It appears that the first 500 people to have purchased the pre order put up earlier this week (of which sold out in just half an hour) via Procrastinate Music Traitors, have started receiving CDs, with a track, 61:28...
Just as we began to get suspicious that they might be coming back and actually releasing the record, well guess what, the kings of emo, better known in a whisper as BRAND NEW, have just gone and dropped this bomb on...
Let’s cut to the chase here; Employed To Serve are THE most underrated band on the planet, bar none. For those who have never heard of them (have you been living in a cave?), the abrasive, early 2000’s style...
Much like a nostalgic form of Fight Club, there's been no denying that the playlists we once embarrassingly hid on an iPod that hadn't been updated since 2006 have been finding their ways into the underground clubs and house...
Well it’s safe to say that amongst all the big hitters and influential bands that have come along in recent decades there aren’t many that come close to the name of New Found Glory, a band who in 2017...
Emmure are the poster boys of resilience. Despite being faced with heaps of controversy and countless lineup changes since their inception in 2003, Emmure are still going strong. “The last 12 months have been amazing in so many different...
It’s not often nowadays that you’ll find a band that manages to keep its fan base throughout a fairly substantial change in sound. Basement however, have managed exactly that. It’s never been easy to slot the band into a...
Earlier this year, following a four-year hiatus, The King Blues announced via social media that they were “back and pissed off again”. Within a remarkably short amount of time since announcing their return, a new EP entitled ‘Off With...
FROM: BRISTOL | FOR FANS OF: GNARWOLVES, EARLY TAKING BACK SUNDAY With early 2000’s heavy weights like Thrice and Brand New dropping new records and the meteoric rise of Basement and Moose Blood it’s no suprise that emo is making...
FROM: STOKE | FOR FANS OF: EVANESCENCE, BUTCHER BABIES “I’d go with melodic metal I guess, a proggy touch with a bit of pop rock..kinda……” laughs Sertraline guitarist, Mike. That’s not the usual description you’ll find bands using these days...