Tag: Prank Monkey Records

NEWS: My Latest Failure get disappointed all over again…

Socks On Records have released volume two of their compilation album series which finds no less than 23 DIY Punk and Alternative bands who have previously or will be appearing at shortly Socks On Gigs and One Dayers. To that end our favourite Hardcore injected Punk trio My Latest Failure have given an alternative version

NEWS: Good Cop become renegades?

No longer having fun at gunpoint, anarchist Hardcore Punks Good Cop have announced a split with People Look Like Dogs titled “We’ll Burn That Bridge When We Get To It” will drop via label home Prank Monkey Records. That will feature a new cut titled “(Show Your Teeth) Bite Back” which confirms the return of

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

Review: “Having Fun At Gunpoint” by Good Cop

“I know what you’re thinking. ‘Did he fire six shots or only five’? Well to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I kind of lost track myself. But being that this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask

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

The Black Map #101: Jumpman from Watford!

In George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four, Room 101 is the basement torture chamber of the Ministry of Love in which the Party subject prisoners to their own worst nightmares, fears or phobias to break their resistance. A novel that draws on the consequences of Government over reach, totalitarianism and mass surveillance, it would actually make