Tag: Kingside Records

NEWS: Severed Illusions continue to aspire to survive!

Who said you have to have a million dollar budget to make a music video in 2023? From tattoos to live shows, Trowbridge Metallic Hardcore crew Severed Illusions have put together a collection of photos and video snippets to create a nostalgic video for “Take It And Tear It” from their current EP “Aspire To

NEWS: Hounds know what it is to burn?

Fresh from Coalville Metal Invasion where they shared stages with Hellfeked, Akilla and From Her Ashes to name but a few, Hounds have returned with a highly flammable new single “We Burn Our Bridges“. It’s part of a forthcoming EP that the band have in the works with label Kingside Records on hand to distribute

Bootleg: Storm The Empire in British Columbia!

While we wait for their new album “Born Of Embers“,  Canadian Progressive Metalcore meets Deathcore act Storm The Empire have shared no less than four new live cuts from shows in New Westminster, Nelson and Cranbrook. They include June released single “Perseverance” as well as the album title track to whet your appetite as the

Review: “Empty Reflections” by Befell

Rising to prominence with 2021’s EP “Solitude“, State College Pennsylvanians Befell have made their name as a 2003 era American Metalcore band with Thrash leanings who have been for a ride in a DeLorean with Doc Brown after a night of drunken debauchery and wound up in 2020. Getting their greasy paws on some downtuned

NEWS: Befell walk the tightrope!

After three singles in 2022 including the impressive “The Blood I’ve Bled“, State College Pennsylvania Metalcore merchants Befell have dropped a brand new three track EP in “Empty Reflections“. Amongst a wealth of shows it will be celebrated this summer as the band share their biggest stage to date, alongside Death Angel at The Crafthouse

Exclusive Interview: Ephemera talk “Somewhere Between Order and Chaos”!

Yorkshire Hardcore quartet Ephemera have been generating a lot of noise of late and rattling a few cages with their sophomore EP “Somewhere Between Order and Chaos”. Mixed and mastered by Beauty School guitarist Grant Beeden Clayton and landing via Kingside Records in late December, it includes big single “Sick” with the band building on

Review: “Somewhere Between Order and Chaos” by Ephemera

A band comprised of musicians with a wealth of experience in other bands who know the highs and lows of the underground scene and have felt every frustration, Ephemera consider themselves a Yorkshire based Hardcore band and have trodden the boards with everyone from Last Hounds and Hell Can Wait to Thrown Into Exile since the