Tag: Forever Nothing

Review: “Forever Nothing” by Weaponry

“The words “Forever Nothing” originated in one of our earlier tracks Moving To Andromeda. It’s a tongue-in-cheek phrase we like to say to each other when we think we might be getting too big for our boots. We are forever nothing. Even if we end up playing Wembley Arena, there’s still Wembley Stadium. So when we play to

Playlist: MetalNoise.Net 5th Anniversary One Dayer!

There has been a momentary glitch in the matrix. Please do not adjust your smart phone settings. In a single week break from our usual Vs Tuesday offering, courtesy of the man, the myth and the legend that is Chis Underhill from My Latest Failure, we have for your listening pleasure a playlist of tracks

NEWS: MetalNoise.Net 5th Anniversary One Dayer!

Venue Reading Facebar // Date 27-08-2022 // Doors 15:00 // Music 15:15 // Curfew 23:00 // Tickets £15 // Skiddle.com Saturday 27th August 2022 will mark the 5th Anniversary of Webzine MetalNoise.Net, a source of news, reviews and features that specialises in supporting the lesser lights of heaven. So to celebrate we’re going to bring

Exclusive Interview: Weaponry talk “Take It Or Leave It”!

After the release of the second single from their upcoming new EP “Forever Nothing” and a show in Watford for Record Store Day as part of the Prank Monkey Records roster that includes Jumpman and Muscle Vest, it’s safe to say that Reading Post Hardcore quartet Weaponry are rising faster than a Space Shuttle. So

Track Review: “Take It Or Leave It” by Weaponry

Reading Post Hardcore heroes Weaponry have been cranking out their greatest hits during high octane live performances to fans all over the United Kingdom and leaving venues in sweaty messes as standard. After surpassing 25k Spotify streams for their debut EP “What Have We Done“, the build up to their next record is well under

NEWS: Weaponry announce new single and label!

They say that climbing a mountain has many dangers, so no matter how much you prepare, expect the unexpected, but we didn’t see this coming. Reading Post Hardcore Kings Weaponry have announced not only their signing to Prank Monkey Records (Jumpman, Muscle Vest) for the release of their upcoming sophomore EP “Forever Nothing” but also

GIVE AWAY: A signed copy of “What Have We Done” by Weaponry!

You’ve watched the video, streamed it on Spotify, read the track review and the interview so now it’s time for the give away! Celebrating the release of the first single from the forthcoming sophomore EP “Forever Nothing” from Reading based Post Hardcore Kings Weaponry recorded at The Ranch Production House with Producer Daly George (Creeper,

Exclusive Interview: Weaponry talk “My Name Is Glory”!

The first glimmer of hope for a summer scorcher of an EP titled “Forever Nothing” from Reading based Post Hardcore merchants Weaponry landed just a few days ago in “My Name Is Glory“, a ripper of a lockdown lyric inspired single with an earworm riff and huge chorus alongside a classic music video. Vocalist Al

Track Review: “My Name Is Glory” by Weaponry

“When everyone was stuck in lock-downs it meant people had a lot more time to complete tasks they had been putting off or try new hobbies they had always wanted to. I think there was a lot of pressure to use all this free time that we had. Everyone was learning how to make bread

Review: “What Have We Done” by Weaponry

Wrapping up their collection of previously released as standalone singles into one bundle for a strictly limited physical release and for those who want the higher quality digital versions, Reading Post-Hardcore outfit Weaponry have dropped “What Have We Done” as a prequel to their later half of 2022 releasing sophomore EP “Forever Nothing“. All the