Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Avenue Studios by Daniel Kerr (Create To Inspire, Shields), friends of Our Hollow Our Home, 14 legged Gloucestershire Metalcore band The Uncharted have dropped a new single entitled “Closer”. There third single since 2018 EP “Perspectives” it’s not a tribute to Nine Inch Nails.
Over the past few weeks we’ve reviewed both the recently released “Dancing With Fear” and it’s predecessor “Living Death” from Nottingham quartet Miscreant as they’ve made the leap from Nottingham to Stay Sick Recordings. In 2019 we were lucky enough to bring you a host of exclusive interviews and they will continue into 2020 with
Before signing to Stay Sick Recordings and releasing their current EP “Dancing With Fear“, you have to go back to May 2016 to find the debut EP from Nottingham residents Miscreant. The Nu-Metalcore quartet got a trio of interesting names on board for their debut, which was co-written, engineered and produced by George Christie, mixed
After a 9 year run, Exeter’s Napoleon will be calling it a day after tonights final show. Having released a second full length album in “Epiphany” via Basick Records this final tour represents the only dates for the album. The Melodic Passionate Technical Metal Groove quartet are much loved and like Carcer City who are
Northampton is without a doubt a place where Metal resides. It’s the home of Metalcore quintet Wovenlung. Having shared stages with Shields and Secrets in 2018, the band will be joining Wars and Immerse early in 2019. Having taken a break after the release of the bands debut EP “Fractured”, they returned with new vocalist
It’s Listmania season. That time around the Holidays when anyone and everyone is throwing out their Babies with their bathwater along with their top this and best of that. We’ll be honest. We aren’t fans of these epically long lists of albums or bands or whatever. Who hasn’t got some form of ADHD in 2018
Southampton Joiners is a sweat box of a venue at the best of times and tonight is no different. Portsmouth’s Sleepwalker [7/10] take the stage and get things started in tech-infused low tuned Metalcore style with frontman Sam Salkeld baiting the crowd (perhaps with that Southampton Portsmouth rivalry thing going on) before joining a circle pit.
It’s that time of year again. Metal Hammer Magazine have put out their 50 albums of the year so far for 2018, which you can read here. We’re not huge fans of massive lists, 5 or 10 for a 6 month review seems like plenty to us, but fair play there are some honourable mentions
Boneyard Promotions have announced the first wave of bands for this years incarnation of Burn It Down Festival! The annual one dayer takes place at Torquay Harbourside in Devon on 1st September with bands playing at 3 venues (The Foundry, The Attic & The Apple & Parrot) throughout the day and features some of the best
The Mike James Rock Show caught up with London Tech-Metal infused Metalcore crew Shields at this weekends Teddy Rocks Festival. Their stunning new album “Life In Exile” is out now via Long Branch Records. Check out our review! Shields will join Oceans Ate Alaska and Kingdom of Giants for a full UK tour in June.