Before we’ve even reached Festival season, with “‘Otherness” due out on 24th June, Canadian Post-Hardcore Kings Alexisonfire have announced a run of shows upon our shores with Boston Manor providing main support in October. Their fifth studio album in 21 years has already seen a trio of singles land in “Sweet Dreams of Otherness“, “Sans
21st July 2003 saw Post Hardcore quintet Alexisonfire at Salle de L’X in Montreal Quebec Canada, filmed by Sebastian Lapointe. The band who famously described their music as “the sound of two Catholic high-school girls in mid-knife-fight” were touring their titled first studio album at the time, the one which features “.44 Caliber Love Letter“,
Vocalist of both Alexisonfire and Gallows, Wade MacNeil is the latest person to drop in on KnotFest’s Mosh Talks series with host Beez. The pair chat not only about both bands but also about some new work on horror film scores witch sees him branch out to composing the soundtrack to new film “Random Acts
Hilltops Are For Dreamers are an ambitious seemingly two man project that took shape and form in London around 2018. We say two man – their debut as self titled EP sees duo Vas P. (Guitars, Vocals) and Dionysus M. (Bass, Vocals, Drums) are joined by XYears vocalist Mike B as a guest while they
If you’re never heard the term from which Bradford Deathcore solo project Cincinatti Bowtie takes its name, you can enlighten yourself via the Urban Dictionary here. Quaint bassist James Birch is the man behind the helm as a multi instrumentalist with guest vocalists appearing on various tracks. Having previously released a pair of albums in
There aren’t many bands that can carry off a chaotic style with enough control to avoid sounding like a car crash. One such band is Phoenix Arizona’s American Standards. A complex and emotionally and politically charged Hardcore Punk quartet, they’ve suffered a few lows in amongst the highs of 300 plus DIY shows. They have a
Fan filmed footage of almost the complete set from Alexisonfire at Download Festival 2018 this past weekend? Here you go! The Canadian post-hardcore band from St. Catharines, Ontario followed this up with a sold out show at London’s Brixton Academy on Monday. Hopefully we’ll see a follow up to 2012’s “Death Letter” EP soon!
Canadian Hardcore punks Alexisonfire have announced a post-Download Festival headling show on 11th June at London’s Brixton Academy with support from Cancer Bats and Gold Key! The announcement comes in a run of European tour dates and Festival appearances that includes the likes of Germany’s Rock AM Ring.