It may still be an eternity away… Well five months… But the upcoming new album from Denmark’s finest export Siamese has already spawned four singles with a track listing to be confirmed. “Home” is the title of the follow up to 2019’s “Super Human” and is set 22nd October via Long Branch Records, an imprint
Tapping up Rory Rodriguez of Dayseeker fame, Copenhagen Denmark based R&B Metallers Siamese have gone 80’s with a video for new single “Enough Ain’t Enough” and offered up an amazing light show thanks to Tobias Scavenius and Jakob Lærke Harris who put their heads together to create it. The band maybe signed to Long Branch
Eternal optimists Siamese have announced a European tour trek with Acres in support of headliners Slaves, themselves playing material from their August 2020 album “To Better Days“, their first without controversial vocalist Jonny Craig. Will his replacement Matt McAndrew reprise Drew York’s vocals if Siamese play “Home“? The run is set for October 2021 with
If the glove don’t fit, it don’t fit. Copenhagen pop meets post-hardcore magicians Siamese have followed up their last single “Home” which features a guest appearance from Drew York of Stray From The Path with “Can’t Force The Love” via Long Branch Records. Tour plans in 2021 look set to get back into motion pretty
Formed in Copenhagen Denmark in 2011, we didn’t come across the brilliance that is Siamese until Tech-Fest in 2018. They took the stage as an unknown entity to us and as is part of the joy of a festival, by the time they left the stage, we were won over. Mashing up their own songs
Perhaps not a combination we would have put together in our wildest dreams but Copenhagen R&B Metallers Siamese have dropped a new single ahead of 2021 tour plans entitled “Home” via Long Branch Records which features a guest vocal from Drew York of Stray From The Path fame marking their first new material since 2019’s
As 2020 has been written off, Danish Metallers Siamese have announced a set of UK tour dates for February 2021 to give you a chance to hear cuts from 2019’s “Super Human” in the live arena. Long Branch Records will be happy, the album has clocked up 10 million Spotify streams in it’s first 12 months.
The organizers of second incarnation of Radar Festival have announced they have rescheduled from 31 July and 01 August 2020 to Friday 16 and Saturday 17 October 2020. This means Toska, Voyager, Palm Reader, I Built the Sky and Nick Johnston will drop off the bill. However the trade off for that are some high
Dedicating a cover of the Bob Dylan classic “All Along The Watchtower” to all of those who are finding life a bit scary right now, “Super Human” Siamese have done everyone a favour. They recorded this for Long Branch Records to release just before Denmark went on lock down and we thank them for it.
Torquay Devon’s annual Underground Metal Festival Burn It Down will be taking place on 5th September will a little help from sponsors Blackstar Amplification, Jagermeister, Red Bull and Vocalzone. They’ve announced their first wave of bands and it’s epic. Can they persuade Carcer City to come out of retirement for the next wave? Dinosaur Pile-Up