Touring since 2007, Southampton and London based Metallic Hardcore crew Desolated looked to have called it a day with 2016’s “The End” and a final tour across Europe in August 2017. Back from the dead nearly 2 years down the track, the quintet comprising vocalist Paul Williams, drummer Joel Scott, lead guitarist Andy Harper, guitarist/vocalist Rich
Hailing from Madrid Spain, Brothers Till We Die will be bringing out a brand new album entitled “Touch These Wounds I Came Back From Death” on 24th June! The follow up to their brilliant 2017 album “The Thin Line Between Death And Immortality”, it promises much with this new cut “Llorando a Los Muertos” (or
Manchester Metallic Hardcore quintet Guilt Trip have done the World a huge favour and dropped a new single entitled “Thin Ice”! And no, it’s not an Obey The Brave cover! With band merch here, you can also get the tune over at bandcamp. They’ll be playing Furyfest at Manchester Rebellion on 17th May alongside the
Last August we had the pleasure of witnessing the debut of Upsurge Festival at the New Cross Inn in London. This year the event is back and across the weekend of 16th – 18th August! The first wave of bands has been announced with some impressive names already, not least our friends in Road Mutant!
Formed from the ashes of a number of bands in 2017 and most notably featuring the vocal talents of former Desolated frontman Paul Williams are Climate of Fear. The bands debut EP “Holy Terror” was released in 2017 and we’ll received by fans and followers alike. Now it’s time for the band to spread their
Filmed at One Life One Crew Fest 2018 and featuring guest vocals from current Climate of Fear and ex-Desolated frontman Paul Williams, Italian Metallers Brothers Till We Die have released their cover of “Death By My Side” by Desolated. Getting the original vocalist on the cover? Works for us! Check out our review of their album
Kerrang! magazine once described Continents sound as “Energy-fuelled epic-core with lots of aggression, a healthy blend of raw shouts and low end growls and foot stomping hooks. Their music and intense stage presence has separated them from the ever-growing UK Metal/Hardcore scene”. Getting heads banging since 2010, Cardiff’s Continents have had one hell of a ride so