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Whitechapel

The Valley by Whitechapel

After a three-year wait, the boys from Knoxville are back with their seventh studio album, The Valley. It is quite possible that there has never been a darker, more raw album ever conceived in the history of mankind. Phil Bozeman is quoted in the bio for this album as saying; “It’s all about me as a child, and some of ...

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Lee McKinney

Lee McKinney of Born Of Osiris releases solo album, Infinite Mind

If the name ‘Lee McKinney’ rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re a BORN OF OSIRIS fan, however Lee has decided to step outside of the OSIRIS light by releasing a solo album, namely his upcoming Infinite Mind, available on March 2019 under Sumerian Records. This purely instrumental album stages not only McKinney’s musical taste but his musical talent, for over ...

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Periphery

Periphery’s IV Hail Stan pushes the boundaries of progressive alternative metal

The latest iteration from Periphery’s numerical albums offers up nine new tracks for it’s forth chapter, Hail Stan. This sixth studio album by the quintet offers an eclectic range of emotions, energy and styles, truly pushing the boundaries of progressive alternative metal. Opening with the nearly seventeen minute roller coaster that is ‘Reptile’, we find a mix of aggressive djent ...

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parkway drive

Parkway Drive to headline Bloodstock’s Saturday night

The board is set, and the pieces are moving for Bloodstock Open Air festival 2019. Yesterday [2/2/19] the festival posted official word of their final headline act who will stand shoulder to shoulder with Sabaton and Scorpions. None other than Australian metalcore titans Parkway Drive will take the slot, who’re currently embarked on their first European arena tour. This will ...

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Not Ur Girlfrenz

NOT UR GIRLFRENZ — New Kids in America (Debut EP)

Jaret Reddick of Bowling for Soup is the mentor for the teenage Texas rock band, NOT UR GIRLFRENZ. They are one of the youngest bands on the planet, one of the youngest bands you’ve ever willingly listened to, and one of the youngest bands ever to go on a Vans Warped Tour. They recently visited the UK on the Bowling ...

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Pretty Addicted unleash horror inspired music video for ‘Panic Demon’

Halloween may have passed us now but the UK based, dance-punk band Pretty Addicted released their latest music video for halloween, entitled ‘Panic Demon’. Ensuring you are able to relive the seasonal experience again and again. This is to celebrate the artists’ fourth upcoming album ‘The Magic Of A Lunatic’ which is due to become public in the initial months ...

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Papa Roach unleash ‘Who Do You Trust?’ video

Papa Roach have just released the video fro their latest single from Crooked Teeth, entitled ‘Who Do You Trust?‘ “The new album is full of fresh Papa Roach” explained singer Jacoby Shaddix when asked about the sound of the band’s new music, “It’s really inspiring – to be continuing our musical momentum and dropping new music so soon after the release of ...

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GOO GOO DOLLS Play It Cool In The Heatwave at London’s Brixton Academy

Brixton’s O2 Academy is pretty warm at the best of times. In the midst of a heatwave? It’s probably on a level with a circle of hell. Thankfully, Goo Goo Dolls had arrived to provide a heavenly set in contrast. Even the bar was in on the action, serving up a special ‘Drink Named Goo’ cocktail. Scottish three-piece The Xcerts ...

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At World's End

Review: At World’s End – Emptiness Follows

From the garden of England comes the five piece metal band who go by the name At World’s End and no, they’re not named after a pub in Camden. Over the years At World’s End has gone through some personnel changes. Partly as a result of these, the Kent guys are about to embark on a total re-brand, a change ...

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Check out the line-up for the first-ever Fire and Forge Festival

Previously known as Rock Diabetes festival, Fire and Forge Festival is back this September for it’s seventh iteration with a plethora of bands over two day festival in Trowbridge near Bath. The festival raises awareness about type 1 diabetes, hence their previous name, raising funds towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation [JDRF]. This year features the mighty Feed The Rhino, ...

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