Leeds Hardcore heroes Higher Power who took a bite out of the US and landed a deal with Roadrunner Records for their debut album “27 Miles Underwater” have announced a wealth of shows in support of the album that finally got a release show in August in the bands home town. Frontman Jimmy Wizard spoke
Going straight Punk Goes Pop style for this week’s head to head we’ve chosen to send down to the fight arena a pair of covers of “Torn” made perhaps more famous by Australian songstress Natalie Imbruglia but actually being a cover of a song by American Rockers Ednaswap, that featured on their 1997 album “Wacko
Hopeless Records mist have known what they would be in for when they snapped up Lotus Eater. The Glaswegian’s debut EP for the label entitled “Social Hazard” is a real gem of Gloom Metal. Check out our review. In the meantime, the band have consolidated their upcoming shows May 11th Dundee, Church Springfest 17th Cheltenham,
9th November (Friday!) will see Hopeless Records release a new compilation entitled “Songs That Saved My Life” that will include a version of “Crawling” by Linkin Park performed by Dream State! The Welsh post-hardcore quintet have already announced a six date European run with Neck Deep and Parting Gift just a couple of days ago
A prize pair from Architects, performing a cover of Nirvana classic “Territorial Pissings” and new song “Doomsday” live at BBC Radio 1 Rocks with Annie Mac and Daniel P Carter at the BBC’s Maida Vale studios. Sam Carter’s guest spot on Neck Deep‘s “Don’t Wait” was an added bonus!