Tag: Punk Goes Pop

NEWS: Red Handed Denial on the phone!

Canadian Alternative Progressive Metallers Red Handed Denial have been known for a love of pop music so they’ve decided to knock on Fearless Records door and try out for a spot on the next edition of their long playing compilation “Punk Goes Pop“. Their track of choice? A cover of “Telephone“, a hit for Lady

Review: “Projections” EP by Litost

Formed of Multi-instrumentalist John Rackowski and vocalist Matt Smith calling themselves Litost (pronounced “lee-toast”) are a duo who recorded and released “Colony” in April with 1700 miles between them and not meeting in person until it was completed. They’ve put their heads together to create a covers EP that takes in artists from as far

Vs Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins? FIGHT! Omen.

In the aftermath of the tragic death of The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint there has been an outpouring of love for the crossover genre pioneers. They brought together fans of rave and dance music with lovers of Industrial Metal with their own unique style and that has been of influence on many a band. Today’s

NEWS: Seek The Fallen walk “Through Hell”!

Cambridgeshire Metalcore crew Seek The Fallen have released a single entitled “Through Hell” featuring guest vocals from JT Cavey of Erra via 12th Feet Recordings. The band have dropped a number of punk goes pop style covers of late including works originally by Of Mice & Men and Post Malone

Bootleg: The Amity Affliction at Wacken 2017!

Pro-Shot in High Definition from last year’s Waken Festival, here’s a full set from Queensland, Australian Metalcore/Post-Harcore crew The Amity Affliction. One of scant few highlights on this year’s Punk Goes Pop 7 release from Fearless Records, the band’s own album “This Could Be Heartbreak” is out now via Roadrunner Records.