the same venue the following day. This gig will conclude their now eight day tour of the UK to ...

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Review: ZOAX – ZOAX

Last year, I went to a fairly low-key festival in Petersfield, called Butserfest. Researching the acts beforehand, I came across the name ZOAX. Their repertoire on Spotify was limited – just two EPs – so I started with XIII (2014). ‘Bitter Angry Fake’ jumped forth from the speakers and within those first few seconds, I was gripped. There was something reminiscent of System Of A Down, ...

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Motionless in White + New Years Day + Silent Screams @ The Underworld Camden

Following the horrific events that transpired in Paris last December, Motionless in White joined the long list of bands that were sadly forced to postpone and cancel gigs due to safety issues. RAMzine were therefore chuffed to hear that the Scranton’s most ghoulish of guys would be rescheduling and bringing the Beyond the Barricade tour back to the UK and ...

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Review: A Room Swept White – No Love Lost

A Room Swept White are one of the latest British bands to throw their hat into the  melodic hardcore genre, a style of music that it has to be said has been rather over populated in recent years. They’ve had a good entry to the scene however and having shared stages with the likes of Feed the Rhino, Bury Tomorrow and Palm Reader it could be ...

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Review: Stars & Flights – Moral Colour

South Wales has a bit of a reputation for doling out some great rock music, and progressive-alt-rock trio Stars & Flights certainly do nothing to dent this reputation. Having had praise from the likes of Radio 1 Rock Show’s Dan P. Carter and critical acclaim for their debut album, Dropping Anchors, this June sees the release of their latest effort, ...

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Chiodos reveal their new album + new song

Post-hardcore lot Chiodos have revealed the details on their upcoming fourth studio album. The group will be releasing Devil on April 1st as the first release through their drk/lght records imprint in partnership with Razor and Tie. The album will also be the first full-length release featuring newly returned vocalist Craig Owens and drummer Derrick Frost. Owens gave a few ...

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La Dispute unveil mystery countdown

Michigan post-hardcore group La Dispute have revealed a mystery countdown clock on their website. The countdown is the first action from the band in the last seven months and is due to end on December 16th 2013. Check out the countdown here. Who knows what this mysterious countdown will lead to? But the band have promised more news soon. La ...

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We Came As Romans release ‘Fade Away’ video

Post-hardcore group We Came As Romans have revealed a new video for their song, Fade Away. The track comes from the band’s latest album, Tracing Back Roots, which was released earlier this year. The video itself was directed by Rasa Acharya and Dan Kennedy and filmed in New York. Vocalist Dave Stephens gave some thoughts on the new video: “Having ...

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F.O.E.S. Share New Track, ‘Sewn To The Sail and Unknown’

Merseyside Post-hardcore crew, F.O.E.S.,have recently shared their at latest single Sewn To The Sail and Unknown. The Liverpool band are made from various other music projects around the area and members have opened for the likes of Twin Atlantic, Oceansize, My Vitriol, And So I Watch You From Afar and Blood Brothers in the past. The bearded four piece have ...

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