In October of last year, while on tour, Anti-Flag stopped by Vienna to record a six-track EP at Supersense, a music and art space, and the 100% of the proceeds will go to the non-governmental organisation Amnesty International, which aims to defend human rights everywhere in the world, for everyone. These six songs
Maybe it’s the lack of sunshine; maybe it’s the deep roots in punk and rock and roll; but the UK hardcore scene has been killing it lately—and one of the bands you should definitely be watching are River Becomes Ocean. The band from Brighton are aptly named; their EP ‘December’
Heads up folks, there’s a new band in town for you to get stuck into. Hailing from Leeds, grunge pop duo Night Owls’ debut EP ‘Informaldehyde’ has arrived on the scene with a gritty, in your face sound, featuring a special type of punk attitude you simply can’t find anywhere else
"I had to leave
when i knew this was becoming a strain
do you know what it feels like"
These are the lines that stuck in my head when I first listened to Blood Youth’s latest EP ‘Closure’.
It’s funny because they make the first track off the record and it somehow brought me
The One Hundred was born from the ashes of Collapse The Control, a band that already used to blend metalcore and electronica. This wasn’t (and still isn’t) something uncommon. If you look it up on Google you’d easily find a whole lot of “Electronicore” bands (We don’t label. That’s how
We’re not usually the betting type, but we’d put good money on the phrase “well worth the wait” coming out of every single Hands Like Houses fan’s mouth over the next few months. To say this album has been highly anticipated would be an understatement—the buzz around the teaser tracks