Released on 7th December via We Are Triumphant, “Suffer” is the debut full length offering from Bristol Post-Hardcore quartet Immerse. That being said, they’re a band with something of a split personality. Bands like A Day To Remember are well known for having a softer side and a heavier side and splitting those songs around
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Continuing our journey across The Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene, we head North to Leeds. When you’ve got an alternative rock scene with bands like Dinosaur Pile Up, Kaiser Chiefs & The Sisters of Mercy, you have to do something to stand out from the crowd. That’s something Leeds Harcore quintet Higher
After the surprise release of “The Spark That Moves” during their 10th Anniversary shows for “Hail Destroyer”, Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats have been upon our shores more than most. In 2019 that will continue with a huge run of dates with Underside and Bleed From Within announced in the opening pair of months! January
The final date of highly influential Tech-Metallers SikTh‘s 8 date UK run with Loathe sees them joined by Hardcore Punk trio MSRY at The Bullingdon in Oxford. Having re-united 4 years ago and dropped an EP and Album while touring the globe since, it’s a smaller venue show on a tour which sees the band
Leo Marcchioli has done us proud this week with a cover of the Beastie Boys classic “Sabotage”. Perhaps taking inspiration from Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats or even KoRn and Slipknot‘s now infamous live version of the song. Either way, the Frog Leap Studio resident is joined by Anders Oferdal in Norway for the cut.
Despite having recently completed a pair of UK tour runs, Canadian hardcore punks Cancer Bats will be back upon our shores in October & November for a run of co-headlining dates with Anti-Flag. Worriers will also be on the bill. Cancer Bats have surprise release “The Spark That Moves” out now via Bat Skull Records. 10/30
Black Sabbath may have gone their separate ways a little while ago after a lengthy and illustrious career in the upper echelons of Global Metal but their legacy will live on undoubtedly for decades to come. Especially with Canadian’s Cancer Bats doing the whole Bat Sabbath bit. Classic Super Nintendo game Rock N’Roll Racing developed
Oxford’s Miserable Hardcore trio MSRY comprising vocalist Kial Churcher, sticksman Keir French and guitarist Charlie Bishop released their second EP earlier this month with a little help from Thomas Smith of Lifetight. The band are renowned for a high energy live show that leaves everything (blood, sweat, tears, wallet, keys, phone, kitchen sink) on the stage –
The Mike James Rock Show continues their festival run this year, catching up Cancer Bats at this years incarnation of Download Festival. The band surprise released new album “The Spark That Moves” through their very own Bat Skull Records earlier this year while on their anniversary tour for the much loved “Hail Destroyer”.
The O2 Academy 2 in Oxford is the venue for tonight’s live mayhem, with a pair of home town bands on an impressive bill that could and perhaps should be a tour in it’s own right, rather than a one off warm up show for Carcer City before they play Camden Rocks! Opening a show