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Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes

Reading Festival 2018 – The Rock Review

Reading now is not the Reading of the past. It’s no secret that rock fans have voiced their disapproval outload throughout the course of the last decade over the festival’s gradual integration into mainstream territory. In 2018, the feeling that rock and heavier acts are being swept to one side is understandable, though to be honest the situation isn’t as ...

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System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith.

System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith. Prophets Of Rage. Five Finger Death Punch. AFI. Alter Bridge. Mastodon. Sum 41. Rob Zombie. Slayer. Opeth. Good Charlotte. The Dead Daisies. Ministry. Airbourne. The names speak for themselves, and perhaps one of the more exciting names this year is Prophets Of Rage: an amalgamation of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and ...

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Sum 41 - Don't Call It A Sum Back Tour

Live:Sum 41,Brixton Academy, London

The band who helped make your summers bright as a teenager, the band who made you realise you didn’t want to be casualties of society, the band who’s cheeky-smiled skater–punk style injected the anthem fuelled songs at your parties… Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Sum 41. But first, the main support act, Hollerado. These Toronto-based musicians are not ...

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Sum 41 release meme-filled new video

Sum 41 are back with their first new track in 5 years ‘Fake Your Own Death’. The video features front man Deryck Whibley and co. dodging all kinds of internet memes, ranging from Doge to a naked Kim Kardashian. check out the clip below: The track is taken from their upcoming album ’13 Voices’ released on October 7th via Hopeless ...

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Sum 41 to headline Kerrang! tour 2016

Via Kerrang! Following the news Sum 41 are back together with their original guitarist, Dave ‘Brown Sound’ Baksh, the Canadian punk-pop outfit have also been announced to headline the Kerrang! Tour 2016. Sum 41 had to cancel their 2012 appearance on the K! tour due to front man Dereck Whibley injuring his back. Now the Ontario five-piece have returned after ...

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