FINCH are back! Nine years since they released their last album, the band have announced that they’ll be releasing their third studio album “Back to Oblivion” on 29th September via Spinefarm records in the UK.
Finch will be headlining HEVY festival on Friday 15 August and prior to that they’ll playing a warm up show at The Underworld on Wednesday 13th August – a show not to be missed! Additionally they’ll also be doing an instore at Banquet records in Kingston on Thursday 14th August.
Hotly tipped metalcore band, Beartooth are excited to announce the supports on their first UK and European headline run. Sheffield bruisers Dead Harts and Lincoln rockers Climates will join them on the tour. The Columbus, Ohio based 5 piece - lead by enigmatic, multitalented frontman and ex Attack Attack singer, Caleb Shomo - will be bringing their aggressive, no-frills metallic hardcore of the highest caliber to the following venues:
10th Belgium, Mechelen, Club Kamikaze
16th London, Borderline
18th Glasgow, Cathouse
20th Leeds, Cockpit 2
To celebrate the final leg of their North American co-headlining tour together this fall, The Used have announced that they will release a limited edition 10” Split with Taking Back Sunday on September 9th. It is available for pre-order now here: http://smarturl.it/splitpreorder.
LA Rockers, Warner Drive will be hitting Europe throughout the Autumn to support the release of “City Of Angels” - Released 11/08/14
Los Angeles, CA’s WARNER DRIVE could well be the most hard-working hard rock band on the planet. Notorious for their high octane live shows, the band are renowned for their relentless tour schedules, clocking up over 200 shows a year for the past three years.
Blacklist Royals have released the title track from their forthcoming album ‘Die Young With Me’ for free download to celebrate their upcoming performances at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August, along with two headline shows in Bristol and Manchester.
Derek Archambault (Defeater, Alcoa) is in the midst of a crowd funding effort to raise money for a much needed hip replacement surgery. While almost 75% of the money needed to fund the surgery has been raised, the goal is still far from reached. Along with knowing you are helping someone get back on his feet, both literally and figuratively, and get back to what they love, by donating you also get something in return. Archambault has recorded four cover songs and a new version of a fan favourite on his Thank You EP.
People have been donating blindly without hearing much from the recording until now; hereis a live video cover of Elder Brother’s “Who’s Gonna Carry You Home?” from their debut on Pure Noise. Additionally, the EP features a new version of Defeater’s “I Don’t Mind”, and acoustic covers of "Shambles" by Make Do And Mend, Blacklisted’s "Stations" and "Young Kerouacs" by I Am The Avalanche.
Since releasing their debut single ‘Casino Lights’ in July 2013, the band have picked up promising attention whilst playing shows all over the UK, as well continued support from BBC Introducing.
These guys have not even been a band for twelve months and have already achieved main support slots for the likes of We Are The Ocean, and Southampton based rockers Natives. This single is an uplifting delight for its listener, and a perfect showcase of what the band are capable of.
Minus The Bear will release their latest LP, Lost Loves, via Big Scary Monsters in the UK and Europe on October 6th.
The follow up to Infinity Overhead, which reached #31 on the US Billboard 200 as Minus The Bear’s highest charting album to date, Lost Loves lives up to its title quite literally as a collection of hard to let go songs pulled from the band’s past seven odd years of writing, recording and releasing records. “Inevitably some of your favorite songs are going to be cut in the necessity of creating the right sequence for that particular time,” says bassist Cory Murchy. “Regardless of the reason they weren’t included, it wasn’t for lack of love and appreciation of the songs themselves.” Somewhat by chance the black sheep that didn’t quite fit in with Planet of Ice, OMNI, and Infinity Overhead coalesce among their once regretfully forsaken peers. “Perhaps it’s because they didn’t make the past albums that they fit so seamlessly together,” muses Murchy.